November 28th, 2011 Learn Massage and Acupressure

Trying to Choose Between Massage or Acupressure?

Your Animals Want Both!

Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute (TgAAI) and the Northwest School of Animal Massage (NWSAM) are teaming up to offer an intensive animal acupressure and massage certification class to qualified participants. 

Both schools are internationally recognized for the excellence of their individual levels of training. Nancy Zidonis and Amy Snow are pioneers of animal acupressure and bring their expertise to this partnership.  Lola Michelin and Kim Bauer have taught side by side for over 10 years to bring awareness to the animal community.

Whether you are an animal caretaker/owner looking for ways to enhance your animalís well-being or aspire to work as a professional in the animal health care field, your search is over.  This newest endeavor is geared to the serious student who is looking to complete certification with both Tallgrass and NWSAM.  Have you already completed one of these two outstanding programs?  Are you currently enrolled or looking to enroll soon?  Anyone can benefit from this opportunity to combine training in these complimentary modalities.  We will be releasing details in the coming weeks about how to streamline your learning and get credit for work that you do in each modality.

Tallgrass and NWSAM are leaders in the animal body work field and were instrumental in the creation of the National Board Certification for Animal Acupressure and Massage (NBCAAM). NBCAAM is proactively setting the standards for animal massage and acupressure and graduation from either of these schools allows you to sit for the national examination.

Stay tuned for detailed information, dates and more exciting news!  To be your best, learn from the best.