At North Ryde Physie, our teachers are dedicated to empowering girls and women by encouraging them to perform to the best of their ability, regardless of the outcome, using good physie technique and thereby promoting a sense of achievement and confidence.
Margaret started physie at the age of 5 and joined our club over 40 years ago. Her personal physie career highlights include being part of winning championship grade teams, national placegetter in champion lady and part of the BJP performance at the Sydney Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. Margaret has been teaching our ladies for over 10 years now by encouraging self-esteem, personal achievement, teamwork and performing to the best of their ability in order to promote confidence and pass on a love of physie.
After coming from a classical ballet, acrobatic and show background, Julie started physie in 1982. She joined North Ryde Physie in 1990 and has been a member of our club for over 30 years. Her personal physie highlights include performing in the Sydney Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, the 125 Yr BJP Spectacular and many Royal Easter Show performances. Julie has also achieved the honour of National Age Champion in 2001 and 2011. Julie has been teaching our Juniors since 2010 with her goal being to give every young girl confidence and to develop in each child the joy of dance.
Teneile has been a member of North Ryde physie all her life, beginning classes at age 2. Throughout those 39 years, she has been a part of many winning teams and individual successes including being a National finalist in 2002. She has also performed at the 125 Yr BJP Spectacular and Royal Easter Show. Teneile has assisted the club over the years with classes and teams, and took on a teaching role with our senior classes in 2018. Teneile’s teaching goal is to ensure that every girl feels empowered and confident, whilst achieving their personal goals and to ensure that they are enjoying what they are doing. Teneile also enjoys sharing her love for Physie with her daughter.