Cape Coral, FL (PressExposure) April 13, 2012 -- Animal Massage and other alternative healing modalities are becoming widely accepted by animal lovers around the world. As a result, educational opportunities make it possible to become Animal Massage Practitioners. Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage, world-renowned and one of the first schools to be formally regulated by the Department of Education has moved to its new location in Cape Coral this year!
"We really love the community of Cape Coral and are excited to offer our classes at K9 Development Center. The location's amenities and close proximity to southwest Florida International Airport make it an ideal location for us. Most of our students fly in for our programs; easy access and a friendly, comfortable environment, is very important. We are very excited to bring the art of Canine Massage Training to Cape Coral!" says Lisa Speaker, Founder and Executive Director of RMSAAM.
The 2,100 sq. ft. air-conditioned building is now Cape Coral's largest indoor Dog Training Facility, and this makes Kelly Legarreta our Canine Massage instructor, "Very grateful to have such an open space dedicated to training and teaching! The big, open-matted room is great for gait analysis, play breaks, and being able to spread out for the hands-on massage portion of the day. There are also quiet crating areas available for the dogs to relax during lecture." Kelly is also excited to bring her students to the Shy Wolf Sanctuary where they will have a chance to work on the wolves as part of the hands-on segment of Canine Level 3!
RMSAAM is approved and regulated by the Colorado Department of Continuing Education, Division of Private Occupational Schools, and is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider # 451073-09. A U.S. Department of Defense Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) program Education Provider.