Massage Therapy


Benefits of canine massage:

  • Relieves pain and stimulates motor nerves
  • Improves flexibility at the joints
  • Relaxes/stimulates muscles to relieve soreness
  • Improves blood flow
  • Stimulates peristalsis
  • Improves tone and elasticity of skin
  • Stimulates the movement of lymphatic fluid

Canine:

Caring for your pet, in our society, is just as important as taking care of your children. Typically, they are our children. We should give them the best and most effective treatments for everything from stiffness and fatigue to hip dysplasia and arthritis. Massage is an option that has numerous benefits for both you and your pet. Massage is a hands-on approach to keeping your pet healthy that doesn’t involve anything too demanding. Imagine giving your pet something they love and something you do not have to worry about.  It is a known fact that animals of many species (including us) thrive better when touched than when they are not.   Dog massage is a perfect solution to their problems and your worries.

Benefits of massage for you:

  • Relieves pain
  • Increased range of motion
  • Improves relaxation
  • Decreases tension and stiffness
  • Decreases stress levels
  • Increases oxygen supply to the cells
  • Improves tone and elasticity of skin
  • Stimulates the movement of lymphatic fluid

The most important thing you can do in life is to take care of yourself. Your health is vital to you. Occasionally, you might be sore, tense, or just in pain. A massage may be just what you need. It doesn’t matter why you need one. It doesn’t matter if you are an athlete, who spends their entire day training, or a computer programmer who sits if front of a computer all day. Perhaps you didn’t even hurt yourself. A massage could be just a gift to yourself.

Trigger Point:

Relieves issues pertaining to previous injuries, irritation or stress.  This is achieved by addressing the root cause of discomfort which may not necessarily be the focus point of the pain.

Deep Tissue:

Utilizes long deep strokes designed to strip the muscle to allow release of toxins.  This is frequently used in combination with other  therapy to achieve an optimal experience for the client.

Movement Therapy:

A combination of stretching, movement, muscle lengthening and increasing strength of a specific muscle.  A few things that muscles need to help function normally.

Swedish Massage:

Swedish Massage is a wonderful introduction to the entire massage experience or is used to provide an extra measure of relaxation to that stressed client.   It is a less intense therapy addressing the whole body.

The intensity of these massages is intended to be invigorating and healing.  Massage is designed to increase your range of motion, relieve pain and encourage your body to heal.  Whether you just ran ten miles or took your dog for a walk, a massage could be a lovely way to start or end your week.

 

Contact Maddy Turner

  • 503-799-7928 Call or text
  • wetdogs@hotmail.com