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Acupressure is a complementary healing art that has been used for thousands of years to promote health and well-being. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the body’s vital energy, known as “chi” circulates through the body along pathways, known as meridians. When the energy flow becomes stagnant or blocked, it can lead to physical and emotional imbalances, causing discomfort and various health conditions.


Acupressure works by activating specific points along these meridians, rebalancing the flow of energy and stimulating the body’s natural healing capacities.


This gentle and non-invasive practice offers support for your furry companions in various ways. It serves as a preventative measure to promote vitality and overall well-being, allowing the body to function at its best. Acupressure can also provide crucial support alongside conventional medicine and other forms of therapy for both acute and chronic conditions. Acupressure addresses a wide range of ailments, such as aiding in alleviating pain and discomfort, strengthening the immune system, enhancing circulation and accelerating recovery from injuries and illnesses. Furthermore, acupressure can provide relief from stress, anxiety and other emotional imbalances, contributing to your beloved cat’s overall well-being and quality of life.


The gentle and non-invasive nature of acupressure makes it well-suited for cats who may not tolerate other more vigorous forms of therapies, ensuring the comfort of your cherished companion.

Disclaimer: Animal acupressure is not a substitute for veterinary care. It is not intended to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any disease. Please consult a veterinarian for diagnosis, treatment and emergencies.

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