I chose to study with the canine massage therapy centre as the course seemed more rigorous and thorough than any of the other courses available and believe me, I did my research!
Continue reading Jenny Coates, Reading – DogStar Therapy
“I was lucky enough to be in Nat`s first group for the `Therapeutic Canine Massage Diploma` & whilst it was extremely hard work, both theory & practical, it was well worth all the hard work & the whole course has been an unbelievable experience. The others in my group were brilliant & we bonded really well, making the course even more enjoyable. Continue reading Helen Morritt, Healing Hands Massage, York
A couple of years ago, Nat treated my elderly dog and the results were so impressive, I went on her 1 day workshop and was hooked! I completed my diploma in Jan 2012 and have set up my own business `3 Counties Canine Massage.`
Continue reading Helen Clarke (RGN), Three Counties Canine Massage, Worcestershire
I have owned dogs for many years and shown/bred them for a number of those. I have always been interested in complementary therapies and after attending a seminar presented by Nat I decided to book myself in on one of her one day Beginners Massage workshops and the rest as they say is history- 2 years and many hours of study later, I am proud to call myself a professional canine massage therapist. There are alternative courses available but this is particularly well structured and demands the highest standards. Continue reading Helen Braybrook – TudorBrook Canine Massage
Working as a small animal hydrotherapist and studying to be an animal physiotherapist I am constantly looking to maximise my ability to achieve positive results for the patients I treat. Having researched massage courses I came across the Canine Therapeutic Massage Diploma and met Natalie in person, I really liked her passion for making a difference. I knew this was the course for me.
Continue reading Hannah Meeker – Wiltshire
For the past 15yrs I have worked as a McTimoney practitioner and Equine and Canine Touch practitioner and Instructor specializing in the treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injury in horses. I have treated dogs over the years with McTimoney with some success but always felt I was unable to resolve more serious muscle issues. I was looking for a course that would provide me with a technique that could address canine muscle issues . I wanted a high level of anatomy and physiology learning content and I wanted to be taught how to locate, identify, understand and treat different muscle issues.
Continue reading Emma Overend – Northants, Leicestershire, Beds
From the very first chat with Nat on the phone, I considered that this was to be the Canine Massage Diploma Course for me. I was looking for training that would stand me in good stead should I be living in the UK, or abroad.
Continue reading Deely Cumming, Scotland Canine Massage Therapy
My first exposure to Natalie Lentonâ€™s teaching style was on one of her workshops â€œ A Beginners Guide to Canine Massageâ€ which I attended in 2009. I was very interested in pursuing a career in Canine Massage and started to research various courses. At the time Natalie was formulating the Canine Massage Therapy Centre Diploma, and after being so impressed with her professionalism, enthusiasm and obvious expertise in this field I decided to wait until details of her course were available before making a choice. Continue reading Debbie Waters, Foszies Canine Massage Therapy, Worcs
As a Professional Human Sports Therapist working with Elite Athletes I was looking for a course that could match what I had learned with Human Rehabilitation and I was not disappointed; the Canine Massage Therapy Centre is the only place you should bother looking if you want to train professionally to a high standard and have an actual business working professionally as a Professional Canine Masseuse.
Continue reading Darren Worsfold – Hampshire
or a long time I have been considering a career change that would allow me to do something that helped animals, specifically dogs, but i was looking for something a bit different to the everyday jobs. After a harrowing experience with my own elderly collie I realized that massage could be an extremely beneficial therapy in the canine world. Having explored all the courses available I decided to call the Canine Massage Therapy Centre.
Continue reading Cathy Ollerenshaw – Peak District Canine Massage