Canine Massage

PAWS IN HAND

Benefits of Canine Massage

  • Maintains wellness
  • Reduces pain & soreness
  • Increases flexibility
  • Enhances muscle tone
  • Promotes recovery from an injury or surgery
  • Improves circulation
  • Improves gait & structure
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Relieves stress & anxiety
  • Aids healing of soft tissue injuries
  • Helps release habitual holding patterns found in muscles
  • Increases the supply of blood and nutrients to the tissues
  • Promotes healthy skin & coat

Training & Experience

682 hour program at Lang Institute for Canine Massage, LLC
including Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Movement
Certified Level I  Usui Reiki
Dog owner for over 12 years

Our Whole Dog Approach

Evaluation of your dog using gait and structural analysis
Health intake to assess type of massage
Tailored program of massage based on your dogs needs
Exercise recommendations to complement massage
Nutritional guidance
Energy work using Reiki
Integral part of your canines health team

What is Canine Massage?

Gentle manipulation of skin, muscle and joints by hand
Multiple massage techniques ranging from light massage to deeper tissue massage

Contact

Tracey M. Brown
P.O. Box 1077

Amesbury MA 01913

978-337-7965
tracey@paws-in-hand.com

The Scoop on Tracey

My inspiration comes from
 Zachary--my Rottweiler.  He's been my
 constant companion since 1992.  He
 has taught me many lessons, my
 journey with him has led me to this
 field.  I have strived and continue to
 strive to do my personal best--for
 Zachary and all those who I will have
 the pleasure of working with.

Zachary among the Impatients!
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