Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner Programme

Clinical Canine Massage is very different to what you may perceive massage to be.

Would you like to run your own Clinical Canine Massage Practice? Externally accredited by LANTRA this is the course that trains members of the Canine Massage Guild and other therapists who run their own business.

gait_analysis_for_dogsWe’ve been training people for over 8 years to become Clinical Canine Massage Therapists.  The course focuses on correct training across 4 disciplines of massage, practical and theoretical examinations, a fine working knowledge of the dogs muscular and skeletal systems as well as an awareness and an ability to assess for common orthopaedic issues, neurological implications and soft tissue injury. The Clinical Canine Massage Therapist will have a minimum of 2 Years training and specialise in the rehabilitation of muscular injury and Myofascial pain as well as providing pain management for the support of orthopaedic issues such as arthritis and hip dysplasia in dogs. Using the Lenton Method of Direct MFR, 4 Disciplines of Massage and over 50 techniques the practitioner has a unique skill set to aid in a dogs return to mobility and vitality using a scientific approach.

Remember that only Canine Massage Guild Members are trained in this remedial massage and their proven skill set is now recognised via the Review of Minor dog_massage_coursesProcedures Regime muscular skeletal group to be in the same ranking as physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and chiropractic or Mctimoney in terms of a viable therapy in the rehabilitation of an animal to comply with the Veterinary Act 1966, Exemptions Order 2015 and National Occupational Standards LANAnC61 and LANAnC62.


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What Is Clinical Canine Massage Therapy?
What Makes This Course So Unique?
How Is the Course Structured, Accredited and Assessed?
Who Is The Course For?
How To Apply for The Course
Cost & Location

Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner Programme
– Now taking Applications for 2020

– Application process starts in Autumn 2019

2 Years (Jan 2020 -Dec 2021)

Home study & practical courses in Worcestershire

£4200 plus VAT (intake 2019)

See course details for criteria