Instructor/Consultant - Tracey Tinker

Name: Tracey Tinker
State: VIC
Area: Ferntree Gully
Phone Number(s): 03 9758 3375
Mobile: 0429 641 008
E-mail: (Click to contact Tracey Tinker)
Courses: BG101,BG104, OBO, IPR, Touch for Health 1
Will Travel: Yes

Biographical Information

Background Information

As an experienced Educational Kinesiologist I work with children with learning difficulties like ADD/ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, behavioral problems. Having a son with Asperger’s Syndrome has given me a huge understanding of what parents go through with a child with learning and behavioural problems, I have been working with children with various learning and behavioural problems since 1999

Educational Kinesiology is the work of Paul Dennison Ph.D., an innovator in applied brain research and an educational therapist. His pioneering work with dyslexic children recognised the link between stress and body response.


Areas of special interest

I also work with adults with health issues – hormonal, dietary, depression, anxiety, pain etc. I also have a Diploma of Nutrition.  This enables me to assess your Nutritional deficiencies.

In my practice and across the world Brain Gym® has proven to be a powerful change agent for people of all ages and all walks of life. Brain Gym® is practiced in homes, schools, learning centres and businesses throughout the world.


Professional Services Provided

Private Consultations

In a consultation which is approximately 1 hour. Health Fund Rebates Apply

NDIS Provider registration

Courses Taught

·      Brain Gym® 101

·      Optimal Brain Organisation

·      Touch for Health 1-4

I am a Proficiency Assessor for Touch for Health.

I have developed my own course using both Brain Gym & Touch for Health to help integrate the primitive reflexes.  This course was accredited with Brain Gym International in 2015.


Professional Development

I am a professional development provider with the Victorian Education Department and work in schools on a regular basis teaching Brain Gym® and also why children find it difficult to learn. These sessions are viewed by the teachers as excellent learning tools for them to use in the classroom.