Canine Massage,

Acupressure, &PEMF

Amanda has been practicing canine massage and acupressure for 20+ years. She has studied and trained under some of the most esteemed therapists in the country.

Amanda earned her main certification for canine massage through Northwest School of Animal Massage. She studied Canine Acupressure through the Tallgrass School of Acupressure.

A new addition to her sessions is PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) Therapy. She is studying through the MagnaWave academy as well as studying and working with PEMF machines for multiple years before purchasing her own machine.

Amanda currently offers Massage, Acupressure, and PEMF sessions locally in Eastern Oregon/Southern Idaho, as well as at trials she is attending throughout the country.

Canine Bodywork Calendar

Date & Location Trial Info
May 19th – Kalispell, MTPrivate Bodywork Sessions – Email for appointments
May 20-22 – Kalispell, MTGlacier Chaser Trial
May 28-30 – Ontario, OR NADAC Hosted Trial
June 17-19 – Vermont Northeastern Agility Enthusiasts
June 25-26 – Maryland NADAC Hosted Trial – Periland
July 2-3 – Kansas*pending* Dogs on Q
July 8-10 – Golden, COMountain Dog Sports
Aug 17-28 – Boise, ID Boise Agility Runners and Climbers
Sept 2-3 – Stevensville, MTA Rover Runs Through It
Sept 20-25 – Gillette, WYNADAC Championships (VERY Limited sessions available)


Canine Massage Certifications:

  • Clayton College of Natural Health – Canine Natural Health Program (Massage included)
  • Equissage – Canine Program
  • Pet Massage Institute
  • Northwest School of Animal Massage – Foundation and Performance Massage Program

Bodywork Certifications and Education

  • PEMF Therapy from MagnaWave (Currently Studying)
  • Northwest School of Animal Massage – Manual Ligament Therapy – Canine Program
  • Tallgrass Animal Acupressure
  • FitPaws Canine Fitness – CCFT
  • Totofit Canine Fitness
  • Animal Reiki – Private Training
  • Essential Oils for Animal
  • Reflexology for Dogs

Amanda’s Bodywork Education

I first became interested in massage in the late 90’s when I was a teenager. At that time I was running my Border Collie, Chance and I wanted to understand how I could help her be less sore at the end of a trial weekend.

I bought every book I could get my hands on at the time (which were very few) when I found that I couldn’t find many canine massage books, I started looking into equine massage and applying those techniques to dogs.

I started offering free canine massages at local trials as a way to further my experience and education. My Dad bought me my first massage table when I was around 20 years old and he saw how passionate I was about it.

I enrolled in every online canine massage class I could as they started becoming popular, and took private lessons with a human massage therapist as well. Any canine or equine bodyworker that would let me ask questions and learn from them I did.

As bodywork became more and more popular over the years in agility I studied everything I could. Acupressure and Traditional Chinese Medicine really intrigued me and I instantly fell in love with using acupressure for agility dogs. Combining it with massage produced amazing results.

I am always wanting to expand my education, so I studied everything I could; canine massage for rehabilitation, canine fitness, manual ligament therapy (MLT), kinesiology taping, cold laser, craniosacral, nutrition, and more.

Massage, Acupressure, and Bodywork is one of my passions (along with canine nutrition and agility!) and I love working with dogs and seeing improvements with each session.

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