Relax HAOK9 Massage Level Two

Six more professionals from the Healing Animals Organisation qualified for the Level Two Diploma after learning a further 10 massage techniques, passive movements and stretches, exploring a variety of conditions they may encounter with dogs, conditioning and wellness in dogs including a warm-up and cool-down routine plus a unique lymphatic drainage routine. They then practiced a number of active exercises.

Classes run by AchyPaw are far more fun than traditional workshops where PowerPoint is overused as can be seen in the last few pictures here (and even the dogs get involved). Before the professionals attempt any move on a dog, they try it out on themselves first to gain a first hand experience of what it feels like

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