We will resume in home training on June 1 utilizing appropriate caution for Covid 19
Christine works with a combination of acupressure and massage to improve canine wellness, we offer in home service to Geneva IL, North Aurora and surrounding towns.
Out of Balance
Aggressive, Unruly, Unfocused, Dominant, Develops annoying behaviors, Unmannerly
Acupressure and Massage fosters peace of mind, Helps relieve mental stress, Promotes a relaxed state of alertness, Enhances Calm Thinking, Improves ability to respond appropriately, Gaining trust through the act of being touched, Calms a nervous or hyper pet, and improves canine wellness over all
Out of Balanced
Over/under weight, Lack enthusiasm, Hyperactive, Scratching, itching, Lacks concentration, Coat dull, lacks luster and shine, skin; dry oily, hot spots, Ear infections, Yeast, smell, discharge, and Eye issues
Acupressure and Massage strengthens the immune system, fosters faster healing of muscles and ligaments; reduces pain and swelling, Enhances athletic performance, Provides greater joint flexibility and range of motion, Improves circulation of blood, Enhances the health and nourishment of skin, Treats musculoskeletal problems, Rehabilitation post operative, Rehabilitation after injury, helps relieve muscle tension and stiffness and improves canine wellness overall.
Out of Balance
Anti social, Cowers,Urinates, High strung, Fear, Shyness, Aggression, Depression, Grief and sadness,
Acupressure and massage increases awareness of the mind body connection, fosters a feeling of well-being, generates confidence, enhances self-image and self worth, satisfies the need for caring and nourishing touch, reduces sense of isolation, reduces anxiety and adds emotional to security, and can improve canine wellness over all
Many of our 4 legged clients prefer the comfortable of their own home, we come to you
St. Charles, Geneva, Batavia and the surrounding areas
New client evaluation $175.00
1 hour acupressure and massage session $90.00
4- one hour visits $326.00
We visit your home in Geneva IL, St. Charles IL, and North Aurora IL and surrounding area.
Christine Johnson- Practitioner of Animal Acupressure and Massage Wellness since 2007 and uses a combination of massage, acupressure with essential oils to help enhance your dog's physical comfort, emotional stability and overall health.
Acupressure is an ancient healing art developed over 4ooo years by the Chinese. Its purpose is to move and balance CHI (life energy) through applied finger pressure. Energy moves throughout the body, mixing with different fluids which crate different forms of Chi; Protective chi, Nutritious chi, Ancestral chi, and Source chi.
By manipulating Chi we can assist with balancing the energy within the body, to allow it to heal itself. We can identify and affect Chi by causing physical and emotional changes in the body. This energy has both tangible and intangible qualities that are understood and influenced
Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the mind, body, and spirit, being of one entity. The body is treated as a whole and Chi affects all 3 levels and we do not influence one without affecting the whole. Example feeling ill, this affects our mood/emotions, physical/energy and mental/ability.
The movement of these energy's are through the energetic pathways called meridians which are located just below the surface of the skin. These pathways move chi, blood, nutrients, body fluids, hormones, digestive fluids and waste.
There are 12 major meridians that directly relate to a specific organ. Meridians give us a way to communicate and assess each organ system. The organs energy reflects on the association point, located on the dogs back, near the spine. If there is an imbalance it will reflect either as a deficiency or excessive patterns.
the combination of acupressure and massage can improve overall canine wellness
Flower Remedies are liquid extracts of either wildflowers or pristine garden blossoms. These essences are used to uniquely address emotional and mental aspects of wellness and are vibrational in nature.
The first 38 flower remedies were formulated in 1930 by Dr. Edward Bach, an English homeopathic physician, chemist, botanist, and lover of nature who recognized the profound effect the mind and spirit could have on healing.
Medical professional also recognizes the healing power of a mind-body-spirit connection and science has shown us flower essences energetic medicines to be effective, eliciting dramatic, positive changes in their pet's behavior and their overall well-being.
Essential oils help promote emotional, physical and spiritual healing and help the body heal through the energetic vibration and essence of the natural product.
Essential oils have molecular properties, known as constituents, which have a vibration specific only to that particular plant. They also have a bio-electrical frequency that is several times greater than the frequency of herbs, food, and even the body.
Flower essence in combination with acupressure and massage are very powerful in supporting overall canine wellness