Amy Whelan - Associate Teacher

Amy started dancing at the age of 2&1/2 and has a strong background in Classical Ballet, completing RAD examinations to Advanced Foundation level. She is also trained in Tap, Jazz, Contemporary and Lyrical styles.

At the age of 8, Amy started Physie and has loved it from her first lesson. Amy has competed at National level and has trained as a Junior Physie Teacher for 2 years.  She is excited to step up to her role as Associate Physie Teacher with Jervis Bay Physie this year.

Amy is an auditioned dance student at Wollongong High School of the Performing Arts and is currently studying for her HSC. Through her school dance studies, Amy has gained a  solid education in dance technique, composition and performance.

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Amie Mostyn - Associate Teacher

Amie started Physie when she was 3yrs old on the Far South Coast of NSW. Physie was a major part of her life growing up, she has very fond memories of enjoying dancing with her friends and sisters. She presented her club as a junior at both zone and national level for over 10yrs.

After a long break, Amie returned to Physie in 2015. She has gone on to represent her club at zone and national level, coming 2nd at nationals two years in a row.

Amie is so excited to share her love of Physie with you all.

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Jaclyn Warner - Associate Teacher

Jaclyn started physical culture at the age of 5 and has enjoyed Physie for over 30 years, successfully competing to national level as a junior and senior at the Sydney Opera House and also competing at national level as an Open Lady. 


Since opening Jervis Bay Physical Culture Club in 2018 along with Amie and teaching for the past 5 years, her passion for physie and sharing knowledge of our wonderful sport continues to grow.  Our club has expanded over the past 3 years and we look forward to welcoming more girls and ladies from our community in the new year.