Galen Myotherapy

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// ONLINE WORKSHOP

Canine massage for greyhound owners



About This Workshop


A guided online workshop intended to introduce you to the benefits of canine massage and most importantly how it will benefit your greyhound.

Many of our dogs will have had racing careers which have led to a specific set of issues and injuries. Join me, with your dog if you like, online for an informative workshop and learn ways in which you can help to understand and mitigate the effects of their racing careers and identify how even minor issues can lead to more chronic problems as your dog ages.

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More details about location, your host, and how to enrol


We will look at the links between underlying pain and your dog’s behaviour, how to spot some of the indicators of chronic pain, and practical adjustments you can make at home, to help your dog.


I will demonstrate three appropriate massage techniques you can use on your own dog and provide individual instruction and feedback if you would like to practice while we are live, to ensure that you feel confident in using the techniques.

There will be plenty of time for questions and I am happy to extend the event to discuss any specific issues you may be experiencing with your own dog or if you would like to learn more about treatment.

Date and Time
Sunday 29th November 2020
10.00am - 12.30pm

Location
This is an online event. Your host will be able to provide login details on application.

Workshop Cost
The cost of the this great workshop is just £30

How To Book
As this workshop is being run by Sarah Hancox, one of our Galen Myotherapists, she is handling bookings through her own website. Please visit www.moorlandcanine.com/workshops to book your place.

I just wanted to write to let you know how much I enjoyed the one day workshop I attended last December on ‘Enhance the health & performance of your Canine Athlete’.

I found it a very good, interesting course and learnt a lot; the warm up exercise was particularly beneficial. My dog, Dodger competes in Simulated Coursing Events and canine massage is an important part of his preparation for these events. So far this year, he has had a very successful season, including winning the 32 dog stake championship at The Thame Country Show. This win has qualified him for a major final that is to be held later on in the year

Jason Futcher and Dodger