Phoenix Fisher

  • NC License #: 10634

"Relief is the Cure that All Medicine is Searching For", Abraham Hicks

"My Passion and Fascination is Fascia, how it works, as well as following the latest unveiling and contributing to the latest research on Fascia." Phoenix is a licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist. She graduated from her initial education program, from: The Center for Massage and Natural Health in Asheville in 2010. She has continued her education Consistently, and almost Constantly (See Bio for more information). Ph...

"My Passion and Fascination is Fascia, how it works, as well as following the latest unveiling and contributing to the latest research on Fascia." Phoenix is a licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist. She graduated from her initial education program, from: The Center for Massage and Natural Health in Asheville in 2010. She has continued her education Consistently, and almost Constantly (See Bio for more information). Phoenix's focus is on your Fascia, the state it is in, and how it may have come to be that way. From her perspective, the “cause”, is the key to facilitating a lasting release. Therefore, she will take a multidisciplinary approach to Massage and Bodywork/Manual Therapy. Depending on where you are in the healing process, where you want to be, and what forms of treatment you, as the client, are most comfortable with, each therapy session will be customized to fit your specific needs. Applied manual therapy techniques for Myo-Fascial Release include, yet are not limited to: Integrated Neuromuscular Massage, Trigger point release therapy, Positional Release, Advanced Deep Tissue Massage. Phoenix's Certifications & Training Phoenix received her foundation of bodywork training through the Center for Massage and Natural Health, in Asheville, NC Program of Study and C.E.U. credentials: Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and the Musculoskeletal System (168 Hours) Neuromuscular Therapy and Integrative Neuromuscular Massage (53 Hours) Myo-Fascial Release and Trigger Point Release Therapy (25 Hours) Somatic Psychology (20 Hours) Sports Massage (24 Hours) Thai Massage (16 Hours) Shiatsu and Oriental Medical Theory (28 Hours) Reflexology (16 Hours) Aroma Therapy (56 Hours) Herbology (60 Hours) Hydrotherapy (16 Hours) Pregnancy, Infant and Geriatric Massage (36 Hours) CranioSacral Therapy (8 Hours) Diet and Nutrition (20 Hours) Energy Work, Theory and Practice and Huna, Hawaiian Energy Work (20 Hours) Professional Ethics, Roles and Boundaries (17 Hours) More Important, from Phoenix’s perspective are the many more hours than total all of the above that she has spent studying the Works, Research and Teachings of: The International Fascia Congress: Following the new and latest research findings on fascia Travell and Simons: Myo-Fascial Pain and Dysfunction Texts Tom Myers: Anatomy Trains, Body Reading 101, and Fascial Release for Structural Balance St. John Neuromuscular Therapy: Charts Jean-Pierre Barral: Understanding the Messages of Your Body, and Visceral Manipulation Ralph Stephens: Medical Massage Sean Riehl: Advanced Myo-Fascial Release Doug Alexander: Nerve Mobilization Tom Ockler: Muscle Energy Technique Diana Haynes: Positional Release Patrice Morency: Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Sue Hitzmann: The Melt Method PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) a form of Neuromuscular Re-Education Goal, Release and Hydrate your Fascia to restore optimal homeostasis : Alleviate pain, rejuvenate strength, balance and agility, free mental and emotional fascial memory patterns, regenerate vitality, ensure prolonged health and function in order to improve, an all around, sense of comfort and well being. “I absolutely Love what I do, and I am so fulfilled being a part of this Team of natural healing facilitators! This is really my Life’s Dream come True!” Phoenix's Certifications & Training Phoenix received her foundation of bodywork training through the Center for Massage and Natural Health, in Asheville, NC Program of Study and C.E.U. credentials: Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and the Musculoskeletal System (168 Hours) Neuromuscular Therapy and Integrative Neuromuscular Massage (53 Hours) Myo-Fascial Release and Trigger Point Release Therapy (25 Hours) Somatic Psychology (20 Hours) Sports Massage (24 Hours) Thai Massage (16 Hours) Shiatsu and Oriental Medical Theory (28 Hours) Reflexology (16 Hours) Aroma Therapy (56 Hours) Herbology (60 Hours) Hydrotherapy (16 Hours) Pregnancy, Infant and Geriatric Massage (36 Hours) CranioSacral Therapy (8 Hours) Diet and Nutrition (20 Hours) Energy Work, Theory and Practice and Huna, Hawaiian Energy Work (20 Hours) Professional Ethics, Roles and Boundaries (17 Hours) More Important, from Phoenix’s perspective are the many more hours than total all of the above that she has spent studying the Works, Research and Teachings of: The International Fascia Congress: Following the new and latest research findings on fascia Travell and Simons: Myo-Fascial Pain and Dysfunction Texts Tom Myers: Anatomy Trains, Body Reading 101, and Fascial Release for Structural Balance St. John Neuromuscular Therapy: Charts Jean-Pierre Barral: Understanding the Messages of Your Body, and Visceral Manipulation Ralph Stephens: Medical Massage Sean Riehl: Advanced Myo-Fascial Release Doug Alexander: Nerve Mobilization Tom Ockler: Muscle Energy Technique Diana Haynes: Positional Release Patrice Morency: Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Sue Hitzmann: The Melt Method Certifications: Integrative Neuromuscular Massage including Myo-Fascial Release and Trigger Point Release Therapy ABMP (Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals) Bodywork Therapist Introduction to CranioSacral Therapy Huna I, Hawaiian Energy Work The Heart of Ethics Iridology Nurturing the Mother Introduction to Thai Massage

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Licenses
Massage

NC # 10634

Education
2009

Center for Massage & Natural Health

Foundations in Massage

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Neuromuscular Trigger point and Myofascial Therapy