Tracey is a yoga therapist in training, an entrepreneur and yoga studio owner, who holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Calgary, Alberta. Tracey values her yogic lifestyle and is a certified Vini Yoga Teacher with continued education and certifications in Trapeze Yoga, Yin Yoga, Trauma and Informed Care, Healing Strategies, and Children’s Yoga.
Tracey continues to develop her arsenal of wellness tools and opportunities to integrate, re-integrate, and build herself, her family, and her community through providing wellness initiatives through Yoga and the applications of the 8 limbs of yoga and its many services.
The implications of trauma informed care in today's Coronavirus-pandemic-society has implications on mental health and well being that Tracey recognized and has made the transitions necessary to provide the appropriate scope of practice and care needed to support the society at large.
Tracey's niche is truly a reflection of her own experience. Addiction and lifestyle choices that were outcomes from the constant struggle to manage historical traumatic experiences that were manifested and that had remained alive and well, still living in her tissues, and the fallout of ptsd and the brain/body pain relationships.
Today, Tracey serves those who have challenges with their self-concept, their self-value, and the consequences of a lack of self-efficacy because of such beliefs about the self. Especially those who are considering or have had bariatric surgery and those who are living in the transformation to ensure they are on track and maintaining their goals and avoiding pitfalls such as alcohol use disorders and the psychological manipulation of tools for ease but can lead to disease. Tracey shares the challenges and the best practices to resolve many concerns and potentially lifesaving steps to ensure the detriments are avoided and mitigated on your journey.
Tracey shares her experience through an international and culturally sensitive awareness lens, with an approach to the wisdoms of the sages with curiosity and respect for their ecology during their development and how the theory can be applied to one such as Tracey who is of Canadian Metis (mother’s lineage) and Prussian (German father’s lineage) ancestry.
Her father and mother were both professionals who lived abroad and afforded Tracey the opportunity to be formally educated in South East Asia and experientially educated through living abroad and traveling extensively. And as such, you can expect a culturally diverse and culturally relevant experience, should you request one!
Tracey is thrilled to be able to offer her home/ashram and space for others to heal and grow in all ways. Through nutrition for the body and mind and a place and persons created environment that supports your ecology of wellness in all ways. Online, In Ashram, or Other options are available such as workshop(s) and retreats.