All Paws Massage
Marta Banat is certified in small and large animal massage and is Master Reiki teacher. She has also received training in Manual Ligament Therapy, TTouch, acupressure, animal communication, image therapy and vibrational healing. Each session is tailored specifically to the unique needs and challenges of the animal client. She works together with your animal companion to release tension, restriction, pain, and stiffness, to maintain or improve mobility and to bring a sense of ease and relaxation that will in turn boost the immune system, improve breathing patterns and restore energy flows.
Vancouver Animal Massage
Nicola Way has been massaging animals for almost 20 years, providing relief from torn ligaments, over-used muscles, trapped nerves, herniated discs, neurological conditions, arthritis and more, as well as assisting with post-operative recovery. She is trained in deep tissue massage through the Northwest School of Animal Massage and is accredited in cranio-sacral and osteopathic modalities, myofascial trigger point therapy and acupressure. In 2015 she became a FitPAWS(R) Master Trainer using specialized equipment to improve flexibility and strength as part of a rehabilitation or conditioning regime, and she qualified as a Certified Canine Fitness Trainer in 2017 through the University of Tennessee.
Mind Body Tail Animal Massage
North Vancouver, BC
Susan is a certified SAMP providing Animal Massage, Reiki, and acupressure. Serving 2 areas: North Vancouver with in-home animal massage and onsite massage in Langley, at Peak Animal Wellness Services, a holistic and physical rehabilitation clinic for your pet.
Flowing River Pet Therapies
Sunshine Coast, BC
Small Animal Massage
Small Animal Acupressure
Heather Rankin assists small animals in the following and is certified by the NWSAM, WA:
Small Animal Acupressure (SAAP),
Small Animal Massage (Maintenance)(SAMP).
Other Modalities offered to Large and Small animals:
Reiki l and ll for Animals
Essential Oils for Animals
Other services offered:
FAFP/Walks ‘N’ Wags pet first aid course
FAFP/Walks ‘N’ Wags Off the Grid course
Providing the best fit per animal may be either offering a range of services per session or per modality over a number of sessions, or a mix of both. That depends largely on the individual animal receiving the service.