Sue graduated with class top honours from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine and always had an affinity for animals. She continued her education and completed her Craniosacral Therapy Certificate for both people and animals from the Ontario College of Osteopathy. Craniosacral therapy is a bodywork technique that addresses the Craniosacral rhythm with is found in all animals. This rhythm is similar to the animal’s heartbeat but is a result of the pumping of Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF) rather than blood through the heart. Specific hands-on techniques include light and gentle contact to release individual cranial bones, soft tissue/muscle tightness and adhesions on the skeletal structure. It is a wonderful therapy for both injury and trauma recovery as well as overall balance and well being for any animal.