Author Archives: Tracey Lee Curtis

About Tracey Lee Curtis

As a lifelong student of yoga, movement and natural healing, I continually learn and grow as an individual. I began teaching yoga twelve years ago, when I experienced it as a powerful healing tool and knew I wanted to share what I was learning. In 2015, I started graduate school and began studying to become a Chiropractor. My teaching style has evolved to include a range of therapeutic practices, and is based on breath, flow, and awareness in movement. I use therapeutic movement and mind-body wellness techniques to help students connect with their own healing rhythm and energy. My work is based in the science of the body and of movement, the psychology of how the body and mind work together to form the whole, and the art of Chiropractic. I work with small groups and individuals as a therapeutic movement specialist and as a Chiropractic Assistant. My work is constantly growing and improving as I learn from my studies and my students, as well as my own regular practice.

3 STEPS TO STOP PAIN NOW

Pain is a part of life, but it doesn’t have to control it. There are simple steps we can take to reduce pain and the stress that causes it. Healthy Movement© offers the path forward. Join our community to get … Continue reading

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Stop Pain Now

Chronic pain saps your energy and can reduce life to the smallest common denominator. It can also be a complex problem with no easy solution. Often though pain is the result of how we use our bodies as a result … Continue reading

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Chiropractic Health Care isn’t Complementary to Anything!

Excuse me while I rant for a few minutes! As a Chiropractic student studying the bodies natural healing power and how to best access and support it, I have often been frustrated by the medical point of view towards my … Continue reading

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How to Sit Better

In terms of the spine, it is said that the head follows the body. However, sitting at a desk or anywhere in a chair for any extended period of time can seem to cause the body to follow its base … Continue reading

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It was the Greek physician Hippocrates who said man cannot achieve health by eating well alone, but must also “take exercise.” His idea of exercise and our may differ slightly, but he was talking about moving the body with health … Continue reading

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Summer Inspiration

  When you are in the doldrums (A period of stagnation or depression) its good to draw on inspiration from people who have survived and thrived in the face of similar of even worse adversity. Eleanor Roosevelt is my “go … Continue reading

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Friday Post: Head Weight, or “Dead” Weight?

The head is the bodies most northerly point. As such, it is a most important site of interest and body awareness. Wherever it goes the body follows. As obvious as it seems, and funny to say, this is the truth … Continue reading

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