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Ashleigh started Physie at the age of six and loves the fact that she is doing Physie into her 30’s. 

 

Ashleigh became a BJP Physie teacher and judge several years ago, seeing this as a natural extension to her Physie career, while being able to share her love of physie with others.  

 

Ashleigh values the fact that in Physie you can learn and develop a strong sense of discipline and practise to accentuate your strengths as well as improve your weaknesses, working both individually and as part of a team. 

 

Ashleigh has experienced great success in her Physie career and has been awarded the highly coveted and contested title of "Grand Champion" at the Senior National Final at the Opera House in 2019, 2022 and 2023. Ashleigh has also won her section at the National finals in 2012 and 2016 and the State final in 2020, as well as being in many national winning teams. 

 

Outside of Physie, Ashleigh is a lawyer in a prominent Wollongong firm. Ashleigh's career success has led to several awards including the 2019 Illawarra Business Chamber Award for "Outstanding Young Employee of the Year”.

Ashleigh started Physie at the age of six and loves the fact that she is doing Physie into her 30’s. 

 

Ashleigh became a BJP Physie teacher and judge several years ago, seeing this as a natural extension to her Physie career, while being able to share her love of physie with others.  

 

Ashleigh values the fact that in Physie you can learn and develop a strong sense of discipline and practise to accentuate your strengths as well as improve your weaknesses, working both individually and as part of a team. 

 

Ashleigh has experienced great success in her Physie career and has been awarded the highly coveted and contested title of "Grand Champion" at the Senior National Final at the Opera House in 2019, 2022 and 2023. Ashleigh has also won her section at the National finals in 2012 and 2016 and the State final in 2020, as well as being in many national winning teams. 

 

Outside of Physie, Ashleigh is a lawyer in a prominent Wollongong firm. Ashleigh's career success has led to several awards including the 2019 Illawarra Business Chamber Award for "Outstanding Young Employee of the Year”.

Ashleigh started Physie at the age of six and loves the fact that she is doing Physie into her 30’s. 

 

Ashleigh became a BJP Physie teacher and judge several years ago, seeing this as a natural extension to her Physie career, while being able to share her love of physie with others.  

 

Ashleigh values the fact that in Physie you can learn and develop a strong sense of discipline and practise to accentuate your strengths as well as improve your weaknesses, working both individually and as part of a team. 

 

Ashleigh has experienced great success in her Physie career and has been awarded the highly coveted and contested title of "Grand Champion" at the Senior National Final at the Opera House in 2019, 2022 and 2023. Ashleigh has also won her section at the National finals in 2012 and 2016 and the State final in 2020, as well as being in many national winning teams. 

 

Outside of Physie, Ashleigh is a lawyer in a prominent Wollongong firm. Ashleigh's career success has led to several awards including the 2019 Illawarra Business Chamber Award for "Outstanding Young Employee of the Year”.

Julie Scott

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Head Teacher

Ladies

Julie has done Physie since the age of 3 years old and it has been a part of her family for 3 generations, including down to her daughter Tarah, co-owner of Wollongong City Physie. 

Julies personal achievements in Physie include numerous zone titles, reaching the National Finals and attaining a National 5th place in the Ladies at the Opera House. 

Julie has been teaching for 23 years and in that time, has at varying times taught the 10-11 years, 13-1st Years and most recently the Ladies, many of whom under her guidance have enjoyed National success as finalists, placegetters, and winners both individually and in teams.

Julie’s strong passion for the sport shines through in not only the teaching of Physie skills but also in creating a positive and encouraging environment for the ladies she teaches.

She is most proud that her students and class-mates band together both in class and at competitions and she has established a Ladies class who proudly share great friendships and camaraderie.

Contact

Phone: 0403 201 353

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