Why pet massage?

Pet massage not only has a lot of benefit to your pet's physical health and mental health, it is also a great tool of prevention.

By massaging your pet regularly, you will get familiar with your pet's body. As a result, you will be the first to know if there is slightest change in their body.

Regular massage helps with blood circulation. For pets who have chronic illnesses can get great relief from regular massage and acupressure.

This course will cover the 6 basic massage techniques that you can use on daily basis at home.

Ada Li - Pet Massage Therapist, Acupuncturist, Dietitian - Hong Kong

Business owner at Momo Doggie Massage in Hong Kong, Ada has been doing ongoing study and practice of pet massage for over 10 years. Ada practises a unique method of a combination of Chinese meridian acupuncture and Western lymphatic theory. Target different layers of muscle with appropriate pressure, it helps to bring relaxation, muscle and joint mobility and stimulate blood circulation. This is especially beneficial to special need cats and elderly cats.

Ada’s professional qualifications includes: Japan Chihiro Agui Accredited Professional Pet Massage Therapist, Japan Pet Massage Association, JPMA Registered Pet Massage Therapist, PYIA Japan Pet Medicine Dietary Management Qualification Certification, Certified Pet First Responder, International BHL Pet Care Instructor Certification

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