Services/Fees

Our Services and Fees

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Due to the nature of energy work such as acupressure, acupuncture, chiropractic work, and similar modalities, the effects tend to be cumulative, and progress through several individual sessions.  Therefore, we strongly urge you to commit to a number of acupressure sessions in order to assure the best possible outcome for you and your horse, dog, or cat.

Our first session with your horse, dog, or cat will likely be the longest.  First sessions typically last between an hour-and-a-half to two hours.  We will need you to be on hand to give a complete and thorough history of your animal:  physical, mental, environmental… everything from birth to now… from food to supplements, from relationship with other animals to relationship with humans… from daily routine to training and ambitions… and more.

Subsequent sessions will be less time consuming, as the above information will be on file, and usually last from 40 minutes to an hour.  Though it’s preferable you be with your pet during subsequent sessions, if you cannot for any reason, we ask that you have someone available who can hold your horse, dog, or cat and answer pertinent questions.

HGeorgia cropeedorses   

First Visit:  $75.

*Subsequent Visits:  $60.

*Four-Visit Package:  $210.

 

Nick the DogDogs 

First Visit: $65.

*Subsequent Visits:  $50.

*Four-Visit Package:  $190.

 

Cats             Cat edited

First Visit: $55.

*Subsequent Visits:  $40.

*Four-Visit Package:  $160

 

*No longer than one month between visits.

Mileage fee

First 60 miles (round trip) included in fee

$.50 for each mile over 60; mileage can be divided among clients at the same location/vicinity.

Fees may be pre-paid or remitted at the time of service.

Gift certificates are available.

Discounts:

Ask us about discounted fees for rescue or therapeutic organizations, or multiple animals (four or more) at the same facility.

Talks/Presentations:

Lynn and Diane are both available to give talks and demonstrations for your group or organization… just contact us.

There are times when acupressure is contraindicated, such as:

  • pregnancy
  • undiagnosed illness or pain
  • fever
  • recent veterinary treatment such as hock injections, vaccinations, etc.
  • undiagnosed/untreated acute conditions

Our service area is the Greater Miami Valley, Ohio region.  If you live outside this area and are interested in our services, please contact us directly.

Note:  Equine acupressure is a non-invasive modality intended to enhance well-being  in the healthy horse – it is not designed to replace proper veterinary care.  If in doubt regarding the physical health of your horse, please consult your veterinarian.