“I would definitely recommend Tracy Gray Yoga. Tracy’s classes are suitable for all levels from beginner to advanced. I have been attending Tracy’s classes for almost 6 years and I wouldn’t go anywhere else!” ~ Ricky Tunny
My yoga journey started in 2003 after the birth of my third son. Until then I’d enjoyed popular types of exercise including dancing, running, swimming and weights. Although my daytime job was as a computer analyst/programmer, I loved exercising so I trained as a fitness instructor and taught aerobics at the local YMCA gym.
After 10 years of mostly high impact exercise, my joints began to suffer and my flexibility had decreased significantly so I decided to try yoga as I’d heard it was good for flexibility.
I soon realised the benefits were
Simon’s balanced and body friendly yoga is one of the biggest influences of my teaching style. I continually find inspiration learning from Simon and continue to study with him.
I have since studied with his teacher, Master Zhen Hua Yang and completed my Calligraphy Yoga level 1 training (200 hours) in 2016.
2017 also saw me qualify as a Pilates Reformer teacher. Reformer machines are an excellent tool to facilitate rehabilitation from muscular skeletal issues and improve core strength. Both the Zenthai Shiatsu and Pilates Reformer training bring an additional dimension to my therapy sessions and yoga teaching.
I have had the pleasure to teach hundreds of people at the Woodford Folk Festival (2013 and 2016) and Yoga Fest (since 2013), as a teacher trainer for Santosha Yoga Teacher Training and through my workshops and retreats in Bali and Queensland.
In 2020 I completed my Certificate in Clinical Ayurveda with Rama Prasad and furthered my anatomy study on the psoas with Liz Koch.
My study and learning continue to evolve so that I too can share my knowledge and support my students and therapy clients to improve their well-being in the best possible way.
“Tracy’s yoga & anatomy knowledge, teaching style
~ Jessica Scheper – Yoga Teacher, Surf Instructor & World Traveller.