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Laser Therapy     Moxainbustion (OKYU)    TCM with Aqua Acupressure Program

Kupuna Care Program     Puppyhood Home Care Program



Laser therapy is a non-surgical, non-invasive, and painless therapy that uses modulated infrared to stimulate the animal’s body's cells in injured areas to promote healing.

Laser is particularly helpful for arthritis, degenerative joint disease, fractures, joint problems, and many soft tissue injuries. Laser therapy can be a beneficial addition to your pet's over all pain management and rehabilitation program.

Treatment that stimulates the animal’s body to heal from within with non-thermal photons of light that are administered to the body and absorbed by the injured cells.

As the laser therapy is administered, your pet will relax and enjoy the almost immediate relief of pain. Pain relief is felt in just a few minutes of therapy. Your pet also will be comfortable, and any anxiety experienced will dissipate which can improve the quality of life for your best friend!


- Effective relief of pain, inflammation, swelling

- No known side effects

- May decrease the need for surgery and medications

- Reduces healing time

- Quick to administer (approximately 3 - 10 min)

*The number of treatments depends upon the severity of the condition and it is acute or chronic.

A basic protocol 321 RULE for improved healing and decreased pain from an acute injury is 6 treatments over 3 weeks (3 treatment the first week, 2 treatments second week, 1 treatment last week)

Chronic pain due to arthritis would be weekly to monthly depending on amount of pain.


Heat therapy intended to stimulate circulation through application over acupressure point for a smooth flow of Blood and Qi. Also reduces any pain. It is one of the oldest and most effective forms of oriental therapy.

Japanese moxa is part of the chrysanthemum family.

Also, common use Loquat Leaves is anti-inflammatory, and has a relaxing, very calming smell.

The combination of moxa and massage therapy is a powerful benefit to your pets’ aches & any pain issue.

Helps senior dogs & cats feel very cozy and enhance the digest system.


Everything to know about "Watsu"

Watsu is a form of water therapy, which is also called hydrotherapy.

It involves stretching, acupressure-massage in warm water.

Generally, Watsu therapy is used to alleviate pain, discomfort caused by a range of motion, ailments, muscle wasting, and provide a rehabilitation assisting joint range of motion. The idea is that resistance of water soothes physical tension, and helps for body relaxation, which supports overall health and Qi flow of life energy.

Therapist is in the water with your furry friend and they move the canine in specific -

Gentle twisting



Acupressure- massage with acupoint

* I am a founder of WATER PAWS DANCING.

*If your dog loves to swim, doesn't like the water, or has never been in the water, we can work with your dog to make the session an enjoyable experience and safe for both you and your dog.


On-Going Treatment for Aged Dogs

It feels nice for pets to receive massages. If youʼve ever received one, you know how it feels. It refreshes the body and mind. It also nourishes the organs, muscles, tendons, and bones, and revitalizes static functions. It helps to correct the circulation of “qi (energy), blood, and bodily fluids,” which are the basic principles of Chinese medicine. In other words, massages help to balance yin and yang, which is the foundation for good health! Like people, pets also age, and this happens internally first. For our pets, aging begins about age 8. All aspects of their lives, including physical and mental functions - even feelings of loneliness - are spent dealing with pain, large and small. Pets have no one to turn to but their owners. By providing pain relief, peace of mind, fun, and lots of loving touch, we can improve the quality of our petsʼ lives. Massages enhance the heart-to-heart connection between us and our beloved pets. Also, this allows for meaningful time together. Through daily maintenance of their bodies, this program can bring out the natural healing power and enable pets to walk and eat on their own until the end of life.

Ola Package

Kupuna Care (Kupuna care includes 5 sessions)
The package includes a complimentary full bath service one time within a 6-month period from the date of the initial treatment.


This program aims to help pet owners make the most of their time after welcoming a puppy into the home for the first time. This program teaches owners how to support the growth and healthy development of puppies. It is important for puppies to be able to handle a variety of external stimuli without fear or defensiveness. If you overlook this, your puppy will become fearful and anxious about being touched and interacting with others. The animal body has four layers that prevent pathogens: skin, mucous membranes, blood, and cells. Massages can promote puppy wellness in this regard. Touching puppies, playing games with them, talking to them, and teaching them a few commands will help them develop social skills. As a result, they will be able to groom with greater ease, and their health, personality, behavior, and resistance to being left unattended will improve. Lessening stress factors leads to better health. This program is a two-day/6-hour course (3 hours/day). The course content includes:

• A 5-minute massage for your pet that can be done at home every day • an introduction to acupoints, which is essential for growth

• Massage technique for the paws • stretching of the petsʼ neck and shoulders using games

• The calming effects of tuning forks

• Puppy face and head massage

• An introduction to Gua Sha massage



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