Physie is a unique Australian dance style that incorporates movements from
Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Marching, Yoga and even Pilates. It is a perfect
blend of Movement and Fitness.
The benefits of Physie are endless and have such a positive impact on our kids.
Gain in Self Confidence
When kids participate in any form of movement it increases their level of physical
fitness, they may feel emotionally and mentally more positive. When you
exercise, you release chemicals called endorphins that trigger positive feelings.
Physie also encourages kids to release their inhibitions, build confidence and
develop a positive self-image.
Improved Learning & Boost Memory
Physie requires a certain level of focus and practice. It takes dedication and
training. Children learn to focus their movements, control their emotional energy,
and practice to achieve higher goals. The discipline and skills they develop in a
physie class can also extend to their learning in the classroom.
Physie is a highly social activity. In class, children learn how to work as part of a
team, develop a greater sense of trust and cooperation, and have the extra
benefit of making new friends. These weekly interactions are also helping them
gain lifelong friendships along the way. Physie friends become our forever
Strengthens The Body
Physie is a great way to exercise. Children have an abundance of energy and
need to move their bodies! While unstructured, active free play is essential the
structure of a Physie class is another great way of being active and encouraging
movement in an increasingly sedentary world. Physie benefits children of all
ages by developing problem-solving skills, discipline, mental flexibility, physical
dexterity, coordination, balance, flexibility, core strength, skills in teamwork,
collaboration, and self-confidence.
There are so many benefits of attending a Physie Club, benefits that extend
beyond the class but most important is to remember that Physie is so much fun
and can become a lifelong hobby and passion!
Physie benefits your child’s body, their mind, and their spirit.