What We Do:

Massage

Our Specialities:

Beauty - Eyelashes/brows
Beauty - Facials
Beauty - Mobile Therapist
Beauty - Waxing
Fitness - Aerobics
Fitness - Assessment
Fitness - Fat Burning
Fitness - Personal Training
Nails - Pedicures
Nails - Manicures
Health - Massage

Totally Tracey

Massage Therapy, Reiki, Facials, Waxing, Eyelash Tinting, Personal Training

PO Box 337 Brookvale NSW 2100

04 1 449 7201

Totally Tracey is a home based clinic that offers personalized treatments, in a profesional friendly peaceful atmosphere where clients can unwind,relax and enjoy their experience.

Facial Treatments -

Mini Facial
Holistic Facial
ScenStone Facial Massage.

Eyelash Tinting
Waxing
Nail Care

Massage Therapy -

What Stress Can Do To You
Stress changes the posture - as stress begins to tighten the body, shoulders begin to move forward, the chin lifts and the neck moves forward. This happens to all of us as the everyday pressures of life close in around us. This in turn places a tremendous amount of pressure on the back and shoulders. This pressure creates headaches, neck and shoulder pain. The final result of this posturing pressure on the medial nerve eventually becomes RSI. This condition is easily addressed by regular massage.  Stress is the fundamental cause of most illness. 

Choose The Treatment that is Right for YOU

Hot Stone Massage
Indian Head Stone Massage
Corporate Seated Massage
Swedish Massage
Remedial Massage
Deep Tissue Massage
Sports Massage
Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage
Aromatheraphy Massage
Pregnancy Massage

Personal Training

Totally Fitness!

At Totally Tracey, people from all walks of life are catered for, taking into account your existing level of health, work/family demands, nutrition and any medical conditions that may exist. Special care is taken to ensure fitness is improved within the context of your individual situation and needs.

If your goal is to control your weight, exercise your heart, strengthen your muscles or just feel healthier, a healthy diet and regular aerobic activity will help you achieve and maintain a well toned and fit body. When you exercise the brain releases endorphins that put you in a better mood and make you feel happy. Isn't that what life is all about?

So, why not let us help you get more fun, vitality and enjoyment in your life?

Fitness - its more than worth the effort!

Researchers have found that exercise plays an important role in the maintenance of brain, nerve, and muscle function in the human body. New research suggests that exercise may delay mental deterioration with age and disease, and perhaps even promote neurogenesis (nerve cell growth).

Aerobic activity is any exercise that helps you use oxygen more efficiently. It gets your heart pumping faster, makes you sweat and quickens your breath. When you raise your heart rate your body begins to burn stored carbohydrates and fatty acids for energy.

Aerobic exercise is extremely important for maintaining healthy weight, helps burn fat calories, increases your metabolism, builds and maintains healthy bones, muscles, and joints; promotes physiological well-being, strengthens the immune system, improves sleep, increases life expectancy, and enhances lifestyle.

Starting an Exercise Program

The human body responds to exercise, no matter what its age, and the health benefits are multiple. If you are over 35 years, obese, suffering from a chronic illness or have been sedentary for some time, it is a good idea to see your doctor before embarking on any new exercise routine.

Even if you have done no activity in the past, beginning some form of activity can set you on the road to improved health.

It was once thought that the only way to gain any health benefit from exercise was to engage in vigorous physical activity for cardiovascular fitness. Anything less than strenuous exercise was seen as a waste of time. Now we know that health benefits can also be gained from regular moderate physical activity. Every little bit helps. Just finding 30 minutes a day can make a difference to your quality of life.

None of the exercises should hurt or make you feel really tired. You might feel some soreness, a slight discomfort, or a bit weary, but you should not feel pain…...in fact, in many ways, physical activity and exercise will probably make you feel better.

Muscle soreness lasting up to a few days and slight fatigue are normal after muscle-building exercises, but exhaustion, sore joints, and unpleasant muscle pulling aren't. The latter symptoms mean you are overdoing it.

In terms of specific medical disorders, exercise has been shown to prevent or delay the onset of coronary artery disease, bone loss and osteoporosis, stroke, high blood pressure, obesity, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, insomnia, and depression, and many more diseases. In some cases, it can improve health for older people who already have diseases and disabilities, if it's done on a long-term, regular basis.

Aerobic exercise focuses on strengthening the heart, lungs, and circulatory system. Its major goal is to increase the heart rate and breathing rate.
Strength training focuses on strengthening muscles and joints. It also improves balance and increases metabolism. Weightlifting is the most common form of strength training.
Balance exercises are used to improve stability. They stimulate the vestibular system, which includes muscles, joints, sensory organs, the inner ear, and the brain.
Stretching exercises improve flexibility, which helps prevent injury during other forms of exercises and may decrease chronic pain. Stretching exercises include yoga, tai chi, and basic stretches.

The best workout routine is one that you enjoy doing because you will continue to do something you enjoy. If you vary the different types of exercise it will help keep it fun and exciting. For the best results, do some type of aerobic activity at least 3 times a week?

Be good to yourself !

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