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Saturday, Jun 8, 2019 – 9 am to 12 pm

$1/minute Canine Massage Session at Bark in the Park

Fallen timbers
3100 Main St., Unit 1599
Maumee, OH 43537

Come join us and Jonathan Rudinger (founder and instructor at the PetMassage Institute) as he does mini massage sessions.

Jonathan began his massage career in 1982 and is a medically trained licensed human massage therapist and registered nurse. For over 20 years, Jonathan has devoted his life to developing and perfecting the practice of canine massage. Learn how PetMassage can help your dog. Jonathan’s books will be available to purchase.

PetMassage, Ltd.
www.petmassage.com
info@petmassage.com
800.779.1001

September 26-29, 2019

Animal Bodyworker Conference
Hosted by: IAAMB/ACWT and NBCAAM

September 26, Thursday AM

Jonathan will be teaching a 3-hour CE workshop: “Canine Myofascial Release.”
You already know what the muscular fascia is. In this workshop, we’ll learn ways to identify subtle muscular and energetic movement. These fundamental applications are essential in massage. They will transform your sense of touch and elevate the quality and intentionality of your canine massage.

September 27, Friday 5 PM

Jonathan, as President of the IAAMB/ACWT, will facilitate the conference member networking/planning meeting.

September 28, Saturday 3-4:30 PM

Jonathan, creator of the PetMassage WaterWork Program, and President of the ACWT, Association of Canine Water Therapy, will be delivering a PowerPoint presentation on “Canine Water Massage.”

Imagine yourself shoulder deep in a large heated pool, holding a dog, suspended in water in front of you. You guide the dog’s body in large, sweeping movements across the surface of the water. You watch the ripples on the surface. You feel how the water drags and drifts the dog’s coat and body. There is a powerfully therapeutic value that this dog is getting. The effects of massage are enhanced.

In water, with your guidance, the dog’s body moves in ways it cannot move on dry land. Skin, coat and musculoskeletal structures float into and away from each other. Restrictions from holding patterns release. Alternative and integrative neuromuscular systems engage.

When your dog experiences his body WaterWorking, it is joyful, relaxing, rejuvenating, rebalancing, reconditioning, resoundingly therapeutic and amazingly beneficial. And the experience is just as exhilarating for you, the Canine Aquatic Massage Practitioner as well. This is The PetMassage™ WaterWork™!

Learn more and register at Animal Bodyworker Conference