About Shakti Tracy
Shakti Tracy lives in Whitley Bay, on the North East coast, with her 2 children.
She has been on a personal healing journey for the past 25 years healing from childhood trauma.
She now lives a life she loves, and her journey has given her confidence to step up and share her own unique light in the world.
Shakti Tracy is passionate to help others to make their own transformative breakthroughs, using the methods which helped her most on her own journey - Conscious Breathwork, Shamanism, and Diamond Energy.
She opened to Diamond Energy during her own healing journey, the knowledge and wisdom she has around this Diamond vibration came from working intuitively with this energy for 20 years.
Shakti Tracy is a qualified Shamanic Practitioner and Conscious Breathwork facilitator and is committed to her ongoing healing and studies.
She completed a number of Conscious Breathwork and Shamanic training including -
2020 - Breathing Space Facilitator and Teacher Training with Benedict Beaumont (ongoing)
2020 - Death and Dying Shamanic Training with Stephen Mulhearn, Lendrick Lodge
2019 - SpiritDance Conscious Breathwork Facilitator Training with Peggy Dylan
2017 - Medicine for the Earth with Stephen Mulhearn, Lendrick Lodge
2017 - Shamanic Extraction and Light of Healing with Stephen Mulhearn, Lendrick Lodge
2017 - Soul Retrieval with Stephen Mulhearn, Lendrick Lodge
2017 - Shaman's Path (Power Retrieval and Shamanic Journeying) with Stephen Mulhearn, Lendrick Lodge
2016 - Intuitive Healing for Women with Rebecca Wright
2015 - Sundoor Initiation with Peggy Dylan
2015 - Shaman's Path (Power Retrieval and Shamanic Journeying) with Stephen Mulhearn, Lendrick Lodge
2014 - Intuitive Healing for Women with Rebecca Wright
2014 - Initiation into the Divine Feminine - 1-year journey with Jewels Wingfield
She is also trained in Reiki, Diamond Light Grid Alignments, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, and Massage.
She has a 1st class BA(Hons) Sociology and Social Policy from Newcastle University and her research on Psytrance and Post-Modern Communities was published in the Journal of Youth Studies.