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Animal Acupressure

What is Animal Acupressure?

Animal acupressure is a practice that applies pressure to specific points of the animalís body to relive and alleviate pain and discomfort. This specific points located throughout the animals body are related to meridians of energy, the practice of acupressure testifies that by applying pressure to these specific points the flow of energy throughout that specific area can be renewed.

Animals receive multiple benefits from acupressure; improved immune system, strengthened muscles, tendons, tissue and ligaments, reduced stress, improved energy, reduced inflammations and resolved injuries. Animal acupressure can be administered by a therapist of the by the animals owner.

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Animal Acupressure
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