Tracy Heron Moore, LMT, is a bodyworker and community herbalist. Her path over the last 20 years has been of intensive study and practice in first clinical herbalism, then incorporating massage therapy and then onto biodynamic craniosacral therapy, and finally onto integrating and blending the three modalities in her practice.
She has been a member of the wonderful worker-owned Massage Place Collective since 2010, and offers massage, craniosacral, and herbal consultation sessions there.
Tracy’s massage style is intuitive and she uses long, slow techniques to invite the body’s tissues to relax deeply and recover from injury. Her craniosacral sessions are supportive and grounding to the nervous system, to help client's unwind from old unhealthy patterns and build more resilience. Her herbal work is all about empowering her clients to trust their body's intelligence, to feel in charge of their own health and healing, and to find an ever-deepening connection with nature and the gifts of the plants. She delights in helping people strengthen their body-mind-spirit connections and find greater ease and joy in their bodies and lives.
She is a lifelong learner, and continues to deepen her knowledge and skillset through attending workshops, conferences, and classes. She is currently studying both aromatherapy and natural perfumery. Tracy also loves sharing her knowledge, and occasionally teaches classes and workshops--anywhere from college classrooms to funky community venues.
Tracy’s work is rooted in a deep commitment to social justice and individual transformational healing. She trusts the ripple effect: that healthier individuals make healthier choices and healthier communities. She is trauma-informed, body-positive, gender-affirming, and part of the LGBTQ community. Relevant Education and Training: 2013 Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy training program. Studied with Cherionna Menzam, RCST. (350 hours) 2008 Bachelor of Arts, emphasis on Holistic Health and Visual Art. The Evergreen State College. 2007 Massage Therapy licensing program. Port Townsend School of Massage. (550 hours) 2002 Clinical Herbalism certificate program. California School of Herbal Studies. (175 hours) 2001 Foundations of Herbalism certificate program. California School of Herbal Studies. (500 hours) 1999 Beginning Herbalism community class. Studied with Jane Bothwell of Dandelion Herbal Center. (10 weeks) 1998-2001 Self-guided and focused study of herbalism, botany, anatomy and physiology.
Tracy Heron-Moore, LMT, is a trained herbalist, licensed massage practitioner and certified Biodynamic Craniosacral therapist in Olympia, WA.