Health Educators


Dr Rhea Psereckis
Medical Director


Rhea is a medical practitioner currently working in Tasmania. She is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and splits her time between general practice and medical education. With a strong interest in women's and children’s health, she completed a Diploma of Children’s Health in 2011, and went on to do further training in sexual health and reproductive medicine. Rhea is passionate about functional movement and exercise and undertook a Diploma of Professional Pilates Instruction with Pilates International Training Centre in 2017. She is thrilled to be using her skills and knowledge at WHEN.


Dr Tanya Cates
Senior Health Educator

Dr Tanya Cates is a health wellness mentor and health educator like no other. Tanya finds the fun in movement and exercise with clients across Australia and internationally.

Exercise should be engaging and enjoyable, and Tanya works with this philosophy to unlock a greater sense of happiness and value in every individual she works with. Tanya’s diverse professional experience centres on inspiration and education. A seasoned University lecturer in anatomy and clinical patient evaluation for a variety of Universities including La Trobe University and Open Universities, Tanya combines her passion for anatomy, physiology and Kinesiology with exercise prescription to achieve client success. With a suite of qualifications including Massage Therapy, Exercise Physiology, Health Promotion, Diploma in Pilates Tanya is especially proud of her Doctorate: Engagement in ‘The Good Stuff’ Physical Activity Program: Outcomes and Experiences.

In addition to her early Pilates qualification, Tanya has travelled globally to study extensively under titans of the Pilates community. It was on these travels, specifically in New York City, where Tanya enjoyed the intensity of the work for fitness benefits, and the intricacy of the work for the purposes of individualised realignment and rehabilitation.