‘The Canine Acupressure Workbook' Is Now Available As An eBook!

Lisa Speaker is happy to announce that the ‘Canine Acupressure Workbook’ is now available as an eBook. This is a helpful learning tool for the Traditional Chinese Medicine art form of Acupressure and great reference guide for practitioners.

Online PR News – 21-May-2012 – Castle Rock, CO – Castle Rock, Colorado – Following her true calling, Lisa Speaker began her education in Animal Massage and Acupressure in California, in 2001. During her studies she identified a lack of educational materials, and in 2004 she authored and published the Canine Acupressure Workbook: A Learning Tool for Enthusiasts and Professionals’.

This quick reference field guide for practitioners is also a useful and enjoyable book to help our animal friends. It is an excellent learning tool for the Traditional Chinese Medicine art form of Acupressure. This eBook explains Canine Energy Meridians and Acupressure Points in a holistic approach to general wellness. The book comes in both laminated, and non-laminated versions, as well as the ability to download on multiple devices, Kindles, Androids, and iPhones.

The Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage, will donate 20% of all eBook sales during the week of May 21-25, 2012, to Best Friends Animal Society in Utah. “With the digital age upon us, I am happy to make the Canine Acupressure Workbook available for purchase as an EBook – Best Friends is such a wonderful organization to contribute to,” says Lisa Speaker, Founder and Director of RMSAAM. Around the country Best Friends works with members – and with humane groups, individuals, and entire communities – to set up adoption programs, spay/neuter, shelter, and foster in neighborhoods, cities, and states, throughout the country.

Lisa founded RMSAAM in 2003 with a dream of educating practitioners who could help bring massage and acupressure to as many animals as possible. She has served as an Advisory Council Member of The International Association of Animal Massage and Bodywork (IAAMB), and is on the legislative committee of the National Board of Certification for Animal Acupressure and Massage (NBCAAM). Lisa is co-founder of Colorado Association of Animal Massage Therapists (CAAMB) and founder of Colorado Alliance for Animal Owner's Rights (CAAOR).