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[Tracey]

16
Aug 2017

Tracey

Tracey Ecclestone has been involved in our industry for over a decade, she is the Vice President of IPDFA, Producer of the IPDFA PolePro Instructor Courses that are Internationally recognised, endorsed and accredited by the most sought after federations and sporting committees across the globe. Tracey was sponsored her Master Level Training from the IPDFA in 2012. Since then she has managed an ever growing team of Master Trainers Worldwide, as the global demand for studio owners to hire qualified instructors increases.

Tracey owned the largest Aerial Fitness Studio in Western Australia for 10 years, In this time she successfully directed 7 of the South West Australian Pole Competitions. Trained 5 International Title Holders, 15, 1st place winners, and 2 State champions. Her studio consisted of a team of 12 qualified instructors offering an array of aerial disciplines from aerial yoga, to lyra, silks and her true love, vertical pole!

Tracey has a wealth of knowledge to bring the the table, she has been trained by Top Pole Professionals over the years, she has taught and qualified thousands of instructors. Tracey has studied everything from Sports nutrition to Functional Science, She developed a unique training program called FUN-ctional Therapy, designed to improve the developmental challenges for kids living within the autism spectrum.

Together with Rocktape she has developed a custom designed Pole Injury Strapping Course, based on common pole injuries,. Distinctions in Paediatric and Sports Nutrition, she has produced 6 aerial handbooks teaching both pole and lyra.

A true leader and Lover of life Tracey is always at hand about the exciting prospects of pole and the future prospects of where this exciting sport is headed.

Tracey has been judging for more than a decade, earning herself a reputation for being one of the more technical Judges. She has travelled the globe judging both National and International Competitions, and has been on the IPC Judges Panel since 2013. Tracey was Head Judge of the 2018 Brisbane IPC.

Tracey will be Directing the IPC in 2020.

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