Physical Culture has been a life-long passion for Kerry, having started at the Dubbo Physical Culture Club at the age of seven. After spending the last two year as a BJP Associate, Kerry felt the time was right for a new adventure. She formed the Maitland Physical Culture Club with the aim of teaching the foundations of Physie to girls and women of all ages. She firmly believes that building a strong foundation with Physical Culture will allow all women to achieve their life goals.
Tracey commenced Physie from an early age in her hometown of Dubbo and continued attending classes on moving to Newcastle for University. After settling in Maitland, and a break to have children, she returned to physie with a real passion. She strives to do her best and be the best role model she can for her two daughters. Tracey loves that she can share the physie experience with her two beautiful girls; watching them grow into strong confident girls is a great joy. Tracey is excited to take on the challenge of teaching with the aim of providing each student with a welcoming place to come and enjoy all the benefits physie has to offer.
Anna was 8 years old when she and her sisters saw a Physie demonstration in Maitland Mall, and the three of them began attending lessons the following year. She competed as a junior for ten years, and then returned to the sport as a lady in 2013. While she tried different kinds of dance classes during her teen years, Anna enjoyed the challenges and fitness benefits of physie more than any other form of dance. With such a strong focus on core strength and posture, physie has helped Anna manage her scoliosis since childhood and now provides her with friendship as well as fitness. Anna has enjoyed competitive success during her time as a Physie girl, representing her club at national level in 2013 and earning places in many local competitions.