Tracey fell into yoga by accident. Well, that’s what she thought but when someone offered yoga practice with a view of the ocean she could not resist. God knew what she needed to start her journey of healing and self-discovery.
It wasn’t until 2012 that she earned her 200 YTT certification because she realised that all women needed to feel as good as she did after a class.
Presently, she teaches Accessible Yoga in Bermuda after being certified by Jivana Heyman, the Founder and Director of Accessible Yoga in July 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (See more about Accessible Yoga here https://accessibleyoga.org ). Her area of expertise is guiding older and BIPOC women in yoga practice, because quite often these women in bigger bodies are ignored by the yoga community. She teaches with care and respect; practitioners feel safe and comfortable in bodies they have forgotten to love.
Alongside her daily yoga practice, Tracey has delved into soul work through her teacher and friend, Collette Corcoran. She has learned to recognise her shadow self and heal past trauma. This work is never-ending and she is grateful for having met her soul family, by chance.
"God has given you gifts that you have ‘forgotten’ about... Sit.
Listen and remember who you are."
Additionally, she is interested in how emotions are manifested in the body. She is always studying and adding diverse healing modalities to her clients’ healing process. Tracey leads clients to heal themselves, by giving them the tools to do so.
The recent experience she has had with her yoga clients has lead to incorporating eastern and western healing modalities in yoga practice. She use intuitive healing, crystals, meditation, and yoga to help clients heal. She looks forward to guiding clients to restore with love and sincerity.
She guides yoga practitioners at a private studio in Bermuda.