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Philosophy

Our physical well-being has an enormous impact on the quality of our lives, affecting our emotional and mental capacities as well as our overall sense of vitality and happiness.

 

At Wellness in Motion our guiding principle is “Motion is Life, Life is Motion” (A.T. Still, the founder of Osteopathy).

 

This phrase holds true for all types of body movement, right down to the micro-movement within each cell. Our bodies are constantly flowing with the natural movement of bones, fascia, tissues, blood, lymphatic fluid, and cerebral spinal fluid. Even the most minute restrictions or blocks at these vital areas of movement can compromise our health. If these restrictions are not released they can cause a much greater negative impact on the surrounding tissue and structures, which can affect the entire body.

Our bodies are made up of over 70% water so it’s no wonder that keeping our fluid body moving is so critical! Fluids transport nutrients and gases throughout the body, enable cellular reactions to occur, remove waste, lubricate joints, cushion organs, and maintain a stable body temperature. Like the concentric rings of a ripple in water, our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health are also intricately connected. Working with all of these levels of being, it is our goal at Wellness in Motion to help you to maintain an optimal state of health and well-being.

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Scott Fisher, D.O.M.P.

Passionate about health and wellness in his own life, Scott is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of people living with pain, discomfort, or lack of vitality.  Using a combination of Manual Osteopathic techniques, his goal is to provide the assistance necessary to return your body to a state of internal balance.

  • Diploma of Osteopathy Manual Practice

Vancouver, BC campus of the Canadian School of Osteopathy

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  • Member of the Society for the Promotion of Manual Practice Osteopathy

  • Member of the Canadian Federation of Osteopaths

Carol Fisher

Carol provides compassionate care helping to keep seniors in their own homes. She is organized, has an excellent work ethic and caring interpersonal skills. Carol is grateful for the opportunity to work one on one servicing the needs of seniors in the community. 

 

Carol loves the ongoing journey of healing through yoga therapy. Her goal is to provide you with personalized yoga techniques to bring you into balance physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

  • Seniors Home Health Companion & Hospitality Worker Certification

BC Care Providers Association/EngAge BC

  • First Aid/CPR

  • Food Safe Level 1

  • Occupational Health and Safety

  • 200 hour Yoga Teacher

South Okanagan Yoga Academy, Penticton, BC

Integrative Yoga Therapy, Massachusetts, USA

  • 300 hour Yoga Therapy Teacher