Our Association

Physical Culture or ‘Physie’ is a modern Australian, competitive sport for women of all ages (every age, every stage). It combines elements of low-impact modern dance, aerobic fitness, and rhythmic gymnastics, choreographed into a number of routines, taught as a yearly syllabus. The WZ Physical Culture syllabus consists of Marching, Deportment, Relax, Exercise Group, Floor Drill, Toe Drill, and Dance. Physie is an affordable alternative to tradition dance sport, that all women can enjoy.

Physie is a fantastic form of exercise that lasts almost the entire year! It gives you cardio fitness, increases flexibility, builds strength, and enhances balance and coordination. Coupled with the physical benefits, Physie builds confidence, promotes self-discipline and commitment, while fostering teamwork, friendship, and sportsmanship.

WZ Physical Culture is a friendly, and welcoming association, encouraging both individual and team involvement for all members. The girls and ladies pride themselves on placing equal value on both being competitive, and fostering friendships, which promotes a strong sense of sportsmanship between individuals and clubs alike.

Our President, Lyn Aussel guides our association towards an exciting and thriving future. Lyn has been with our association since the early days of WZ Physical Culture and inspires her teaching team to create positive, inviting and educational clubs. Having been a member for many years herself, Lyn always has the members wants and needs in mind when making decisions and loves to keep in contact with each and every member.

When you or your daughter joins one of our clubs, it’s like joining a family. You’ll receive endless encouragement in weekly classes, celebrate personal successes and team triumphs, experience club spirit at competition time, forge life-long friendships, and most importantly – you’ll have a lot of fun!

You’ll discover confidence and ability you never knew you had – whether it be mastering a routine for the first time in class, confidently stepping out on a competition floor, or making it to the Grand Final! Start at the age 3 or 60, Physical Culture is a sport that’s always challenging, no matter what you’re ability or drive to participate – Come for weekly fitness, the thrill of competition or purely the social benefits!