Jasmine Canine Massage is a business based between Mansfield and Nottingham, offering clinical canine massage.
My name is Joanne Weston and I completed the Diploma in Therapeutic Canine Massage with the Canine Massage Therapy Centre (CMTC) in 2014. I joined the Canine Massage Guild in January 2015.
The Canine Massage Guild supports the professional development of clinical canine massage practitioners trained by CMTC and requires completion of a minimum of 25 hours Continual Professional Development (CPD) each year.
I use the Lenton Method (registered and trademarked), an integrative blend of disciplines of massage (sports, deep tissue, myofascial release and Swedish techniques) to provide tailored treatment to improve mobility, ease muscular pain and improve the qualify of life of the canine.
I provide a friendly, professional, ethical and affordable service. Clinical canine massage is a safe and effective therapy that can identify and treat issues that other veterinary practitioners may have overlooked or where X-rays and MRI scans are inconclusive. Refer to the Conditions section for further details.
The canine has about 700 muscles accounting for about 44% of body weight. As a clinical canine massage therapist I can treat specific muscular injuries and reduce chronic muscular pain associated with common orthopaedic conditions such as osteoarthritis and hip dysplasia.
Do not hesitate to contact me to discuss how clinical canine massage could improve your dog’s quality of life.
Tel: 01623 472586 / 07580 318804
Website address: Jasmine Canine Massage