The Horse Lover's Guide to Massage - What Your Horse Wants You to Know

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SKU:
HTB108
Weight:
0.65 LBS
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Author:
Megan Ayrault, LMP
Publication Year:
2009
ISBN:
9780982255612
Page Count:
96
Publisher:
Power Of Touch For Animals

It's a fact. Massage makes your animals healthier and happier!

These books will help you understand the many benefits of equine massage and bodywork. Learn basic techniques to support the physical as well as emotional health of the animals you love.

* Six ways that massage works and why
* Beautiful color photographs show techniques step-by-step
* Simple, easy-to-follow diagrams
* How to identify your animal's stress and dysfunction
* Learn to improve your touch skills
* Tips on finding and working with a professional

What experts are saying about The Horse Lover's Guide to Massage:
As a Veterinary chiropractor, I feel it is important for animal owners to do follow-up massages at home after my treatments. The Dog Lover's Guide to Massage and The Horse Lover's Guide to Massage are perfect guides. Both books show owners how to proceed safely while providing very beneficial therapy. This knowledge would enable owners to detect problem areas more easily and give them valuable tools to provide pain relief and aid healing for their own animals. If more owners practiced the techniques discussed in these books, their animals would very likely need fewer treatments from their veterinary chiropractors.... Megan Ayrault is a gifted massage therapist; I have seen the benefits of her work firsthand.... and she conveys the same calm, patient, healing intention to the readers of her books.
As an equine and canine veterinarian, chiropractor, and acupuncturist, I would love for all of my clients to have the education that Megan's animal massage books provide!Dr. Kari De Leeuw DVM, VSMT, CVA Equine Holisitc Sports Medicine, Moss Beach, CA

Megan Ayrault is a Licensed Massage Practitioner for animals and people, and a professional educator with a Master's degree in teaching from Seattle University. Prior to her current bodywork career, Megan worked with horses, including teaching therapeutic riding for children and adults with disabilities, and has taught elementary, secondary, and adult education. The many paths of her professional and personal background interconnect in her private practice, in her teaching with the Northwest School of Animal Massage, and in the creation of the All About Animal Massage website and book series. Together with her colleagues, Megan is dedicated to inspiring and supporting all animal lovers in discovering the benefits of massage and bodywork for the animals in their care.