MASSAGE TREATING STRESS, PAIN AND INJURY...
Servicing Bryn Mawr and Surrounding Communities
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Call or Text: 610-996-3666
About Tracy Smith L.M.T.
Tracy brings 25 years of clinical experience and specializes in deep therapeutic massage. She received her massage education from The Health Options in Northampton, PA and NMTI in Philadelphia.
Also, Tracy is a graduate from Penn State University with a B.S. degree in Therapeutic Recreation.
Included in Tracy’s resume is 2019 Certified Lifeguard, First Aid, CPR and AED training conducted by the American Red Cross.
Tracy is an avid swimmer having competed in her adolescent years along with synchronized swimming.
Tracy received her first massage therapy session at the age of 11 having pulled a muscle in her back and realized the importance of massage therapy in the recovery process for athletes and how it promotes overall maintenance and well-being.
What My Clients Are Saying ...
Jim H, 49 years old who just completed his first Ironman Triathlon Competition (Lake Placid)
“In the build up to an Ironman, the volume of swimming, biking and running averages 12 hours per week over 6 months. In the last two months, endurance training sessions can last 6 -7 hours a day. Maintaining healthy muscles is a constant battle, muscle soreness, stiffness and repair is ongoing throughout training.
Massage is an integral part of my training, deep tissue work once or twice a month breaks down adhesions and can be very helpful with alignment throughout the body. Shoulder and neck work is key to recovering from swims that extend beyond 4000 yards. Deep tissue work on the lower back, hips and legs restores flexibility and sets up for the next set of endurance work on the bike and run.
Stretching during the massage takes advance of warm pliable muscles that are not exhausted from exercise. Tracy Smith is extremely knowledgeable and incorporates a set of techniques that are the core of deep tissue work.
To not have this type of work during training would increase the chance of injury and prevent the benefits of training overtime. “ – Jim H, Harleysville, PA