In collaboration with experts, we have various complementary care that will benefit your canine companion.
Canine Balance | Sarah McFarlane
Canine Balance provides “Natural hands on” therapy treating soft tissue injuries and unresolved or reoccurring lameness. By allowing muscles to strengthen and joints to increase in flexibility, it aims to create a balanced dog.
Accreditation with the Canine Rehabilitation Institute (United States) and a “Canine Myofunctional Therapy” certificate (Australia), Sarah trained under Australia’s pioneer physiotherapist, Peter Schofield in canine muscle manipulation. She is a qualified dog therapist with over 20 years of experience in finding body imbalances, easing and eliminating the dog’s issue in a natural way.
Sarah offers canine massage therapy, neurofacial release, canine rehabilitation therapeutic exercises, cross fit training including stretching exercises, and gait analysis.
Corio Bay Canine Rehabilitation | Sandy Hallman
Offering remedial massage and canine salt therapy. Salt therapy is the process by which tiny particles of salt are utilised in a vapour tent to benefit dogs afflicted with respiratory and skin conditions.
K9 Mobile Massage | Nicole Ashton
My name is Nicole Ashton, I am a qualified canine remedial massage therapist and also a qualified WEBB (Whole Energy Body Balance) practitioner able to provide a range of body work treatments to suit your dog. I provide a mobile service to the Greater Geelong Region. As a member of ACRA (Australian Canine Rehabilitation Association) you can be confident your dog is in good hands.
K9 Mobile Massage … Bringing the joy back to movement!