Join Louise Skelton for a beginner’s guide to canine massage. Louise runs the Home Counties Canine Massage Clinic and is the Vice Chair and member of the Canine Massage Guild. Louise completed a two year intense training in Canine Massage that included over 1200 hours of learning and practical skills in Swedish, Sports and Deep tissue massage, Myofascial release and the unique Lenton method.
In week one Louise will offer an overview of Canine Massage and will highlight how it can benefit your dog. She will also help you look for the tell tale signs that can indicate that your dog may benefit from massage. She will then introduce us to dog anatomy – the foundation for canine massage. Following on from this, in week two, you will begin to learn a variety of massage techniques. By week three you will have learnt a full routine that you can do on your own dogs at home all year round! Every week Louise will take your questions in a ‘Canine Massage Q & A Surgery’.
Also, be sure not to miss out on some amazing promotional offers made available during these sessions!
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24, 31 Jan, 7 Feb
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28 Feb, 7 & 14 Mar
Mindfulness with Dogs
This initiative is funded by: Coronavirus Community Support Fund distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund with support from the government.