Massage

Whilst every dog is unique, they are all made up of bones, muscles, and organs underneath their skin. Your dog has around 320 bones and 700 muscles, with the muscles making up around 40-50% of your dogs weight.

It's the muscles that I'd love to be able to help you and your dog with. I believe that a number of different issues can be helped by stimulating appropriate muscles with various massage techniques.

 

Scientific research has shown many benefits of massage therapy including;

Relieve muscle tension

Increase flexibility and motion range

Improve blood and lymphatic circulation

Help prevent injury and illness

Alleviate pain

Assist in recovery after surgery and exercise

Improves mood

Reduce anxiety

Just like us, dogs will enjoy many benefits from receiving a massage. I use and teach canine massage to be used as a foundation to build trust and form a bond that has shown to have a positive effect in many other areas of their lives.

I travel to you at a time that suits you. This removes any stress your dog may have traveling, going to a new place, having Malee (our dog) around and other possible distractions. Your dog will be much more at ease in its home environment and it's much easier for me to assess other factors that may be influencing their general health. There are various massage techniques that can be applied to your dog depending on the issues requiring attention. After the initial assessment, I will discuss the most suitable treatment plan.

Reiki

I travel to you at a time that suits you. This removes any stress your dog may have travelling, going to a new place, having Malee (our dog) around and other possible distractions. Your dog will be much more at ease in it's home environment and it's much easier for me to assess other factors that may be influencing their general health.

 

Reiki works with the energetic, physical and emotional aspects of the individual to address imbalances on all levels.

Canine Fitness & Conditioning

I travel to you at a time that suits you. This removes any stress your dog may have travelling, going to a new place, having Malee (our dog) around and other possible distractions. Your dog will be much more at ease in its own home environment and it's much easier for me to assess other factors that may be influencing their general health.

 

We discuss your dog and put together a plan to help you achieve the goals we will set.

In time I'm hoping to start group classes in several different locations around the coast.