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Registration is now available for my first webinar! The first topic is massage tips especially suited for rescued and adopted animals, as you can see in the title above.

Go to www.RescueHorseMassage.com to register for the event.

It’s a 1 hr free webinar. Just click on the link and it will take you step-by-step through the process of registering and attending. You can attend live, or listen to a recording later anytime. You’ll automatically be e-mailed a link to the recording later if you register.

But before you can register, you’ll have to confirm your request for the subscription, so be sure to watch your e-mails!

The information in the webinar will apply extremely well to horses, as well as to dogs and cats and many other species. Very soon I’ll have a more in-depth, on-line class dedicated especially to rescue horses (and different classes for dogs and cats).

I look forward to sharing lots of information with you in the webinar!

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Here’s a link to some new research which supports what we all already knew about the power of touch. As usual, the research is about humans, which is fine. Just know it all applies to the animals, too. (Humans are animals, too, after all!)

The article’s title is “Massage May Aid in Grieving Process.”

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Book award honor, so far…

I’m excited to announce that my book, The Horse Lover’s Guide to Massage: What Your Horse Wants You to Know, is one of four finalists of the 2010 Living Now Book Award in the Animals category (scroll down to category #7 to see the list). The final awards will be announced on April 22.

Send those judges lots of positive vibes!

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