Tracey began her journey almost 20 years ago when she started practicing yoga as a means to help physically facilitate her career as a modern dancer. Over time she began to see yoga as an art form in itself. Tracey has been a choreographer, performer, and teacher of modern dance for the last 15 years. She has worked as an adjunct professor of dance at Franklin & Marshall College, Elizabethtown College, and Dickinson University, while also teaching a variety of movement classes at local schools, studios and community centers. In the last few years Tracey felt more drawn to yoga both spiritually and physically. In order to deepen her understanding of the practice she completed a 250 hour Teacher Training with Briala Silva in 2012. In January of 2013 she was blessed to have the opportunity to travel to India with Briala and Hareesh Wallis on a sacred temple tour, which furthered her commitment to yoga as a way of life and not just a practice that happens on the mat.
As a yoga teacher, Tracey hopes to impart her love of the body’s capacity for movement and her passion for investigating the body-mind connection with her students. The very first movement we made as we entered this world was a breath and simply stepping on our mat and tuning into that ever present rhythm in our body can serve as a gateway to amazing transformation. Tracey has found that her practice has had a profound and positive effect on every aspect of her life and she considers it an honor to be able to share.