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Canine Acupressure Classes

Dr. Sue presents lively online lectures that make you think you are sitting in a class room with her as you listen to her explain the material. These classes include downloadable handouts, reading assignments, tests that are immediately graded online and a certificate of completion is awarded.

Canine Acupressure Practitioner

  • Canine Acupressure Practitioner (CAP) is awarded upon completion of the Canine Acupressure Theory and Techniques Program.
  • Master Canine Acupressure Practitioner (MCAP) A student certified as a CAP can seek advanced certification by completing an additional 100 hours of study of any combination of advanced acupressure courses and the Holistic Touch Therapy First Aid & CPR class.

Canine Anatomy (CMTT Modules 1-6)

In CMTT Modules 1-6, Dr. Sue covers the material presented in the first half of the Canine Massage Theory and Techniques Program. The online class has six dynamic PowerPoint™ presentations that stress and clearly teach how the organ systems of the dog's body perceive and respond to touch. Acupoint stimulation is a type of touch or massage. The goal of acupressure is to restore and maintain health and balance in the eleven organ systems of the body thus it is imperative to understand their anatomy and physiology.

Canine Anatomy online Modules 1-6 : $750

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Canine Acupressure

In the Canine Acupressure Theory and Techniques Program, Dr. Sue presents a comprehensive view of how the stimulation of acupoints affects the body, mind and spirit of the dog. The class material covers the fundamentals of the TMC foundation of acupressure, the anatomy and classification of acupoints, the meridian system, location of key acupoints on each of the 12 major meridians, hands-on training in canine acupressure for some common problems, and setting up an acupressure session.

Hands-on 6 Day Class (at a local facility) : $1500

This class is NCBTMB approved.

Enrollment Policy

The number of students per class is limited to four students (at times, more), depending on the facility at which classes are conducted.

A deposit is required for enrollment in all classes. The amount of the deposit is one-half of the course tuition. The balance of the tuition is due one week in advance of the course to allow time for a student to receive required pre-course materials.

A student may withdraw from a class at any time. Administrative fees may be charged.

A student may withdraw from a course at any time. No refund will be available.