Meet Amy Snow and Nancy Zidonis, Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute

Amy and Nancy are the founders and owners of Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute in Castle Pines, CO.

Cattie: I “virtually met” Amy several years ago when I contacted her to ask if she would be interested in doing a guest post about Tallgrass for Animal Massage Guide. To my delight, she said yes (you can read that post here), and we have since kept in touch and collaborated on other posts. Amy and Nancy do amazing work and are recognized worldwide as leaders in their field, and I couldn’t be more excited that they agreed to be regular contributors to Animal Wellness Guide.

Amy & Nancy:

Introducing Amy Snow and Nancy Zidonis –
Co-Founders of Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute

Amy and Nancy, Tallgrass Animal Acupressure InstituteNancy and Amy are the pioneers in the field of equine, canine, and feline acupressure. They have authored eight animal acupressure-related texts and write for publications in the US, Canada, England, and Australia. They have created a number of learning tools for people to expand their knowledge of animal acupressure beyond their books including DVDs, meridian charts, and Apps for mobile devices.

Nancy began her work in equine acupressure in the early 1980s. She wrote the first equine and canine handbooks. Over the past years, she has written many books and a comprehensive 330- hour certificate training program, plus she teaches acupressure and tui na. Today, Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute offers online and hands-on courses worldwide. Nancy comments, “It’s so gratifying to see how people understand what we owe to our animals and that they are excited about giving back to them by providing acupressure for their health and well-being.”

Nancy is the Program Director at Tallgrass, adjunct faculty at Hocking College in Ohio, and a founding Board Member of the National Board of Certification for Animal Acupressure & Massage (www.nbcaam.org). She studied at the International Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has a background in veterinary homeopathy. She is looking forward to making a contribution to the Animal Wellness Guide resource.

Amy joined Nancy in founding Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute in 1998. She has co-authored the eight acupressure books and the certificate animal acupressure online and hands-on animal acupressure training program. Amy began her studying of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1976 and has worked with dogs and horses since childhood. She studied at the International Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Acupressure Institute in California.

Amy is the Immediate-Past Chair of the National Board of Certification for Animal Acupressure & Massage, a founding board member of NBCAAM, adjunct faculty at Hocking College, and the Director of Education at Tallgrass. She teaches acupressure and tui na worldwide.

Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute Tallgrass is an approved school for the Dept. of Higher Education through the State of Colorado, an approved provider of NCBTMB CE’s, and accepted by NCCAOM. To contact them: phone: 888-841-7211; web: http://www.animalacupressure.com email: Tallgrass@animalacupressure.com

 
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Amy and Nancy are co-founders of Tallgrass Publishers and Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute. They have been in the complementary animal health field for over 35 years, have co-authored many books, and teach acupressure and tui na worldwide. Learn more about Amy and Nancy
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