EDITH PARSONS SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL CULTURE
Physical Culture or 'Physie', is a unique competitive sport combining dance, floor and standing exercises for girls and ladies aged from 3 years. Based on basic ballet and modern dance, Physie is great for physical fitness, flexibility, coordination and posture, while building confidence and making new friends.
Generations of Australian women from different backgrounds and of all abilities, love being a 'Physie girl'. Through childhood, study, having children and grandchildren, through their busy jobs and busy lives, girls and ladies of all ages value and return to the fitness, friendships and fun that Physie brings.
There is a saying among our Physie family "once a Physie girl, always a Physie girl". Join us and find out why.
Our founder, Miss Edith Parsons, began her Physie career as a pupil at age 16 and in the following years she competed in numerous Champion Girl competitions as well as becoming renowned as an excellent teacher.
In 1961 Miss Parsons (or 'Teach' as she is affectionately known) branched out on her own to establish the Edith Parsons School Of Physical Culture with nine clubs.