More than just exercise, more than just dance
The Heights Physical Culture Club
Physical Culture or 'Physie', is a unique competitive sport combining dance, floor and standing exercises for girls and ladies aged from 3 years up. Based on basic ballet and modern dance, Physie is great for physical fitness, flexibility, coordination and posture, while building confidence and making new friends.
All About The Heights Physical Culture Club
The Heights Physical Culture Club is a new club opening in 2018 and is affiliated with the Edith Parsons School of Physical Culture Club. We are excited to be able to bring our love of Physi to Revesby.
We welcome you and your family to our Physi Club and along with a love of all things Physi, we hope you create many new friendships along the way.
What is Physi?
Physie is a dance with a difference and is a competitive sport. It is choreographed exercises to modern music that combines dance, ballet, yoga, Pilates, hip hop & jazz.
Physie promotes fitness, flexibility, co-ordination, good posture, core strength, club spirit, confidence and good sportsmanship.
Each year the members are taught a new syllabus of routines which are practiced and perfected each week. These routines also include hip hop/jazz dance for all ages (except the ladies section).
3:45pm to 4:45pm
4:45pm to 5:45pm
5:45pm to 6:45pm
7:00pm to 8:00pm
8:00pm to 9:00pm
Meet the Team
You’re in Great Hands
Melanie has been a long time physi girl having started at age 3. In 2014 Mel became a junior teacher with Hunters Hill Physi. Under the guidance of her mentors here and watching the kids grow both in their physi and their self confidence, she decided that together with her mother and Sally-Anne, 2018 was the year to open a club and share her passion with young girls and ladies closer to home.
Being a regular state and state grand finalist, Mel's biggest achievement came in 2013 when she won the Intermediate Senior section.
Sally-Anne has been involved in Physical Culture for 23 years, and has achieved many significant goals as a competitor and teacher.
She has been a State Grand Finalist 11 times, and to a State Grand Finalist as in Open Senior was a milestone.
For the last 4 years she has been a teacher of Physical Culture and she is proud of the growth and development of her students.
Sally looks forward to working with a passionate, enthusiastic and highly motivated team at The Heights.
Adrianne has been passionate about Physi since being introduced to the sport by her mother at the age of 3. She now shares this passion with her own daughter, Melanie.
Opening The Heights with Melanie and Sally-Anne gives Adrianne an opportunity to share this passion further afield. She says "the best thing about Physi, aside from the life-long friendships you make along the way, is that Physi is for everyone, no matter your ability."
Adrianne has had much success across her physi lifetime but the highlight for her was when she was awarded Grand Champion Lady in the Advanced Ladies section.