5 years - 1st year Seniors
Stacey started Physie when she was a preschooler and is now in her 20th year of doing Physie, and her 7th year of teaching Physie. Stacey has a passion for teaching, and loves watching her students improve, gain confidence, and become empowered young women. Stacey has had many Physie successes, most recently placing 5th in the Open Senior section at the National Finals at the Opera House in 2016. Stacey is currently studying her Masters in Exercise and Nutrition Science at the University of Queensland, and will be teaching the 5 years through to 1st year senior age groups.
13years-1st year seniors, Seniors and Ladies
Peta has been a member of the Everton Physie Club for 25 years. Throughout this time, she has placed numerous times at State Finals and has been a member of many successful Physie teams. Peta is looking forward to working with the Seniors and Ladies this year — her eye for detail is exceptional!
Tiny Tots class
5 - 12 years
2019 will be Maggie’s 19th year as a Physie girl. She has experienced many successes, most recently placing 3rd at the Senior National Finals at the Opera House in 2016. Maggie won the National Finals in 2006 as a nine year old, and consistently makes the State and National Finals. Maggie is currently studying a Bachelor of Design majoring in Architecture, and we are thrilled that she will continue to assist with the 5-12’s classes in 2019.
Bec started Physie at age 10, and 2019 will be her 26th year of doing Physie at Everton. Over the years, Bec has been a State finalist as a Junior, Senior and Lady, and has been a member of successful teams both at State and National level. 2017 saw Bec return to full time work following the birth of her daughter Mia in January 2016. Bec is currently taking a break from her full time teaching role within the club following the birth of her 2nd daughter, Lily in December 2018.