Tracy Rowe

Senior Soft Tissue Therapist


  • Advanced Diploma of Health Science (Soft Tissue Therapy)
  • Diploma Remedial Massage
  • Myofascial Dry Needling
  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage
  • Pelvic Fascial Treatment
  • Onsen Therapy: MET Sacrum and Pelvis
  • Ben Benjamin: Assessment and Treatment of Cervical Injuries
  • Ben Benjamin: Active Isolated Stretching
  • Dru Yoga Teacher Training
  • Joanne Elphinston Movement Systems (JEMS) 1 & 2, 2015
  • Norman Doidge “The Brain’s Way of Healing” Training Seminar, 2016
  • “Yoga for Pain” Workshop, 2016

Association Memberships

  • Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT) Provider #18419
  • Dru (Yoga) Professional Network (DPN)

Professional Achievements

  • Soft Tissue Therapy provider to Mont 24Hr MTB
  • Conducted workshops in posture and exercise for Curves Gym
  • Promotional/sales of the Thoracic Extension Rack (T-Rack) at various industry conferences

Treatment Areas of Interest

Chronic Pain:

  • Chronic pain conditions and states
  • Anxiety/ depressive states
  • Stress of every kind – physical, physiological, emotional, mental
  • Central nervous system sensitisation e.g. chronic fatigue syndrome, allodynia, fibromyalgia
  • Neuropathic pain conditions
  • Neuroplasticity

Postural stiffness, dysfunction and pain:

  • Neck pain and tension
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Facial and jaw pain
  • Low back pain
  • Hip, SIJ, pelvic instability
  • Unexplained pain, tension and symptoms
  • Whiplash Injures
  • Breathing inefficiencies

The use of movement to treat:

  • Loss of functional movement/conditioning/awareness/proprioception
  • Inhibition of myofascial (muscles and fascia) structures due to pain and/or tone
  • Repetitive lifestyle activities and habits – including work related postures and movements
  • Those in pain who want and need to get moving again safely
  • ¬†anyone who wants to learn how to to move, explore, realise and thrive!

About Tracy

Tracy has a keen interest in treating (due to plenty of personal experience!) posture-affected dysfunction, especially breathing difficulties, thoracic conditions (eg. scoliosis, desk-bound workers). Also interested in jaw pain, TMJ dysfunction, associated neck pain and headaches; pelvic and core instabilities; lymphatic drainage and lymphoedema management. Tracy draws on personal experience in Yoga, Pilates, and Tai Chi to help clients increase awareness of their own body and the way it moves; and give them ownership of their condition and rehabilitation. Tracy is most interested in helping people achieve or restore optimal functional movement so they can enjoy living in their own bodies!

Tracy is a Principal Therapist, available from the Deakin and Woden Clinic 88 locations.