I don’t think there is a limit to the accomplishments of our newest massage therapist, Tracy. Her resume is testament to her thirst for knowledge and she puts into practice every thing she has learned. Her goal for her clients is a state of total wellness, including diet and nutrition. She shows how massage, as well as food-based healing can play a major part in a client’s overall health.
Most importantly, Tracy is kind. She makes you feel comfortable immediately. You know that when you are with her, her entire focus is on you and that’s rare these days.
If you haven’t yet met Tracy, get to know a little bit about her by reading below.
Q. Where is your favorite vacation destination?
A.Gulf Coast Beaches
Q: If your life was made into a movie, who would play you?
A. Renee Zellweger
Q. What is your favorite animal?
Q. Why did you decide to work at Practically Perfect?
A. It is a great place to call home where my coworkers are sweet and talented. The atmosphere is fabulous and it is wonderful to be a part of Historic Downtown Canton and to become an active part of the community. It is nice to be able to have more freedom to be able to expand the breadth of the services I can offer to the public that embraces more of the various skills I have gained as a Massage Therapist.
Q. What’s the best part of your job?
A. The best part of my job is that I am able to help members of the community to live healthier, happier lives by providing them with the healing power of touch via massage. This is ultimately a great service to families as well as the community due to the domino effect of healthier, happier individuals. I am able to integrate my knowledge and background as a certified Health Teacher and bring Nutritional Healing to the forefront of the lives of my clients as well. There is no need for the people of our community to suffer needlessly when I can offer them solutions of various means through the healing power of touch through multiple modalities of massage, including Lymphatic Drainage and Reflexology, as well as offering basic nutritional information that can truly transform one’s health and life. Being a Massage Therapist also offers the flexibility necessary for me to be able to work as well as raise my children rather than have to choose between working OR being home to raise my children.
Q. What do you like to do for fun?
A. For fun, I love to play with and spend time with my children and my husband and family.
Q. What’s your favorite food?
A. My favorite food is Italian food like Eggplant Parmesan and lasagna.
Q. Name a new skill that you would like to learn.
A. I would love to learn the skills necessary for being successful in the stock market and investing.
Q. What are your everyday essentials?
A. My everyday essentials include my Renew lotion, my therapeutic essential oils, nontoxic lipstick, mascara, & soap, lots of water, coconut oil, and my new found mind & body upgrading magic drink!
Tracy first graduated from the University of Georgia with her BS Ed. in Health Education, and she formerly taught High School Health Education. In 2006, she graduated from Career Education Institute with her degree in Massage Therapy. She is trained in various modalities of Massage Therapy, including Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Specialized Massage techniques including Athletic/Sports Massage, Prenatal Massage, Reflexology, Trigger-Point Therapy, Neuro-Muscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Head & Neck Lymphatic Drainage, Lypossage, TMJ Massage Treatment, Chair Massage, Aromatherapy, and Spa Services. She also has training and experience in Food-Based Healing. One might describe Tracy as a Total Wellness Advocate, as she understands how so many parts must come together to allow the person to experience wholeness and Total Wellness. One of her main goals in life is to help others improve and enhance their lives and help them reach their goals.