Tracy Hambly is a trained teacher in the Still-mind meditation tradition (known as the Bhagavan Nityananda lineage) and received tutelage from treasured teacher Mataji, Swami Shantananda. Tracy has formally studied through workshops and courses in Mindfulness, Resilience, and Restorative Yoga, and attended silent and weekend retreats. A registered Senior Meditation Teacher under Meditation Australia, Tracy moulds her life around this committed practice.
Outside of meditation, Tracy is a horticulturist, and lives in the Dandenongs in outer Melbourne, Australia. Tracy is currently studying to become an Eco-Arts Therapy facilitator (blended Arts Therapy and Applied Ecopsychology).
About Looking Inwards
Looking Inwards is Tracy’s platform for sharing her offerings, finding connection, learning deeply about others, and passing on the joy and peace she has found through meditation. She facilitates self-exploration and self-awareness in close-knit, small groups. Students come for the openness, fostered community, honesty and accountability of the Still-mind teachings unique to Looking Inwards. Tracy teaches for the rewarding relationships and friendships forged with the many diverse and beautiful people in her meditation classes, retreats, workshops, and private sessions.
Education and Training
Diploma of Meditation and Mindfulness Teaching (200 hours), Australian College of Classical Yoga, 2016 Eco-Art Therapy (Arts Therapy and Applied Ecopsychology), Eco-Art Therapy College/ProjectNatureConnect, Present Resilience Training Course, 6 weeks, Australian College of Classical Yoga Mindfulness and Mindful Living Workshop, Blackburn Meditation Studio Restorative Yoga Teacher Training 1-day Workshop, Mt Waverley Yoga Studio 2019
Certificate IV in Horticulture, Melbourne Polytechnic TAFE, 2019 Introduction to Permaculture 1-day Workshop, The Perma Pixie (Taj Scicluna) University of Melbourne, Burnley, 2014 (Urban Horticulture electives including Plant Biology, Ecology, Landscape Design and Horticultural Practice)
Tracy also regular attends meditation retreats, workshops and courses in Melbourne.