Why study with us?

Tallgrass Animal Acupressure UK offers all the resources you need to take animal health and well-being into your own hands!

The Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Resources based in Colorado USA  has served the human and animal community for over 30 years through animal acupressure books, manuals, meridian charts, videos, and home-study, online learning. It is your place to learn everything you need to know about acupressure-massage. We are constantly expanding our products and online studies to enhance everyone’s knowledge of acupressure-massage and other forms of energetic medicine.

Tallgrass Animal Acupressure UK is affiliated to Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Resources and provides the same high standard of teaching and course materials. 

Heather Richardson has been working very closely with Amy Snow and Nancy Zidonis for the past 6 years and has developed a team of up and coming Instructors and Assistants to continue Amy and Nancy's work.

Our intent is to provide the best learning tools to give animal guardians, trainers, and healthcare practitioners access to this powerful healing modality.

The goal of working with acupressure-massage is to restore, replenish, and maintain the natural harmony and balance needed in animal and human bodies to create optimal health and well-being.  Conventional western and eastern medicines’ scientific studies and clinical observation have proven that acupressure can:

  • Relieve muscle spasms
  • Build the immune system
  • Benefit chronic health issues
  • Strengthen muscles, tendons, joints, and bones
  • Balance energy to optimize the body’s natural ability to heal
  • Release natural cortisone to reduce swelling and inflammation
  • Release endorphins necessary to increase energy or relieve pain
  • Enhance mental clarity and calm required for focus in training and performance
  • Resolve injuries more readily by increasing the blood supply and removing toxins.

Home-Study Learning

 

Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Resources offers home-study courses in acupressure and other areas of Traditional Chinese Medicine for animals. Everyone can access the online training worldwide. Thanks to the internet and people caring about animals, acupressure-massage is spreading to every continent!

Because acupressure is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) the online, home study courses provide a solid base of understanding of the theories and concepts needed to be able to perform an acupressure session protocol for horses, dogs, and cats. The online studies offer a thorough approach to learning meridians, acupressure point locations along with their functions energetics, landmark anatomy, animal pathology, and much more!  

Hands-On Instructors

If you select to go further with your acupressure studies and would like to continue with hands-on training, there are private acupressure-massage instructors located in the United States, Canada, England, Belgium, and Australia. Their contact information will be available soon.

Continuing Education Opportunities

Courses Approved by UK Rural Skills

  

Registered with the UK Register of Learning Providers, UKRLPN:10084756

Tallgrass offers the training program in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Belgium. The program is spreading to every continent, thanks to our participants and all the people caring about animals.

 

Tallgrass Publishers:  the resource for all your acupressure-massage learning tools.

All of the books, charts, DVDs, and manuals have been carefully designed to provide you with a top-notch learning experience. Tallgrass has a learning resource for you with each step you take in gaining knowledge and skills in performing acupressure-massage sessions.

You will see first-hand how acupressure can support the health and well-being of animals. These learning tools will prepare you to go on and learn even more!

Tallgrass Animal Acupressure UK is here for you to experience learning acupressure. Check out the online courses with embedded videos, detailed books, charts, DVDs, blogs and articles. 

The information provided on this site is not intended as a substitute for the advice and treatment of a licensed veterinarian or medical professional.