Today’s guest post comes to us from Amy Snow, founder (along with Nancy Zidonis) of Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute and co-author of Equine Acupressure: A Working Manual, The Well-Connected Dog: A Guide to Canine Acupressure, Acu-Dog – A Guide To Canine Acupressure, ACU-Horse: A Guide to Equine Acupressure, and Acu-Cat: A Guide to Feline Acupressure. They have also written several manuals and produced DVDs (see my review of Introduction to Small Animal Acupressure), course manuals and many other products (read more about The Well-Connected Dog, Acu-Dog, Acu-Cat, and Acu-Horse).
Amy is also the lead instructor for Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute Practitioner Certification Training Program, and one of the Co-Chairs of NBCAAM.
Tallgrass is acknowledged world wide as the premier educator when it comes to animal acupressure, and Amy and Nancy are true leaders in their field. They travel all over the world to teach – check out the school lists for Canada, Australia, the UK and Europe for upcoming dates in your area.
I am thrilled that they agreed to be featured on AWG, so without further ado: