Introduction to Canine Massage – Norfolk

The first in Norfolk! Places are limited so book your space quickly!

Introduction to Canine Massage with Vickie China (Galen Myotherapist) and Barbara Smith (Galen Myotherapist, Diploma Tutor & Student Liason Advisor)

Massage has huge benefits for dogs with mobility issues of any kind including arthritis, it is also a great tool to use if you have a sporting or working dog, almost every dog will benefit in some way from massage treatment. 

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During the workshop, there will be discussion and media supporting evidence on stresses asserted on your dog and how you can recognise and help avoid them.

The day includes:

  • How environmental stresses can affect your dog
  • The impacts of everyday actions on your dog and what you can do about it
  • The discussion of case histories
  • Study various footage to understand how injury can affect your dog’s ongoing mobility
  • The benefits of massage
  • How stress effects the dog and how massage helps
  • Canine anatomy and comparative anatomy
  • Basic information of the circulatory and lymphatic systems
  • The skeletal structure of the dog
  • Superficial ‘bony’ landmarks
  • The main muscular groups
  • How to massage your dog effectively using dedicated techniques
  • Practice performing ‘passive movement’ to enhance joint health and range of movement


Hall for All
Church Street
Weston Longville

Sunday 10th February 2019

Price £80 including refreshments

Time 10 – 4PM 

There will be space to exercise your dog and ample parking

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