Balance Clinical Canine Massage
About the Therapist
Hi my name is Shona Magill and I run Balance Clinical Canine Massage. I am based near Oban but looking to expand to Fort William, Lochgilphead and potentially the Isle of Mull. I am happy to look at other areas in and around Argyll, Lochaber and the West Highlands, so don’t hesitate to get in touch.
I became introduced to canine massage when searching for something to help support and improve the mobility of my collie who has suffered from hip dysplasia since 6 months old. I wanted something that took a holistic view of his movement, anatomy and physiology. Canine massage really helped improve his quality of life, giving him back his bouncy happy nature. I was so impressed by the whole approach I decided to look into becoming a canine massage therapist myself.
Now that I am a practising clinical canine massage I can honestly say it is a pleasure to be able to help dogs and improve their quality of life. Canine massage really does produce visible results helping to manage pain and promote mobility and flexibility. And what’s more is that your dog will feel the difference massage can make. It is great for dogs of all ages as well as sports and working dogs alike.
In my spare time I enjoy anything that involves fresh air – walking, camping and cycle-touring.