• Acupressure

  • Massage (maintenance, performance & rehabilitation massage)

  • Tui Na

  • Manual Ligament Therapy

  • Bach Flower Essences

  • Equi-tape

  • Myofascial release, Fascial energetics

  • Trigger points

  • Stress points

Equine Acupressure/Massage

Sessions are approximately 60-75 minutes, cost is $70-$80.
Trip fee may be added for travel outside of Hood River County

Diana Thompson - Equine Acupressure, Bach Flower Essences

Northwest School of Animal Massage (NWSAM) - Large & Small Animal Massage; Manual Ligament Therapy

Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute - Equine & Canine Acupressure

Shauna Cantwell, DVM – Tui Na

Mike Scott – Fascial Energetics

Chi Institute - Equine & Small Animal Veterinary Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine

Dr. Eleanor Kellon - Equine Neurological & Muscle Disorders; Equine Cushing’s & Insulin Resistance

Patricia Kortekaas/Full Spectrum Canine Therapy - Osteopathic Approach for Small Animal, Functional Indirect Techniques; K9 Craniosacral/Functional Indirect Techniques/Neuro Integrational Gait Patterns; Rule of the Canine Artery, Vascular Techniques

Madalyn Ward, DVM - Horse Temperament Typing

Kerry Ridgway, DVM - Clinical Reasoning for the Equine Health Care Professional

Dr. Deb Bennett, Equine Studies Institute - Full Body Equine Anatomy (with wet lab) & Biomechanics

Suzan Seelye, DVM - Equine Quantum Healing

Equi-Tape -  Equine Kinesio Taping Methods & Strategies

Equine Acupressure/Massage
Sessions are approximately 60-75 minutes, cost is $70-$80.

Trip fee may apply for travel outside of Hood River County.

Canine Acupressure/Massage

Sessions are approximately 45-60 minutes, cost is $50.

Trained with


Training in

Horse Temperament Typing

Madalyn Ward, DVM has applied Traditional Chinese Medicine theory to horses and come up with the Five Element Horse Temperament Types. Learn more here.


Kim teaches Animal Acupressure and Massage classes for the Northwest School of Animal Massage. She also teaches Horse Temperament Typing.