A homeopath and remedial massage therapist for both people and pets, Tracey has more than 25 years of experience and shares her practice between people and pets.
Tracey is passionate about using natural therapies to achieve wellness and vitality for her clients, taking into account the mental and emotional state of mind, which often contributes to dis-ease of the body; as well as the physical.
Using homeopathic treatments, remedial massage and aromatherapy, Tracey aims to ensure her clients are ... in a better state of health for a longer period of time.
She offers a range of different massage treatments, including hot stone massage, pregnancy and post-natal massage and aroma touch therapy.
For our furry friends, Tracey offers natural alternatives in pet care that are gentle and effective, keeping the pet’s best interests at heart for optimum health and vitality.
Her mission is to help animals achieve balance within themselves through homeopathy, nutrition and understanding.
Her care is based on a natural approach using natural therapies and remedies, together with positive and kind encouragement towards pet behaviour.
Tracey believes homeopathy is extremely effective in treating symptoms of poor joint mobility and post-operative procedures that affect muscles and balance. She uses essential oils for pet health and makers her own range of products.
She also delves into deep-seated problems in dogs such as anxiety and depression and works closely with the owners to resolve these issues.
Tracey provides comprehensive advice on raw food pet nutrition for dogs and writes regularly for True Natural Health (the magazine of the Natural
Health Society of Australia) on pet health and nutrition.
When Tracey’s own dog was cured through homeopathy, she decided that a more natural form of pet health was the study path she wanted to pursue and
found her true mission in animal homeopathy.
Tracey runs a dog day care centre, is a volunteer for WIRES and does pet sitting at home, so her house often becomes a mini zoo, filled with cats, dogs, rabbits, parrots and even therapy rats. Read more
Membership of professional associations
- SAENA Small Animal & Equine Naturopathic Association
Education and training
Diploma of Homeopathy (Nature Care College, 1995)
Diploma of Massage Therapy (Nepean College of Natural Therapeutics, 1997)
Diploma Food Industry Quality Assurance Management (Advance Food Safety, 2012)
Certificate in Small Animal Nutrition (NCTM, 2014)
Certificate Raw Dog Food Nutrition Specialist (DNM University, 2020)
Holds a relevant Working With Children Check
Tracey Morrison’s studio location
Emu Plains, NSW 2750 Australia