Pilates For Pooches
You can have a stronger, more fit dog!
This Innovative 4-Week Class Begins:
Monday, November 7th at 6 p.m. (Ends Nov. 21st) REGISTER NOW!
Equipment: We will have equipment for you to use during class, but to really see results, be prepared to purchase your own equipment and schedule regular practice sessions at home with your dog.
Instructor:: Stevi Quick, Certified Canine Massage Therapist
Course Fee: $95 ($80 each if more than 6 people sign up)
Whether your dog is an athletic performance dog or a healthy family pet, the enjoyable Pilates for Pooches program will help you create health and fitness goals for your dog. The dogs have so much fun working with you that they don’t want to stop! You and your favorite furry friend will enjoy this fun and innovative strengthening and conditioning program. You will learn how to perform different fitness maintenance and conditioning exercises, and do correct stretching and dynamic warm ups, as well as appropriate cool down exercises.
- Body Awareness
Pilates for Pooches will teach your dog to move from its core while actively stretching and strengthening its muscles by using various balance training tools including balls and balance discs. This class is taught by Stevi Quick, a licensed and certified therapeutic massage therapist. She will take your dog from warm ups to stretches, and from strengthening to balance. Learn how to keep your favorite pooch healthier and fit.
- Have fun with your dog
- Learn skills you can use at home
- Give your dog new confidence
- Enhance your relationship with your dog
- Enjoy a lifetime with a healthier dog.
Photos--Left, bottom row: Instructor Stevi assists Decker on the red
peanut exercise ball. Bottom right: Kristin does box work with Faith, while Jackie helps Golden Retriever Mick. Top right: Peggy works with Thunder on boxes and the disc.
Top left: Golden Retriever working double discs.
This class is only intended for healthy and sound dogs. Before beginning this class please consult your veterinarian. This class is not intended to replace medical advice or rehabilitation techniques. Always consult with your veterinarian for any helath or medical advice regarding your dog.
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