Canine Manual Ligament Therapy ™

Relief is only 5 Steps away

What is Manual Ligament Therapy?

Manual Ligament Therapy(MLT) is a medically tested manual therapy technique utilizing the sensory qualities of ligaments to correct muscular imbalance and dysfunction. MLT is used by Physical Therapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Massage Therapists treating the body from the inside instead of treating the body superficially.

Rebalance, Reboot, Recover

Canine MLT Certification (Mon-Sat, 10:00am-4:00pm)

Monday, April 15th, 10am to Saturday, April 20th, 4pm

9704 Southwest 156th Street

Vashon, WA

Transform your practice by completing your practitioner certification in Manual Ligament Therapy for Canines. During this 6-day course, you will learn the Foundation and Science of Manual Ligament Therapy and complete all 5 modules of MLT Training. Each module focuses on a specific region of the body to dramatically reduce hypertonicity in the muscles, restore balance and stability of the joints and improve patterns of movement.

  • Module 1: Foundation and "Sit" Muscles- In this two-day workshop, you will learn the theory and history behind Manual Ligament Therapy and discover releases for the "Sit Muscles" of the lower back, hip and stifle.
  • Module 2: The "Fetch" Muscles- One-day workshop focusing on the "Fetch" muscles in the dog.
  • Module 3: The "Shake" Muscles- This one-day workshop builds on the prior MLT modules by looking at the "Shake Muscles" of the shoulder joint.
  • Module 4: The "Roll-Over" Muscles- The fourth step of the Canine MLT ladder focuses on the "Roll Over Muscles" of the thoracic region.
  • Module 5: The "Recall" Muscles- The final certification module for Canine MLT explores release for the "Run Muscles" of the limbs.

Cost: $750.00

Northwest School of Animal Massage

NWSAM was founded on three guiding principles:

1. To foster compassion for the animal community

2. To provide a higher standard of education for our industry

3. To nurture the continued growth of our student body