We’ve treated many patients with various problems and injuries including fibromyalgia, arthritis, tendonitis, frozen shoulder, muscle tension, stress, whiplash, carpal tunnel syndrome, scoliosis, plantar fascitis as well as other sports-related injuries.
Our team is trained numerous techniques, including Swedish massage, deep tissue, myofascial release, relaxation, lymphatic drainage and pre and postnatal massage.
A Massage Therapist is a regulated health professional, governed by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
BODYTRACE ATHLETE: Robyn Baldwin’s Big Accomplishments
Scotiabank 5K 2007 – My 1st 5KM and the beginning of my racing adventures
SeaWheeze Half Marathon 2013 – My 1st Half Marathon! Never thought I’d run that distance!
Spartan Beast Ottawa 2015 – My 1st Beast and I placed 6th in my age group!
Spartan Sprint Ottawa 2015 – The first time I was able to climb the rope at a Spartan race!
Spartan Sprint Bahamas 2015 – My 1st obstacle course race after I was diagnosed with MS (3 months after) and I placed 6th in my age group!
Tracey Elliott, owner of BodyTrace, is a highly sought after Massage Therapist with a growing reputation within the wellness industry. She is a Registered Massage Therapist, Personal Trainer and Fascial Stretch Therapist.
Approaching each patient uniquely according to their specific needs, Tracey works diligently with her clients to achieve the best possible results in order to help them attain optimal health and wellness. She is keen on educating her clients, as it is her belief that massage therapy works best when incorporated with at-home tools to strengthen and stretch the body’s muscles. This not only promotes healing and reduces pain but can also prevent further injury.
Tracey truly enjoys providing relief and comfort to her clients on a daily basis. When not at work, Tracey enjoys spending time with friends and family and practicing Yoga.
As the most recent addition to the Bodytrace team, Jess Haney is eager to work with clients to help provide relief, restore function, and improve performance, with a specific focus on sports injuries.
Having dealt with orthopedic injuries in both hips, Jess experienced first-hand the positive effects an appropriate treatment and movement-based approach can have in the management of symptoms and pain. She looks forward to incorporating her experience and growing understanding of strength and movement to compliment her skills as a therapist to provide the highest level of care to her clients.
Jim Hamilton holds diplomas in both Recreation Facilities Management and Massage Therapy from Algonquin College. His additional certifications include:
As a personal trainer and massage therapist, Jim’s specialty is corrective exercise and pre/post-rehab. He is able to incorporate a mix of stretching, mobility, and breathing work designed to minimize injury risk and promote structural balance within the context of traditional strength training and resistance exercise. His goal is to ensure his clients can get strong and increase their sport performance while working on their weaknesses and improving their soft-tissue health.
He has worked with a wide variety of clientele, from weekend warriors to high-level athletes in multiple sports, and believes that everyone should be performing regular maintenance work to prevent negative postural changes and other imbalances from developing, in addition to their regular strength training and other physical activities.
Jim has practiced a variety of martial arts for over 10 years, and enjoys other physical pursuits such as skiing and disc golf in his spare time. To learn more about Jim, check in with his personal blog.
BODYTRACE ATHLETE: Caroline Carruthers’ Big Accomplishments
100 freestyle (SC) 1:00.13 :: 200 freestyle (SC) 2:08.91 :: 50 butterfly (SC) 28.67 :: 100 butterfly (SC) 1:02.90 :: 200 butterfly (SC) 2:22.73