FREE Canine Massage Day
Canine massage students will be at Zoom Room Longmont on Sunday, September 15th from 12:30 – 2pm performing FREE canine massage as part of their graduating requirements. This certification program is offered by Boulder College of Massage Therapy (BCMT).
No appointment is necessary. Walk-ins will be taken in order of arrival. 3 massage therapists will be on hand so wait time will be minimal.
We are using this time to educate the public on aspects of Canine Sports Therapy offering the massages and information about canine conditioning. These avenues are just two ways to help keep your sport dog (or even your couch potato dog) in good health preventing injuries or speeding recovery.
Before your canine’s massage try out simple conditioning techniques using FitPaws® balance equipment with our expert trainer, Jerrod Fassler. We will show you the same exercises we utilize in Pup-lates®. Learn how just a few minutes a day 2-3 days a week can improve your dog’s core strength. Every dog, every age can benefit from this information. Please call us with any questions at 303.834.8665.
Read on for more information about Boulder College of Massage Therapy:
BCMT was founded in 1975 and has a stellar reputation being named 2011 Massage School of the Year by The World Massage Festival and Massage Therapy Hall of Fame. Their Canine Massage Certification program is for existing human massage therapist (graduates of 500-hour massage program) looking to expand as well as members of the veterinary world (vets and vet techs). Students spend 96 hours over 4 modules learning canine anatomy to learning how to educate the public.
We are happy to partner with BCMT in this endeavor.