We are a proud foundation club of the Australian Physie & Dance Association (APDA) offering the most progressive and fun physie and dance syllabus to girls from 3 years of age and women of all ages and experience in Canberra.

Come and experience physie and dance where you will learn ballet, jazz, contemporary, lyrical and pilates based routines to modern music in our purpose built physie studio in Mitchell, Canberra.

We love what we do and would love to share our passion for this exciting dance sport with you and your family!

2017 Enrolments

Enrolments for 2017 are now being taken. At this point, we have space in our 3 - 4 years, 13 - 16 years and Beginner Ladies classes. All other classes have waiting lists in operation. To check availability or to go on our waiting list, please email us with your daughter's name and date of birth and we can advise if we have places available.

Places are offered to those who are on our waiting lists so the best idea is to email us to get on the waiting list. We will then contact you as soon as a place becomes available.

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2016 Junior & Ladies National Finals

We had 10 amazing Gungahlin girls represent us at the Concourse at Chatswood at the APDA 2016 Junior National Finals in mid November. Ruby Cay in the 6 years performed exceptionally well and was selected as one of the Grand Finalists (top 12 in Australia). In the final her outstanding dedication and polish was on show and she received 5th place in the 6 years section, our second ever national placegetter! Congratulations to all the girls who proudly represented us on the big stage - Ruby, Melody & Savannah in the 6 years, Kyla in the 7 years, Mikayla and Alicia in the 8 years, Charli and Elsa in the 9 years and Bella in the 11 years.

At the Ladies National Finals in October, also at the prestigious Concourse at Chatswood, we had a large group of ladies represent our club. All three beginner ladies were selected for the Beginner Ladies Semi Finals and Lisa Kearney, our 13 - 15 years and Ladies Teacher, was selected in the Open Ladies 30 - 35 years National Grand Final for the fourth year in a row. Lisa was then announced as being in the top four and eligible to compete for the title of Ladies Grand Champion at the Sydney Opera House. A Gungahlin support crew of over 20 teachers, Mums and physie girls proudly went to Sydney to cheer Lisa on at the APDA night of nights. The cheer when she was announced for 4th place was outstanding and her humble nature and dedication have provided her with a legion of fans in the club. So we ended the year with 11 national finalists and 2 national places - a wonderful achievement for our club in it's 5th year of operation.



Our Club

Gungahlin Physie & Dance was launched in 2012 and we are a proud foundation club of the Australian Physie and Dance Association (APDA), Australia's most progressive physie and dance movement. 2017 is our club's sixth year of operation and we continue to grow our membership and the quality of our dancers each year. We are passionate about physie and our club and we enjoy seeing our members passion and love for physie grow each year.

Our club prides itself on providing a fun, safe and engaging environment to learn physie and dance. We encourage participation and giving it a go at every chance and have high expectations of excellent sportsmanship from all members and their families. Physie is a sport you can do for life. We hope that by joining Gungahlin Physie and Dance, our members take their first step in a lifetime association with physie.

Our Teaching Team

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Megan Moss


2017 will be Megan's 30th year of physie and she teaches the junior classes for girls 3 - 12 years. Megan enjoys teaching children of all ages and strives to develop the technical ability of all students.

Emma Jackson


Emma has been around Physie for many years. Emma started physie at the tender age of 4 in Sydney after family friends invited her along. Her addiction to physie was inevitable and over the years, she has competed in 3 types of physie in both Sydney and Canberra.

Lauren Drew


Lauren’s physie career was set well before she took her first steps, with her mum competing in teams whilst pregnant and then growing up copying her older sister's work at the back of the class in Newcastle.

Lisa Kearney


Lisa started physie as a 4 year old in Brisbane, and apart from a year off to join a school rhythmic gymnastics team, has been participating as a student and occasional teacher ever since.