I pursued certification in animal massage to help pets maintain or regain a healthy lifestyle.  Massage training includes massage techniques, anatomy, kinesiology, and how to learn from my canine and feline clients.  While providing massage I enjoy watching tension simply flow away.  Encouraging a pet’s own body to help itself recover faster and endure less pain following an injury, surgery or illness is even more rewarding.
 

Raised with dogs and horses, I enjoy being a volunteer and foster mom for canine rescue groups.  As a an owner of rescued dogs and a foster parent for dogs and puppies I have used stroking techniques to socialize and to reduce anxiety.  As a student in obedience, rally, and agility I chatted with many people about the health of their canine companions and athletes and realized that massage would be an enormous benefit for them and their dogs.


I would love to help your canine companion or athlete be the best it can be — and I massage cats, too!

 

 

About Rebecca

My corgi mix Pancho modeled for the Pawsitive K9 Massage logo and enjoys helping me learn new techniques. 

Thor was one of my canine instructors.

Certification:

Nationally Certified in Canine Massage

 Northwest School of Animal Massage

        - Small Animal Massage Practitioner (SAMP)

        - Small Animal Rehabilitation Massage Specialty

Brandenburg Massage Therapy

       - Certified Canine Massage Therapist (CCMT)

 

Additional training:

Reiki for Animals

Reiki Practitioner (2nd level)

 

Memberships:

Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP)

International Association of Animal Massage & Bodywork (IAAMB)
National Board of Certification for Animal Acupressure &
 Massage (NBCAAM)

Shelter Animal Reiki Association (SARA)