‘We love our danc­ing’

Dubbo Photo News - - Sport - GE­OFF MANN MEL POCK­NALL

DUBBO City Physie and Dance pro­vides op­por­tu­ni­ties for girls to have fun, get fit and make friends.

“We love our danc­ing and aim to pass on our en­thu­si­asm to the girls. Our syl­labus is new ev­ery year and al­lows girls the op­por­tu­nity to de­velop their co-or­di­na­tion, flex­i­bil­ity and rhythm as they chal­lenge them­selves to learn the rou­tines for de­mon­stra­tion and com­pe­ti­tion at the end of the year,” teacher Liz Leonard told

Liz ex­plained that com­pe­ti­tion does not mean pres­sure from the teach­ers or for the girls. It is the op­por­tu­nity for them to test them­selves and see how far they have de­vel­oped since the be­gin­ning of the year.

“Our chore­og­ra­phy is a blend of jazz, bal­let, aer­o­bics and gym­nas­tics. The range of ages who par­tic­i­pate in our form of dance goes from 4 years to 68 years. This is a sport that you can do for life!”

Liz and her fel­low teach­ers Michelle Davis and Anthea Hosk­ing are ac­cred­ited and have a com­bined teach­ing ex­pe­ri­ence of over 60 years.

“Our pas­sion is to dance and for the girls to de­velop con­fi­dence, rhythm and poise in per­sonal pre­sen­ta­tion and over­all life,” Liz bub­bled.

Classes are held at Dubbo Col­lege South Cam­pus Hall on Mon­days and Tues­day from 5pm to 8.30pm.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion you can con­tact Liz Leonard on 0401 165 874 or email dub­boc­i­ty­physie@live.com

Sandy, Kyrra, Grace, Katie, Amy

From back to front: Sandy, Amy, Grace

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