Carla Campbell, CBW EBW ESMT

For as long as humans have given and received massage for our own relaxation, athletic conditioning and in conjunction with the medical arts, we have used the same techniques to calm, condition, and aid in healing the animals who have lived and worked alongside us.

Once, a groom who could give an excellent "rub-down" was an invaluable asset to any racing stable, livery or country estate. In reality, such "rub-downs" involved advanced equine massage techniques. Today's top stable managers appreciate the same level of skill in a professional equine bodyworker.

While canine massage is a comparatively new field, it is growing all the time. Its benefits are rapidly attracting the attention and respect of veterinarians, breeders, trainers, pet owners and show and performance event competitors.

Massage is a natural and non-invasive contribution to a fit, happy and healthy life for the animals who share their lives with us.

Professional animal bodywork can

  • Calm and Relax

  • Increase Flexibility and Range of Motion,

  • Restore Natural Gait and Balance,

  • Prevent Injury,

  • Sooth Sore Muscles and Joints,

  • Hasten Recovery from Injury or Surgery,

  • Promote Healthy Skin & Coat,

  • Counteract Stress, and,

  • Best of All--

--Massage Can Make Your Animals Feel Great!