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WESTERN Zone Physical Culture encourages all members to achieve their goals.

Western Zone began in 1972, and has clubs across the Blue Mountains, Rooty Hill, Bligh Park, Campbelltown and Bangor.

Manager Lyn Aussel said members were graded individually rather than by club, enabling them to compete with those of a similar level.

“It doesn’t matter what shape or size you are or what your range of flexibility is, everyone is treated the same and can enjoy their classes in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere,” she said.

“Physical culture is a great activity for all ages.

“The music and syllabus is age appropriate and it is very affordable, our members only need one leotard for competitions.”

Ms Aussel said the clubs were friendly and offer a great weekly social outing for everyone.

“Competing is not compulsory but is available to those who love the adrenalin rush of being able to compete against others individually or in a team.

“The competitions are held in September where everyone works hard to gain a place in the grand final.

“All of our members make lasting friendships and have lots of fun while participating in a sport that is low impact and helps to create healthy minds and bodies.”

Each club have their classes on a different night during the week and registration nights commence on Monday, February 2 on the same night that the club holds its normal classes.

All of the class days, times and locations are listed on the website.

■ Details: 0414 472 460 or www.wzpcd南京夜网.au.

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