Fusion Bodyworks Providers

 

Jessica Blaylock - Fusion Bodyworks - Portland

Jessica Blaylock

LMT #10266

I opened Fusion Bodyworks PDX in 2005, after graduation from East West College of the Healing Arts in 2002.

Prior to opening my own clinic, I worked collectively for three years in Portland with chiropractors and acupuncturists which provided me the opportunity to work with many different types of clients and injuries. I am proud to employ some of the most talented therapists in Portland. Over the past 15 years I have had the chance to train in a variety of modalities, such as myofascial release, deep tissue, prenatal massage, Mayan Abdominal work,  and Ashiatsu. These skills collectively bring me to my work with a distinct fusion of tools. When I am not working, I am busy with my three children, walking dogs, leaving the country and making lots of soup.

Bonnie Sparks - Fusion Bodyworks - Portland

Bonnie Sparks

LMT # 22202

Bonnie has been practicing massage since 2001, specializing in Deep Tissue and Craniosacral Therapy.

I began my massage career  focusing on Deep Tissue and injury treatment. Over the last fifteen years, I have explored a plethora of modalities including Thai Massage, Lomi Lomi and Craniosacral Therapy.  I fuse these modalities to provide a deep intuitive touch to seek and restore health in the body.  I completed an extensive Craniosacral certification program with Pat O’Rourke in Seattle and am particularly passionate about working with trauma, mood disorders and pediatrics.  

Outside of the studio, I work as a full spectrum Doula and love playing outdoors with my son and our dog.

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Jason Moore

LMT # 23047

Jason specializes in creating a sense of balance and growth through each session. He is expertly trained in relaxation, deep tissue, CranioSacral Therapy and Onsen-style postural and functional work.

Jason is no stranger to the hard work of finding health and healing. A former international community organizer, Jason seeks to create balance, open possibilities, and educate with every session.  Trained primarily at the Esalen Institute, Esalen Massage is the basis of his massage work where long flowing strokes create a relaxing sense of balance and wholeness. Additionally, he is a Deep Bodywork practitioner, which is a precise and powerful treatment style that reforms dysfunctional and painful areas of the body. Jason practices CranioSacral Therapy to help with nerve and nervous system issues.  Most recently, he has been studying a deeply effective technique based on the Onsen Method which has helped him fully recover from chronic back pain through postural assessment and correction techniques.  Jason is a lover of qi gong and mediation for keeping balance in his life. He also loves acting and movies as a way to access his more comedic side.
Renea Perry - Fusion Bodyworks - Portland

Renea Perry

LMT #18671

Renea specializes in relaxation massage, deep tissue, sports therapeutics, and pre and post natal massages. With over a decade in the field, her craft is fine tuned and deeply healing. 

Renea’s passion is offering a sense of integrated renewal and wellbeing using powerful subtle healing techniques. She trained for massage and therapeutic bodywork at Miami Dade Medical College and is also a Certified Yoga, breath work and meditation practitioner.  She has recently relocated to Portland to complete Oriental Medicine and Herbalism studies.  

Renea Perry - Fusion Bodyworks - Portland

Robert Verraneault

LMT # 21188

Robert is warmly referred to as “Mr. Fix It” by his clients. His keen understanding of anatomy and extensive training make him especially capable at resolving pain patterns in the body. 

Robert attended East West College for his massage therapy degree. He is passionate about the positive effects that massage has on the mind and body, and regards massage as physical medicine. Specializing in structural deep tissue massage, myofascial release therapies, and traditional thai bodywork, his approach is intellectual as well as intuitional: what is the physiological malaise, and what story is the body telling? Bodywork with Robert consists of: finding and releasing the tender points and trigger points in hiding, releasing fascial restrictions and adhesions, opening joints and assisting their mobility, restoring proper muscle alignment and tone, and helping his clients to understand what is going on.

Each session and every client has specific needs – you can trust Robert will help solve the puzzle of health and help your body along in its restoration!

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Kia Satterfield

LMT # 19239

KIa blends her Rolfers perspective with myofascial release and deep tissue to help treat ailments, ranging from: accidents, repetitive motion, chronic pain, sports injuries, headaches, ergonomic and structural misalignments

Kia has had an intuitive interest in healing and body work since she was a child growing up in Eugene OR. Her skilled understanding of the human body’s innate adaptability and healing capacity influence all her sessions. She graduated from The Rolf Institute of Structural Integration 2012.Her understanding of anatomy and the interrelationships of the body are at the heart of work. She has a sensitive, intuitive, listening touch. With a pressure range from light, to deep; tailoring her skills to the needs of the individual.

She enjoys travel, music, dancing, plants, animals, meditation, yoga, cooking, oddities, science and philosophy. She may be seen biking around Portland rain or shine!

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Gwen Low

LMT #23750

With 12 years as a therapist, Gwen’s style of massage is a unique blend of modalities. She has a background in yoga, dance, martial arts, and qigong; and the sense of movement, energy, and balance she has gained from these disciplines informs her work.  

I have been a professional bodyworker since 2006, when I graduated from the Providence Institute. My training there included Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Prenatal, and Sports Massage, as well as some Craniosacral and Zen Shiatsu.  I have since studied Advanced Muscle Reconditioning, Breema® Bodywork, and Sarga Bodywork.

I find great healing and inspiration in nature and hope to bring this feeling of deep peace and stillness to my clients through my touch and presence. I enjoy doing all types of bodywork, from nurturing, relaxation massage to deep, focused work.  I specialize in doing effective therapeutic work in a surprisingly gentle way. As a mother of two, I love giving massage to mamas, from pregnancy on. My goal is to meet and support each client as an individual in a welcoming and accepting atmosphere.

 

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Kelly Murphy

LMT # 23928

Kelly’s wide range of modalities include cupping, hot stone massage, myofascial release, deep tissue, trigger point, relaxation, and stretching.

Kelly moved to Portland from New York City to pursue massage therapy. She is a graduate and Licensed Massage Therapist from Carrington College. Prior to her work as a LMT she spent fourteen years in the medical field working as a surgical tech and caregiver to the disabled, elderly, and those in rehabilitation. As a bodyworker, she integrates a variety of modalities into each session according to the needs of each individual client.
Kelly believes that massage not only helps promote healing, flexibility, and pain relief, but also contributes a strong sense of well being, spiritually, mentally, and physically which contributes to the enhancement of one’s self.
Kelly and her fiancé Shannen own a local non profit art gallery in North West Portland called Gallery 101. They enjoy reaching out to the community, hosting various workshops and events. In her free time she loves to create art, travel, practice aerial yoga, hot yoga, and meditation.