Canine Therapeutic Massage Muscles Injury Strain Rehabilitation Trigger Points
Canine Therapeutic Massage Muscles Injury Strain Rehabilitation Trigger Points

“As someone who grew up with dogs I have always looked forward to the day when I could introduce them to my (somewhat reluctant) husband and daughter. So it was in 2006 we got our first Labrador who, after a family meeting, we named Dori. As we all became accustomed to the warmth Dori brought to the home it also saddened us to discover she suffered from a form of dwarfism that affects her legs and general mobility. It never ceases to amaze me that someone with such a big heart could have such short legs. However, it wasn’t too long before we got our second Lab, Perdi who has become a great companion to her. It soon became apparent that precocious Perdi was pretty intelligent so I sought out ways that we could keep her both mentally and physically active. It was as a result of this that I got bitten by the Dog Agility bug (and bitten hard!).  Perdi has shown a genuine talent for competing and has managed to drag me up to Grade 5. It was at an Agility Show where I first came across Canine Massage Therapy. From my own experience of seeing Dori struggling as she gets older and the benefits of massage to Perdi while competing and training, I decided to embark on the 2 year Diploma course with the Canine Massage Therapy Centre.”

“Those 2 years really challenged me and took me right back to when I obtained my BSc in Psychology. However, this course provided me with a deeper insight into the dogs anatomy than I ever could have imagined.  Having gone through the theoretical study of canine physiology leading up to practical weekends and in depth case studies, I acquired the skills, knowledge and motivation to make a real difference to the lives of dogs. As an Associate Member of the Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists I also benefit from continuous professional development courses ensuring my skills and knowledge are refreshed and kept fully up to date. Near the end of my training our house once again echoed to the sound of tiny paws as Rogue (a Border Collie) became the latest member of our ever expanding family.  As a lifelong dog lover and multiple dog owner Canine Massage Therapy has given me an opportunity to combine my passion with my work while meeting loads of interesting characters (both human and canine) along the way.”


Kirsti Dix – Founder and Owner of Canine Rebalance


Tel: 07954 287706


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The Agility Dog and Therapeutic Canine Massage
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