PET MASSAGE 

Dogs and cats benefit from massage therapy as do humans. It is targeted manipulation of muscles and skin to refresh blood circulation throughout all systems, organs and tissues of your pet’s body. The result is a healthier, more comfortable feeling of well being that benefits many physical conditions

and illnesses.

 

BENEFITS: 

  • Stimulates blood circulation and speeds healing

  • Reduces anxiety and stiffness

  • Relieves aches and pains

  • Strengthens the immune system

 

Cranial Sacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle touch that stimulates movement of the central nervous system to unite brain messages with the rest of your pet’s

body. The result is relaxation that sends healing throughout your pets body for better health and coordination.

 

BENEFITS: 

  • Improves motor coordination

  • Improves orthopedic problems

  • Reduces chronic back pain

  • Optimizes natural healing and builds immunity

 

Lynne Flanagan is a certified Small Animal Massage Therapist and Reiki, pet massage instructor and founder of Paws That Matter. She offers her massage services at IAHC and appointments can be scheduled directly with her at 508-229-8302.

 

www.pawsthatmatter.com

 

 

Lynne Flanagan is a certified Small Animal Massage Therapist and Reiki, pet massage instructor and founder of Paws That Matter. She offers her massage services at IAHC and appointments can be scheduled directly with her at 508-229-8302.

 

www.pawsthatmatter.com

REIKI (ray-key)

Reiki is an ancient healing energy that combines with the innate intelligence of the body to heal. It is practiced with hands-on or above the body. Reiki is generally felt as a soft warmth or vibration that brings calm and comfort while helping to relieve pain and encourage healing. Reiki works with all modalities and can be done in conjunction with Western medicine.

 

Reiki is beneficial in working with physical conditions such as cancer, emotional issues such as anxiety or fear and the behavioral patterns that derive from these conditions.