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cvi   Physie (also known as Physical Culture) is the perfect combination of dance movements designed to increase strength, fitness and flexibility. It is a team and individual sport that fuses dance styles such as jazz, ballet, hip hop, contemporary, aerobic dance and even yoga to fun upbeat pop music. Our innovative choreography changes annually and is designed for maximum variety and fun. Physie isn’t just about dancing or competitions. Physie is about empowering girls with the skills to become fit and healthy. 2015 was one of Grafton Physical Cultures most successful years. We won four out of the five team sections in the junior and senior girls. We also achieved places in all three Ladies sections at the Far North Coast Zone Championships.  Individually it was also one of our most successful years with four members reaching the national finals: Shanae Crispin, Bree Hunter, Ellee Hunter and Alyssa Hayes. We also had four members reach the national semi finals: Josie Bindon, Maeve Dougherty, Mikayla O’Mahony and Candice Ingram. We had one of the biggest years of registrations with over 120 members registering. So if you are a girl aged from 3years to ladies and wish to join one of our classes come to our registration day on Thursday February 4 at the Grafton Primary School Hall in Bacon St, Grafton from 4pm to 6pm. Classes are held every Tuesday commencing Tuesday February 9, 2016. If you are unable to attend our Registration day call Justine on 0431 470 552 or email