Welcome to The Burns Association of Physical Culture Website.
The Burns Association commenced Physical Culture classes in the Macarthur region in 1968. We have been offering Physical Culture classes to girls and ladies for over 45 years and have always stayed true to the original ethos of the sport whilst staying “with the times” by way of modernising music to include both the classics and the latest music for the syllabus.
Physical Culture is a series of gentle exercises performed to music. Physie is an ideal sport for girls and ladies from 3 years right through to mature ladies. We promote good posture, strength and flexibility with coordination to music. A Burns Physie girl can usually be spotted due to her good posture and confidence. The most important aspect of the sport is ‘Physie is fun!’ Lifelong friendships can be formed at Physie, it is a great social outlet whilst being active.
Annual competitions are held for teams and individuals. Team competitions are held in September and Champion Girl/Lady competitions are held in October and November. Our Grand Final is held mid to late November each year. Please refer to our ‘Upcoming Dates’ page for dates and venues for each competition.
All clubs hold their own club competition and presentation towards the end of each Physie year.
2015 CLASSES RESUME THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY 9th FEBRUARY:
Please check the class times on the relevant club page on this website.
Physie is a fun way to get fit and meet friends. We would love to see new members at our clubs, so come along to a class and see if you like it. We would like to encourage past members that may have done Physie as a child to come back and join the fun too.
Should you require any information about The Burns Association, please contact our Secretary/Treasurer, Mrs. Janene Briggs on the ‘Contact Us’ page. If you require information about a specific club, visit the club links to find your club and contact details.
The Burns Association can also be found on Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheBurnsAssociationOfPhysicalCulture