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About Us

What is Physie?

Physical Culture is for girls and women from 3 to 70 years of age. Our syllabus contains a combination of ballet movements, aerobics, rhythmic floor routines and jazz dances. All choreography is designed to develop strength, posture and grace.

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Why join Central Coast United?

Central Coast United Physical Culture is about fun, fitness and friendship! Central Coast United was formed in 1986 by its original teachers Carol Yule and Carol Bland. The club has members from 4 years right through to Ladies, with beginners always welcome.

Australian Physie & Dance Association (APDA) is a new association formed in 2011 – however Physical Culture has been taught in Australia for 120 years. Central Coast United Physical Culture Club (as we compete) was, in 2011, 25 years old and was part of the BJP association for many years. We have made the move to APDA in 2012 as we believe it is a better syllabus for children to learn and compete in, along with being a better sporting body to compete in. “Physie” teaches flexibility and posture with exercises that resemble hip hop, ballet, pilates, gymnastics and jazz. There are classes for students from 3 -70 years of age and is a great way to make lifelong friends and perform at both a local and national level, individually and in teams.

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The Physie Year

An overview of events, classes and terminology

For those who are new to Physie or are simply unsure of the meaning of all the events and competitions that occur throughout the year – the following article has been compiled to offer a brief explanation of our year here at Central Coast United Physical Culture Club. Specific event details become available closer to the date and will be posted on this website.

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