Welcome to Flexability Canine Massage Therapy...

I am a Clinical Canine Massage Practitioner working professionally after completing a 2 year in depth course with the renowned Canine Massage Therapy Centre, accredited by Lantra, which has given me the expertise to be able to see, treat and help any type or breed of dog.  Having been trained in 4 disciplines of massage that covers techniques in Swedish, deep tissue, sports and myofascial release, this allows me to give individual tailored care to all.

I am based in South Newington near Banbury, Oxfordshire and have throughout my life worked very closely with 4 legged friends, making me very passionate about ensuring they receive the best therapy or treatment just like us.

Testimonial:

Sally gave a thorough assessment of Tula and treatment plan. She located Tula's problem areas and worked on them all keeping Tula calm and almost asleep at times. I would recommend her to anyone who needs care for their canine buddy.

Vickie Jenkins

Canine Massage is a holistic therapy for dogs of all ages:

Does your dog suffer from joint stiffness or an orthopaedic condition such as Arthritis or Hip Dysplasia?

Canine massage can:

  • Help muscles relax and reduce tension

  • Provides pain management for ongoing conditions

  • Assist with rebuilding atrophied (wasted) muscles

  • Make your dog more comfortable and improve their quality of life.

November 2019 Update:

Working as a canine massage practitioner is the best job ever! Being able to offer help to dogs in many ways, especially by relieving pain and aiding the natural repair in injury or issues such as arthritis, hip dysplasia, general wellbeing in the older dogs. Seeing them enjoying the treatment is very rewarding.

To maintain a high standard of treatment offered I have recently completed further training which has improved my knowledge and massage skills. This included manual Lymphatic drainage which I now offer to help any dogs post surgery, illness or injury. By aiding the rehabilitation of the bodies immune system, reducing any Oedema or swelling so encouraging the flow and drainage of lymph. Oct (2017) I also gained a CPD accredited certificate in Dog First Aid Emergency Canine Care to add to my list of canine qualifications!

                                                                                                                          

Sally Walker

Tel:  07825212392

Email: flexabilitycm@gmail.com  

Vet's Consent:

Before any treatment can be started I need to have written consent from your dog’s vet. 

This is required by any therapist as stated in the Veterinary Act of 1966.

Please download form from Veterinary Consent page.

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As a member of the Canine Massage Guild I am committed to maintaining high standards and continued professional development.

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