Who I Am and What I Do

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I am the first Clinical Canine Massage Therapist in Northern Ireland.


I studied with the Canine Massage Therapy Centre for 2 years on the Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner course and am a member of the Canine Massage Guild. I am also now a licensed workshop instructor which allows me to take workshops see more on my events page!


I have a natural passion for the well-being of dogs and so it was only natural my path led me to canine massage, a holistic non invasive treatment to aid dogs with soft tissue injuries and also orthopaedic issues. I am an active competitor and trainer in dog agility which gives me the advantage of knowing what these dogs do and what injuries they can pick up.


I treat all dogs from competitive championship agility dogs to pet dogs, senior dogs, show dogs, canicross or any other active working dog. I work with all sizes of dogs from the very little to the very big!!


I am skilled in four disciplines of massage; sports, swedish, deep tissue and myofascial release.


I have also completed further CPD which allows me to be able to do:


  • Lymphatic drainage  

  • Facilitated stretching

I can achieve results that you will see and you dog can feel in just 1-3 sessions.

What is Clinical Canine Massage?


This unique, strong, manipulative Remedial Massage for dogs works by releasing tight, sore muscles, removing debilitating ‘Knots’ or Trigger Points that cause referred pain and helps rehabilitate injuries by breaking down restrictive scar tissue caused by daily activities that may be responsible for your dogs discomfort.