This webinar is an interactive question and answer session with Michelle. There will be some slides to provide you with the important information on the courses and we have plenty of questions already that have been emailed in such as.
Q & A Time with Michelle
Throughout the live Q&A webinar, you will have the opportunity to ask Michelle any questions you have about both the Certificate Courses in Canine Therapies and the new 2024 options. Michelle has been running a successful Canine therapy business for twenty one years and has supported over four hundred students through her courses to become qualified Canine Therapists. Take this opportunity to ask questions specific to your situation. No question is too small so don't hesitate to put your hand up to ask.
What Students Say About Our Courses:
Here's what some of our graduate students have said about the Canine Therapy Courses
"I highly recommend this course. You are taught to think about each dog individually and what their specific needs are. There’s no one size fits all approach. You will learn the foundations of massage and massage techniques as well as how the different pathologies affect the dogs and how they move. You will have the skills to offer an effective treatment plan specific to each dog and also a plan that works for your own body and hands."
- Kim L - Certified Canine Remedial Massage Therapist
"I was worried about learning and remembering the science part of the study which later disappeared once we started learning the more practical module. It all came into place then. When comparing other courses, this is the most extensive and up to date content. It is well paced and is a supportive learning environment. There is lots of knowledge to be acquired during the workshop."
- Cassandre - Certified Canine Hydrotherapist
"I was concerned it would be difficult for me having zero background but upon moving through the course, everything did come together, just like you said it would. I enjoyed finally learning something I'm passionate about and it was easy to integrate into my current lifestyle. I was nervouse to start but by the last day, I didn't want it to be over."
- Lisa N - Certified Canine Remedial Massage Therapist
"I found this course to be supportive, engagine and highly informative. The virtual workshop had LOTS of additional information despite how well researched and documented the modules were (which is quite an achievement). And being virtual meant no travelling, and not having to miss if you are sick is an additional bonus!"
- Jessica M - Certified Canine Remedial Massage Therapist
"I had no prior skills in this industry and this course gave me the skills as well as the confidence to take hydrotherapy sessions on a clinic. Best career move I ever made"
Emilie - Certified Canine Hydrotherapist
"Since qualifying, I have successfully added Canine Remedial Massage therapy to my existing business. I work from home but also provide in clinic visits for the local vet who now refers patients to me."
Shirlene - Certified Canine Remedial Massage Therapist
About Your Host MICHELLE MONK
Michelle Monk is the founder of Canine Health & Wellbeing Academy and of Dogs in Motion Canine Rehabilitation Clinic.
She is a qualified Human & Animal Physiotherapist with over twenty one years experience running a successful Canine Rehabilitation Centre and teaching Canine Rehabilitation techniques to others at both entry level and university level.
As one of Australia's leading experts in Canine Rehabilitation Michelle is passionate about caring for dogs and also loves empowering others to join this ever-expanding and hugely rewarding industry.