Fun and friendship at Physie

FUN, hard work, new friends and healthy eating were all part of a wonderful day for six members of Taree-Great Lakes Physie who attended a workshop organised by sister club Brisbane Water United (BWU) Physical Culture Club.

Evaena Radford, Rachael Smith, Hailey Sturgess, Charlotte Waters, Josie Fitzgerald and Riko Fitzgerald at a workshop day on the Central Coast.

Evaena Radford, Rachael Smith, Hailey Sturgess, Charlotte Waters, Josie Fitzgerald and Riko Fitzgerald at a workshop day on the Central Coast.

The girls from Gloucester and Stroud had to get up early to make the long trek to Ettalong Beach Public School but were soon woken up with a vigorous warm up and stretch session.

The girls then broke into age groups to work through various aspects of their syllabus, as well as preparing delicious fruit kebabs and other healthy dishes for morning tea and lunch.

The day ended when girls from Brisbane Water United, Taree-Great Lakes and several other Central Coast clubs did a brief display for the parents.  

Each participant was given a trophy and ‘passport’ which they were able to fill in with details of the sessions they participated in as well as comments from teachers and peers.  

Many of the friendships made will be revived at upcoming competitions.

Thanks to BWU Physie for inviting the girls.

Thanks also to the parents and grandparents who got the girls there.  

With the competition season fast approaching, it will be exciting to see the results of the classes as well as the physie workshop on display when the girls take to the floor.  

For more visit the website www.tareegreatlakesphysie.com

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