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Megan Ayrault
  • Kirkland, WA
  • United States

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Integrative Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, Shiatsu, Energy Work

Megan Ayrault's Blog

Dog hip problems and horse back pain: animal massage on-line classes

Hi Folks,

I'm in the process of launching on-line classes, one on the topic of back pain in horses

and the other on helping dogs with hip problems (pain and or weakness).

These are intended primarily for lay folks who love their animals,

but may be of interest to many of you professionals as well.

They will be available in February, and with a "public pre-launch special" during January from my website.

But if you'd like to get the deal I'm offering…


Posted on December 15, 2010 at 11:56pm

more animal massage talk....

I'm happy to have another chance to talk about animal massage via radio. This time it will be with the Natural Horse Network's radio show on Friday January 29th. The link is to listen live or anytime later. Come take a listen! (Note: Yes, the time is 5:00 as posted, but only if you're in Mountain Time!)

Posted on January 28, 2010 at 1:00am

Animal Massage Radio Interview

Hi all,
I'll be interviewed about animal massage on the Donna Seebo Show tomorrow, Tues Jan 19th, from 3-3:30 PST. If you listen live, you can also call in with your questions or comments, toll free in US/Canada at 888-815-9756. Looking forward to it!

Posted on January 18, 2010 at 3:31pm

David Letterman to feature animal massage!

Watch David Letterman's show tomorrow, Wed Dec 9th, when he interviews Maryjean Ballner, author of books on animal massage, and Expert Advisor for
The more people learn about massage for their animals, the more they'll learn about it for themselves as well!

Posted on December 8, 2009 at 7:45pm — 4 Comments

for those interested in horse massage..., please share!

There is a daily internet horse radio show with a very short tip offered by a variety of experts on a variety of horse topics. I offer a tip related to horse massage every few weeks or so. Here's a link to the recording of my latest tip about massage for the masseters (from last month already). I just got several more recorded for the coming months, which I… Continue

Posted on November 17, 2009 at 12:25am — 2 Comments

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At 11:06pm on November 30, 2009, Michelle Doyle, D.C., CNMT said…
Hi Megan,
Thanks for sending that chart regarding animal massage laws in each state. That's great...hope to take some seminars soon!
At 1:05pm on October 26, 2009, Mike Hinkle said…
How can I help? If you write an article, I will it on my Massage page for you!
At 5:17pm on July 6, 2009, Martha C. Long said…
yes thank you. It did get back to me...and yes I was thinking about the splints after we check with the vet to make sure there isn't something else going on there .. like some sort of stroke ... hoping it is just weakness. We have been working on exercise, diet, running with the other pugs and trying to make her not so lazy. She is used to lying around in the truck all the time eating what food my ex eats. We have given her a good diet, working on the water therapy when we can, massaging her joints, muscles and working her limbs.
So, I'm hoping once we get clearance from the doctor to make sure there are no underlying conditions, the splints might be able to be used as therapy to help the stretched ligaments heal, not to hinder her from using her own muscles. Thanks for the insight and any other suggestions are greatly appreciated. I did find a site for rehab supplies for dogs..and the wheeled carriage. But I think if she ends up not being able to get around at all that might be an option.
Thanks again
At 2:34pm on July 6, 2009, Martha C. Long said…
Oh how wonderful..Denmark...
I look forward to talking to you again soon.
I would love to have more people be involved in our group. I feel that animals benefit from this therapy as much as people do!!
Have a great trip.

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