The Holistic Touch Therapy clan survived Hurricane Harvey! Dulcie, Quigley, and Brandy my three Irish Wolfhounds and I are safe. The wind was fierce, and almost 30 inches of rain poured down, but lost power, water, trees, and shingles can be restored or replaced. Sending prayers for strength that those facing Irma will also weather the storm.
We want to share our good fortune at returning to almost normal by offering you a special treat:
$9.99 after September 16
Here is a sample of what you will find inside:
Figure 3 Digital Circles (a) One or two passes of small digital circles along the muscles next to (not on) the spinal column address the stress that can be felt in the longissimus dorsi. Tight spots and spasms are often located as the fingers make small circles. (b) The fingers do not slide over the coat and skin as they make their small circles; instead, they move the skin over the underlying tissues. (c) Upon completion of one or a series of two or three digital circles in one location, lift the hand and move to a new position an inch or so farther down the length of the spine. Repeat the steps until the entire length of the longissimus dorsi and related muscles have been massaged.
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HTT Onsite Class Schedule
October 7 - 8 and
November 4 - 5 classes are filling.
Maximum of 4 students.
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Students taking onsite canine massage HTT workshop with online certification are excited about their new canine massage business endeavors and are doing well.
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With a Ph.D. in Biological sciences from the University of Texas in Austin and a masters in Zoology from Southern Illinois University, Dr. Sue is devoted to the care and massaging of pets. Read her articles here.