With her heart leading the way Tracey inspires you to be your full self, breathing into the present moment. Utilizing the profound intelligence of the body and breath she facilitates gentle guiding processes to bring full presence, happiness and a deep sense of wellbeing into your life. To help others awaken and cultivate the natural healing process, she weaves meditation, breathwork practices, yoga, bodywork, conscious movement and deep inquiry into her work.
Tracey received her massage training at the Body Therapy Institute (BTI) in North Carolina in 1998 and she has a B.S. from the University of Delaware. She is a former faculty member of BTI and is a graduate of the Spirit of Learning, a bodyworker teacher-training program. She received her initial training as a breathwork facilitator through Clarity Breathwork in Costa Rica and is also ongoingly training in Biodynamic Breath. She received her professional training in Mind Body Skills through the Center of Mind Body Medicine in DC in 2009. Tracey worked at Duke Integrative Medicine where she built the integrative massage program from inception.
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Brooke March January 20, 2015
I have done two retreats with Tracey, one in North Carolina and one in the mountains of Virginia. Both experiences left me simultaneously excited and relaxed. Tracey creates room to breathe - in the environment, in the mind, in the heart, and in the physical body - for each participant. There is a gentle, nurturing energy about her that creates the space to just be. Be present, be still, and be unfolded to the point of your truth. She uses humor to comfort and connect and stories of her own journey to help one release one's own. Each retreat is carefully planned, but as a facilitator, she allows for shifts and changes. She feels in to the energy that each new group creates and honors feedback and cooperation for the experience of all. Slow down and breathe back in to yourself with Tracey as your guide and friend.
Whenever you remember to do so, rest in the expanse.
There is no beginning, middle, or end. Kyeme Zang Rinpoche