The excitement is building, the tension is almost overwhelming and now the wait is over for Gold Coast Physie And Dance.
APDA has now had its launch and revealed the detail!
The Wait Is Over For Gold Coast Physie And Dance
Congratulations to the team at Australian Physie & Dance on the launch of Australia’s newest physie organisation. Everything is now in place to take Australian Physie to the next level of excellence and innovation.
Club registrations (online or over the phone) have begun, the syllabus and music have been completed for our first exciting year. The culmination will be the National Finals at the Sydney Opera House and the Concourse.
There has been a lot of thought and planning put into this venture with the opportunity to bring some really remarkable people together from both inside and out of the Australian physie community. The result is a truly professional organisation than can be relied upon to support the sport for years to come.
Registrations are already strong with many clubs signed for the 2012 competition year and a wonderful response from those just hearing about us now. We know that all who decide to participate will be delighted by the new approach and opportunities available.
It’s now time to get cracking. If you want to join the crew, the wait is over for Gold Coast Physie And Dance. Give us a call OR send us a message via the website and we’ll call you.
It’s no surprise to us about the amazing demand from Gold Coast physie clubs to join the most progressive dance movement in Australia. Let’s face it, this innovative physie and dance movement fills a long-term gap in the dance industry.
This short article from Australian Physie and Dance Association (APDA) briefly describes the enthusiasm by Queenslanders surrounding this innovative venture.
Amazing Demand From Gold Coast Physie Clubs!
Enthusiasm for APDA Very Strong in Queensland - 10 January 2012…
Last evening, almost 50 Physie enthusiasts, mainly Club representatives and Teachers, attended an Information Meeting in Brisbane.
John Coughlan, Executive Chair, and Tracey Henwood, Advisory Committee Member, addressed the group and engaged in a very positive Question/Answer segment.
A number of Queensland Clubs have committed to join APDA and the APDA team are buoyed by the excitement and interest shown by all attendees.
[Source] is APDA website.
If you would like to experience the amazing demand from gold coast physie clubs and would like to find out more about the most progressive dance movement in Australia, contact APDA.
Gold Coast Physie and Dance is a new innovation created to bridge the gap between physical culture and traditional dance.