Simmone Cser Pratzky
Pilates 44 Studio Founder/Manager
Comprehensive Studio. Reformer. Mat
Pilates Institute of Australasia and Polestar Pilates Education (RTO)
Simmone's teaching is driven from a place of creativity and artistic passion with a healthy dose of inspiration from like minded people. Seeing a need for Pilates in her home town she opened Pilates 44 Studio in 2017. The first fully equipped Pilates Studio in Bathurst NSW.
Her personal journey to Pilates began in 2011 as she searched for a modality that could aid her in managing ongoing back and neck pain caused by a serious horse riding accident. After having amazing positive changes both physically and mentally she wanted to learn more about sharing the health benefits of Pilates.
Simmone completed training and Certification as a Pilates mat instructor through the Pilates Institute of Australasia, Reformer and Comprehensive Studio Rehab training with Polestar Education and is completing the Academic Diploma in Professional Pilates studied through Polestar Education 10828NAT. With over 5000 hours teaching, Simmone is experienced and well versed in teaching Studio, Reformer and Mat Pilates.
She has an absolute passion for working 1.1 with clients that are recovering from mild to severe injuries, cancer recovery, neurological conditions, spinal conditions and chronic persistent pain management.
She continually undertakes PAA and APMA CEC recognised workshops relevant to her field as a Pilates Professional and has a strong belief that learning is a continued process for any passion.
One of her self care priorities is to attend to her own Pilates training through weekly private lessons with her mentor, Joanne Bezzina, owner of Pilates on George in Sydney , a Pilates Alliance of Australasia (PAA) accredited studio. Jo is an Internationally acclaimed Pilates teacher and studio principal, educator and examiner with Polestar Pilates and presenter on Pilates Anytime.
Simmone is highly passionate about empowering clients and teaching them how to bring movement into their lives, to find a greater physical and mental awareness of their bodies, to own their movement practice and find joy in movement.