our club. 

Redcliffe City Physie (RCP), established in 2016, invites girls and women to build strength through dance at weekly classes held on the Peninsula.  

 

At RCP, we are passionate about performance and longevity in sports as we strive to empower girls and women by creating a sense of belonging. We are committed to building resilience, creating memories, and maintaining a supportive and fun learning atmosphere

teaching team

Redcliffe City Physie is proud to boast three dedicated and passionate teachers who bring quality teaching skills to each class. 

 

We aim to assist students in reaching their personal goals, along with creating a happy and safe dance environment. Physie has brought life-long friendship and confidence to our teachers and through this unique sport, they have learned positivity, strength and passion.

Our teachers have each reached the highest level of accreditation through BJP Physie and are state and national level competitors and judges. 

Courtney Dickson

Miss Courtney has been involved in physie for over 18 years and has developed a love for all aspects of the sport - confidence, competing and teaching. Being able to teach young girls and ladies is Courtney’s favourite thing about physie, as it gives her the opportunity to share her knowledge and passion.

 

Miss Courtney can’t wait to watch her students work hard and achieve their physie goals in 2023 - no matter how great or small.

Fun fact: Outside of physie, Miss Courtney is an accountant!

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Jade Steel 

Miss Jade has been involved in physie for over 21 years, creating a strong connection to this irreplaceable dance sport. She is extremely passionate about physie and loves to pass on her knowledge to new and existing members.

Jade encourages girls to dream big and work hard towards their goals no matter how little they are. 

Fun fact: Outside of physie, Miss Jade is an early childhood teacher!

Briarne Mostyn

Miss Briarne’s love for physie blossomed at the age of nine when a friend introduced her to this wonderful dance sport. Physie built Briarne’s confidence from a young age and she loves seeing this same confidence grow within her students too.

 

Briarne has over 16 years of physie experience and loves to pass on her knowledge of this unique sport to her RCP students and help guide them to be determined and confident! 

Fun fact: Outside of physie, Miss Briarne is a nurse!

2022 student results.

nationals 

  • Ruby T - national competitor

  • Briarne M - national competitor

junior teams

  • 7-8yrs - 4th Place

masters day

  • Masey C - national competitor

  • Rose  D - national competitor

  • Lynette E - national competitor

  • Ruth S - national competitor

zone championships

  • Briarne M - 2nd place

  • Shannon S - 3rd place

  • Ruby T - 4th place

  • Holly C - finalist

  • Frankie M - finalist

  • Adora M - finalist

  • Scarlett K - finalist

  • Deoné S - finalist

club day 

  • Adora M - Junior Club Champion

  • Lynette E - Senior Club Champion

  • Charli W - Junior Marching Champion

  • Scarlett K - Senior Marching Champion

presentation day

  • Indiana W - Hardest Worker Award

  • Masey C - Sportsmanship Award

  • Kizmae R - Quiet Achiever Award

  • Ruby M - Future Talent Award

  • Holly C - Most Improved Award

  • Miah S & Lauren C - 2022 Scholarships

  • Harper D & Lucy L - Encouragement Awards 

  • Jason - Parent's Marching Champion

Age Champions:

  • 4-6yrs: Holly C

  • 7-8yrs: Adora M

  • 9-10yrs: Ruby T

  • 11-12yrs: Indiana W

  • Beg/Nov/Int Ladies: Deoné S

  • Open Ladies: Lynette E

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