Contact us to offer this FREE talk at your store or club
One lucky person who attends this talk will win a gift certificate for a
free canine massage!
||Explaining dog structure with canine
skeleton, while Mikki looks on.
|Massage is no longer just for humans—dogs can benefit just as much as humans.
Due to breeding, most dogs are born with structural imbalances which can cause
muscle strain and pain. Come learn how professional massage can help your dog feel better.
Bring your dog for a free structural evaluation.
We will explain the benefits of
professional canine massage including:
- Why do most dogs need massage?
- How are dogs designed by nature to move?
- What are some common structural imbalance in dogs?
- How do these imbalances harm dogs?
- How can professional massage help offset this damage?
- Demonstrations of how to evaluate dog structure--bring your dog!
|All participants will receive informative packets with information
on canine anatomy, structure and massage.
||Explaining how the shoulder angles in
dogs are often too straight, resulting in restricted movement and muscle
|Note: We do not teach you how to massage your dog in this
seminar. This is an educational seminar to help you understand dog
structure, how structural imbalances impact dogs and what can be done to
minimize damage from this. The style of massage that we offer,
neuromuscular therapy, is best done by trained professionals who are
familiar with canine anatomy and physiology. Neuromuscular therapy can
be more effective than Swedish massage techniques at resolving problems
in the muscles.
For safe home massage, we recommend that dog owners
buy videotapes demonstrating how to do light Swedish massage, such as
the tapes sold by the
Lang Institute for Canine Massage.
Registration: Space is limited. To bring your dog for a free structural evaluation at this
seminar, please call Optimum Choices to make advance reservations at (303)
||Marking the bony landmarks on the
participant's dog with orange dots to demonstrate the angles of the hips
Margaret Auld-Louie is a professionally trained canine massage
provider. As a graduate of the Lang Institute for Canine Massage in Loveland,
Colorado, she is experienced in analyzing a dog’s movement and designing an
appropriate holistic health maintenance program that includes massage, exercise,
and nutrition. She is a member of the
International Association of
Animal Massage & Bodywork. For more information on Margaret's canine massage services,
||Note that the hips are straighter than
the shoulders and the back is sway backed. These structural imbalances
will lead to muscle soreness and pain over time.