So You Want to be a Doggie Massage Therapist ~ Guest Jenny Rukavina-Marchese
How much fun would it be to work with animals all day? Looking at changing careers? Thinking, I could be a massage therapist for dogs, horses, cats? How do I start? Where do I go? Is there a need in the world for more animal massage therapists?
About Jenny Rukavina-Marchese:
Jenny moved to Colorado in 2007 to start an equine rehabilitation business. During that year she attended the Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage canine and equine massage courses and became a certified practitioner. As a former Biology teacher, Jenny found herself teaching canine and equine massage courses for RMSAAM by 2008, and was thrilled to find herself in the classroom setting again. Her successful equine rehabilitation business and the main RMSAAM campus are located at her Elizabeth, Colorado Ranch. In September 2014, Jenny purchased RMSAAM from founder, Lisa Speaker and is having excited to continue to develop animal massage and acupressure programs both on site as well as correspondence course programs!
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Empowering people to know what they know about their animals.
Dr. Andi works with the energy/force/information in animals bodies to allow for magical changes that are possible for each one. This information allows owners to make different choices about the care of their animals from puppy classes to yearly vaccinations and to senior care and beyond.
What if their is a time and a place for every kind of treatment from homeopathy to energy work to surgical intervention to traditional medicine to diet changes?
With the current shift in how we view animals in our lives, often being our children, have you noticed that the information has become overwhelming as to what a parent should do….what if the “should” could go away, and we could function from what will work for each animal and the family they live with. Join Dr. Andi each week for more magical possibilities for you and your animals.