Dog Massage Party – Sun 4th Feb – Southbourne On Sea


Learn how to massage your dog  with Nicky Crowe, Dog Behaviourist and Therapist.

Regular home massage keeps our dogs injury free and can ward off arthritis and other pain disorders in later life. Overweight dogs can also benefit greatly from massage.

Sunday 4th February (2pm – 4pm)

Location: Southbourne On Sea


Dog Massage Party at Beehive Studio, Southbourne with Nicky Crowe, Dog Therapist.

Regular home massage keeps our dogs relaxed, healthy, injury free and can ward off arthritis and other pain disorders in later life.

It is therapy for all kinds of health conditions. Massage helps to release any trauma held within the dogs’ body both physical and emotional.

And if you would like to have a chilled out dog – massage is one of the most instrumental tools you can use to help them. It helps to transform behavioural issues, such as, fear aggression, barking, anxiety, phobias etc.

Please make sure to pre-book your ticket as we sold out last time.


Southbourne On Sea, Pinecliffe Avenue BH6

COST: £35 per person – dogs come free. (Plus £1.50 PayPal fee)

welcome, tea & coffee and dog socialising

Introduction to dog massage: benefits, typical conditions and how massage can help

Preparation for massage: preparing the hands and mind, introduction to energy work, boney landmarks, muscles

pee break for doggies

Practical massage, touch therapy techniques, Emotional Freedom Technique, Acupressure and supplements

Practice time, mini-consultations with Nicky

Home time

You can also book and host your own Dog Massage Party please email Nicky

DOG GUIDELINES: Please note that 50% of this workshop is theory and 50% practical. So it is suitable for quiet dogs who love other human and doggie company.

Telephone/Text Nicky on 07525 127064 if you have any questions.

Love Nicky and Merlin

“I use massage as part of the home visits and behaviour consultations that I give to my dog clients because it helps me to transform a negative behaviour or energy into a calm and relaxed state. Massage is also very healing and balancing for the body as it releases blocks and aids blood flow to where it is needed.”

Nicky Crowe

Please make sure to pre-pay for this workshop as it is a small group setting.

“Great workshops! Nicky gives you a deeper understanding and connection with your fur-baby and the explains the science behind the alternative and holistic therapies available. Absolutely 100% recommend.”

Reilly Hades Taylor

About Nicky:
Nicky Crowe, founder of Chilled Out Dogs is a Dog Therapist helping dog parents with their dog’s behaviour issues as well as providing nutritional advice, dog massage and energy treatments. Nicky has a BA (Hons) from University of Oxford and is a Public Speaker and Teacher of dog therapy techniques worldwide. She enjoys travelling the world with her dog Merlin and giving talks, therapy and workshops in the UK, Portugal, Spain, Italy and South Africa. Follow Nicky’s travel blog on instagram @merlindogwizard and on this website.