‘We love our dancing’
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandy, Kyrra, Grace, Katie, Amy
From back to front: Sandy, Amy, Grace