Canine Massage  is a recognised natural therapy that can aid to release pain and aches associated with musculo-skeletal imbalance, old age, soft tissue injuries or orthopaedic conditions  in dogs. It can also help to enhance the performance of any canine athlete.

If you are interested to learn how to provide regular maintenance massage to your dog look no further! The Beginner’s guide to Canine Massage Workshop, developed by the canine massage therapy centre, is your answer.

By the end of the workshop you will have learnt the fundamentals of canine anatomy and will be able to give your dog a 40-minute full body Swedish massage to help loosen stiff, sore or tight muscles and improve his/her sense of wellbeing.

The Beginner’s Guide to Canine Massage workshop is accredited by UK Rural Skills. It is an introductory workshop to canine massage for your own self-interest, with your own dog.  It does not enable you to treat other people’s dogs. It is unethical and  potentially dangerous  to work with other people’s dogs after a short workshop.

We are currently able to offer the Beginner’s Guide to Canine Massage as an Interactive Online Workshop allowing you to take part in the Workshop remotely.

21st & 22nd May 2024

Interactive Online BGTCM (May)

This is an Interactive Online Live Workshop where you will be guided by your instructor.