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Laura Lewis, Oxfordshire

If you are looking for a rewarding career, with a passion for what you do, have a love for dogs, enjoy in depth Anatomy and Physiology and don’t mind a lot of hard work with the support and direction you need?? Then look no further than the Practitioner Programme for Therapeutic Canine Massage

It’s definitely not a course to be taken lightly, with the theory side of the course taking up many hours, researching in depth the Anatomy and Physiology of the dog and The Theory of Massage, along side Gait Analysis and Business Awareness.

Once practical’s start, using all off your theory knowledge, you begin to put it altogether and learning everything from Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, Myofascial Release Techniques and Deep Tissue Massage, leaving the course with around 50 different techniques, as well as all you need to know about Soft Tissue Injuries and Orthopaedic Conditions. Between sessions, there is never the need to fret, as Natalie or you class support teacher are only a phone call or e-mail away, with any of your concerns about the course and in my case personal circumstances.

Natalie is a professional teacher with an outstanding knowledge of Canine Massage, making the class room environment not only a learning environment but a fun one to. If anyone ever liked what I did and asked me where I was taught these invaluable skills I will certainly be telling them or pointing them in the direction of Natalie Lenton and the Canine Massage Therapy Centre. It was quite simply a life changing course.

Laura Lewis, Oxfordshire