Hands To Paws Animal Massage

JenAbout Animal Massage Therapy

Animals benefit from massage in the same way we do. The difference is that they are unable to tell me where they hurt, what area needs work or how the massage feels.  When I work with an animal I ask for a detailed history from the owner, often talk with the veterinarian and pay attention to cues from the animal.  Watching an animal move provides valuable information as to what areas of their body may need special attention.

Massage affects all the systems of the body:


Regular massage allows for early detection of health problems. Through touch and observation, I am able feel changes that have occurred in the skin and hair, identify health problems that may be developing and notice behavioral changes.


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