Benefits


  • Relieve muscle spasms
  • Help balance muscle tension
  • Build the immune system
  • Benefit chronic health issues
  • Strengthen muscles, tendons, joints, and bones
  • Help stimulate the healing properties of the body
  • Release natural cortisone to reduce swelling and inflammation
  • Release endorphins necessary to increase energy or relieve pain
  • Enhance metal clarity and calm, required for focus in training and performance
  • Resolve injuries more readily by increasing the blood supply and removing toxins

Animal Acupressure is NOT intended to replace medical or veterinary healthcare.


An Animal Acupressure Practitioner cannot provide a medical diagnosis, prescribe medications,

perform surgical procedures or provide chiropractic manipulations.


Acupressure should not be used when an animal has a fever, an infection or a congestive heart condition.

What is Animal Acupressure?


Animal Acupressure is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) just like acupuncture and other forms of energetic medicine. This ancient healing art is composed of a series of theories that guides the practitioner toward specifically selecting the acupoints which will most effectively resolve the pattern of disharmony a particular animal is experiencing. Dogs and cats are highly responsive to acupressure because they are very in tune with their bodies. Dogs know exactly where to scratch when they feel an itch and cat's are amazing in how they cleanse and stimulate their own energetic bodies.


Animal Acupressure entails placing hands, digits or elbows on specific acupressure points which have a functional and energetic effect to support the animal’s emotional or physical well-being. An Animal Acupressure Practitioner is able to facilitate internal and emotional balance through non-invasive techniques. The practice of Animal Acupressure assists the body in restoring, replenishing and maintaining its own natural harmony and balance necessary for optimal performance, body function and prevention of injury and disease.

Animal Acupressure