Not all massage (human or canine) is created equal! I have always endeavoured to help clients, and dog owners to understand this. In addition to 2 decades of experience in Clinical/Remedial/Sports Massage with humans, I have trained to apply my knowledge and skill specifically to dogs.
- The Lenton Method
- Sports Massage
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Swedish Massage
- Myofascial Release
Benefits of Clinical Canine Massage
I am a member of the Canine Massage Guild, and I underwent 2 years of rigorous training with Natalie Lenton at the Canine Massage Therapy Centre. Guild members always work best practice and abide by the Veterinary Act 1966 and Exemptions Order 2015, by never working upon an animal without veterinary consent.
Clinical Canine Massage is a noninvasive, remedial, natural method of treatment that uses specific, scientific, sensitive manipulation of the soft tissues of the body. It is invaluable for treating ‘unknown or undefined’ pain and injury (usually myofascial), that is not visible on MRI scans or X Rays.
Massage Therapy at it’s best is practised with care, attention, focus, and intention. Clinical Canine Massage has a a wide ranging list of wonderful benefits, and positive outcomes for the health and wellbeing of your dog. We expect to get measurable results within 1 to 3 sessions. There will be definite signs of reduced pain, improved mobility, and a happier dog! I will continually assess the suitability of massage therapy for your dog, and will refer you back to your Vet, if our sessions do not produce results. Your dog does not need to have health problems, or to be suffering pain, in order to get great benefits from massage therapy.
For more information about the Canine Massage Guild, and our work please visit www.K9MassageGuild.co.uk Here you will find an abundance of useful articles and information!