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Instructor Trainer bios

The Merrithew Faculty, or members of our esteemed team of Instructor Trainers, is made up of highly qualified and internationally sought-after educators who are known for their dedication, professionalism and attention to detail. All of our faculty members hold full certification in the STOTT PILATES® method and have achieved additional designations to complement their training. A diverse group, they come from various backgrounds including physical therapy, exercise science, athletic therapy, dance and group and personal fitness training to name a few. Every member of the team strives to uphold the highest standards of training that have been developed worldwide.

Rebecca Andrews

Rebecca (Bec) Andrews

Bodyworks Subiaco
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

IT qualifications
STOTT PILATES® Matwork & Reformer; Total Barre®

Additional credentials and designations
Anatomy Trains 1&2, Anatomy Trains Slings Essential, Slings in Motion, TRX, Full Teaching Diploma C.S.T.D (Dancing)

Bio

Bec has over 30 years of experience in the dancing industry, specializing in theatrical dance and acrobatics. After a career change and five children later, Bec completed the STOTT PILATES® Full Certification. She has been teaching the STOTT PILATES method for five years now, along with Total Barre®, ZEN•GA®, and CORE.

Bec has always been passionate about teaching others, so becoming a Merrithew Instructor Trainer was a natural next step. She is impressed by the STOTT PILATES method as it develops strength, flexibility, and mobility, all while allowing people to have fun. She is fascinated by fascial movement and will continue to broaden her knowledge in this field.

 

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