If your animal is suffering from discomfort or performance decline, you most likely arrived here looking for an alternative, holistic treatment for your companion. Please allow me to explain how my therapy can help your animal lead a happier, pain-free life. You may already know some of the benefits of canine and equine massage and bodywork. Here are just a few:
Professional equine and canine massage is much more than petting or stroking. While my technique does include effleurage (stroking) and kneading, I mostly adhere to two schools of therapy: Trigger Point and Myofascial Release. I also implement passive/active range of motion stretching for optimum effectiveness. I have found that this complete approach has given my clients’ animals the best results at living and performing pain-free.
Your companion’s ailments are taken very seriously. I have worked on animals with a vast array of issues (some seemingly hopeless!) and would be pleased to assist your animal in recovery. A therapeutic treatment plan will be tailored to your animal based on your veterinarian’s recommendations/diagnosis and my capabilities as a practitioner.
Rest assured, it is my desire to be the best certified massage therapist I can be for your animal. With my tailored massage strokes and sequences, results are often amazing: muscles become more elastic, spasms diminish, and life can get back on track.
It is my personal goal that your best friend lives and loves life as only an animal can.
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On August 24th 2014, Allison gave a lecture on the benefits of stretching at Village Animal Clinic in Mobile, AL. Attendants brought their own dogs to practice on while Allison observed and assisted them with the sequences. Murphy, Kiwi, and their moms were part of the wonderful attendees!
Allison gave a presentation on canine massage in Crestview, FL. on September 14, 2013. It helped the audience understand the intricacy of massage therapy and how it assists dogs with different types of ailments. She met a lot of interesting people who now have a better understanding of how animal massage employs beneficial results.
Allison gave a presentation in 2011 at Dog Daze in Fort Walton Beach, FL. Allison spoke of the benefits of canine and equine massage therapy and demonstrated some easy relaxation strokes for the audience to perform on their animals. Everyone came away with a new perspective on animal massage therapy and enjoyed learning the basic relaxation techniques so […]