4246 Turner Road Southeast
Salem, OR 97317
In Bodywork and Behavior: Resolving Problems through Touch, the presenter will speak on the correlation between physical state, mental state, and behavior.
This presentation will introduce you to bodywork modalities such as massage and t-touch while discussing their effect on a dog’s actions and reactions. Attendees will also learn simple massage techniques that can be used to calm and reduce stress in their own canines.
Sara Masser- Certified Small Animal Massage Practitioner
“I’ve always had a deep love for animals, and was ecstatic when I came across animal massage as a profession. I attended Northwest School of Animal Massage in July 2012 and earned a first level certification in maintenance massage. I returned in September 2013 to become certified in performance massage, which includes myofacial release therapy, trigger point therapy and stess point massage. I believe the benefits of massage are widespread and acts as a great way to improve a pets life while reducing stress and mental fatigue. If it’s good for you, it’s good for them!”