Canine Massage Therapy, Acupressure, Reiki, Essential Oil Therapy
   

 

 

    
Acupressure

A form of traditional Chinese medicine, acupressure may be thought of as "acupuncture without needles".  Specifically, acupressure can:
  • relieve muscle spasms

  • build the dog's immune system

  • release endorphins necessary to reduce pain

  • release natural cortisone to reduce swelling

  • enhance mental clarity required for focus in training 
    and performance, and

  • resolve injuries more readily by removing toxins and 
    increasing blood supply.

In acupressure, the body is viewed as an interconnected energy system, in which the body energy known as "chi" flows along pathways called meridians.  Stimulation or sedation of points lying along these meridians moves the energy, balancing the chi and relieving or preventing blockages and excesses that can cause discomfort, pain and disease.
    

    

 

Grace M. Granatelli, CMT, RMT
Certified Canine Massage Therapist
Scottsdale, AZ  85254
Phone/fax:  480 / 948-9560
Cell: 
602 / 818-1669
email:
  pawsitivetouch@att.net


Grace is a certified canine massage therapist and does not
diagnose or treat animals.  Massage is not a substitute
for regular Veterinary care.  Contact your Veterinarian
if your dog has a serious health issue. 


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