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Canine Massage

Sigle Skeries Hons. B.A., LMT, MH, BHSII

 

Sigle (Sheila) Skeries has an Honours Bachelor of Arts in educational psychology from York University, is a licensed massage therapist, master herbalist and British Horse Society Intermediate Instructor.  Her qualifications in therapeutic massage have been secured through training at The Complementary Therapies School in Gerrards Cross, England and successful completion of the ITEC licensing examinations. Sigle has successfully completed her training in Herbal Medicine through the East West School of Herbal Medicine based in Ben Lamond, California.  Sigle has 20 years teaching experience and over 30 years experience in the animal industry.

 

Sigle established Treetops in 1991 and has focused solely on equine and canine rehabilitation since 1995. Sigle provides rehabilitation services to horses and companion animals in massage, hydrotherapy, herbal remedies and nutrition. Sigle offers her services for horses as outcalls to clients in King, Caledon, South Simcoe and Dufferin County.  Sigle is very pleased to offer her canine services at Doggieville based in Newmarket, Ontario.  In 2000 Sigle developed a comprehensive certification program in canine and equine massage therapy.  Sigle also teaches a certification course in Pet First Aid and workshops on Herbal and Aromatherapy Remedies for Animals and Canine Nutrition.  All of these courses are offered in a variety of formats including live face to face classes, home study and through the online animal care college ~ E-Training For Dogs (www.e-trainingfordogs.com) based in Colorado, USA.

 

Sigle is actively involved in the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog program in South Simcoe, is the current President of the Canadian Animal Massage and Bodyworkers Association (CAMBA) as well as being a member of the British Complementary Medicine Association, Independent Professional Therapists International and the Guild of Complementary Practitioners.

 

If you would like to learn more about Treetops and the courses offered please go to www.treetopsweb.com

 

What is Canine Massage?

 

Massage is an ancient art that engages the deliberate and manual manipulation of the muscle, sinew and joints of the body to improve elasticity, range of motion, and circulation.

 

Health promotion and injury prevention

Regular massage therapy is highly recommended for hard working athletes in any discipline. Massage therapy helps to keep soft tissue in top working condition that improves strength, speed and agility in every athlete.  Furthermore, regular massage therapy allows for the early detection of soft tissue abnormalities. This minimizes layoff or rehabilitation time by preventing small problems from becoming career ending issues.

 

Rehabilitation

Massage helps in the healing process often shortening the time required for soft tissue injury rehabilitation. Massage will make a significant improvement in the quality of healing seen after these common injuries or surgeries: strain, sprain or torn muscles, tendons or ligaments; post op hip replacement; chronic lameness and post trauma.  For broken limbs massage therapy provides valuable supportive therapy for the physical compensation that will occur as a result of the fracture. 

 

Palliative care

Massage therapy is beneficial for seniors as it improves blood circulation increasing body temperature, improving muscle tone and flexibility. Clients feel rejuvenated and more energetic after their massage therapy session.

 

Canine Massage Session Rates and Inclusions are as follows ~

Service provided                                                                                                Fee         

 

Initial appointment – assessment, full body massage, homecare program              $100 + GST = $105.00                      

Subsequent appointment – full body massage and update homecare program        $60 + GST = $63.00

 

* Homecare plans may include mini-massage routines, hydrotherapy, physical exercises, diet and supplement suggestions and / or herbal supports.  The aim with all homecare plans is to allow the animal with the help of its guardian to continue to progress in the healing process.

 

*In order to ensure success and comfort for your dog during their massage session we ask that you ensure that your dog is dry and groomed, being free of excess mud and sweat.  We also ask that you contact the office should your dog be on any medications or is due to receive vaccinations or is unwell as we may need to rebook the massage appointment to a time when your animal is in good health.

 

Massage sessions are by appointment only at Doggieville on Mondays or Tuesdays between 11am and 3pm.  Evening appointments can be arranged by special request.  Please contact Doggieville directly to book the appointment.

               

   
 
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