Small Animal and Equine - Arizona 

Gail Lothrop, Small Animal Acupressure Practitioner 
Sedona, AZ 

Passionate about cats and dogs, Gale became certified in Small Animal Acupressure through Tallgrass in August 2013. Gale has been active in therapy dog work for 11 years. She also has operated her own therapy dog organization for the past nine years. She was seeking another way to touch the lives of animals, and acupressure provides the perfect venue. Gale works to promote the physical and spiritual healing of the animals she touches.

Doray Wiggins, Equine Acupressure Practitioner 
Synergy Equine, LLC 
Prescott, AZ 
Equine Acupressure Practitioner

With a background in Western Medicine, and Natural Horsemanship, it is only fitting to incorporate Traditional Chinese Medicine into my Natural Equine Orthodontics Practice. My emphasis is on continuing education and client education, whether it is here in AZ or throughout the US. Your horse will notice the difference, and so will you!

Marcia Lucas, Small Animal Practitioner
Green Valley, AZ 
Small Animal Acupressure Practitioner
Marcia attended a Tallgrass Animal Acupressure introductory course in Tucson in 2000, looking to help her ailing Labrador. She fell in love with the study of acupressure and completed the final course in 2007. Along the way, she studied canine nutrition with Wendy Volhard, and is a moderator for her. She interned under Dr Randy Aronson, VMD, to increase her understanding of small animal physiology, the use of Chinese herbs in veterinary treatment, and canine and feline nutrition. She now practices small animal acupressure in New Mexico, under the name Natural Dog. She also spends time in Arizona, near Tucson, where she is a vet assistant and acupressure practitioner at a busy, 5-doctor vet clinic.
Kristen Guerra, Impulse Equine Therapy 
Queen Creek, AZ 
Phone: 602-739-6177

Kristen is an Equine Practitioner through Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute. She offers her therapy services at her farm or yours throughout the Phoenix area. In addition to acupressure, Kristen uses other modalities such as massage, structural release, and kinesiology to tailor a session to each individual's needs.

Hazuki Tokuue, Pawsitive Doggy Life 
Mesa, AZ 
Small Animal Acupressure PractitionerAs a Licensed and National Board Certified Massage Therapist, Hazuki has been helping people to promote their health and wellness since 2004.  With her passion for working with animals, she pursued her education in Canine Massage Therapy and became certified in 2016. She expanded her skills and knowledge further through Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute and became a certified Small Animal Acupressure Practitioner in 2018. She is a strong believer in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and holistic care as her own dogs have been treated with TCM by a holistic veterinarian.