Practitioner Oregon

Jean Devros
Portland, OR

Jean's years of being a human bodyworker and her lifelong passion for horses made for a natural transition into her current path and practice of Holistic Equine Well Being modalities. In 2015 she became a certified Equine Practitioner through her studies at Tallgrass Animal Acupressure She believes that acupressure is a gentle, non-invasive touch process that can help a horse with body awareness, gain trust, release pain and help dissipate anxiety. 

  • Licensed Massage Therapist Oregon License #14350
  • Certified Equine Practitioner Tallgrass Animal Acupressure 2015
  • Member of Association of Bodyworkers & Massage Professionals 

    Henrietta Laustsen, Equine Acupressure Practitioner, NBCAAM
    Wellspring Animal Acupressure, LLC
    Wellspring Farm, North Plains, OR

    Equine Acupressure PractitionerShe grew up with horses, dogs and cats, and S brings much more than healing but a kinship with the horse that is remarkable. Her background includes a Ph.D. in geophysics and twenty-six years of teaching physical sciences. Studying equine acupressure and learning about the principles of TCM have given Henrietta a way to understand and work with the energetic connection to animals.  She earned her Equine Acupressure certification through Tallgrass Animal Acupressure in 2014, becoming nationally certified through NBCAAM shortly thereafter. 

    Kim Bauer Animal Ease Therapies, LLC, NBCAAM
    Parkdale, OR

    Equine Acupressure Practitioner

    Kim is an equine and small animal acupressure practitioner certified with Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute. She offers services at client's homes and barns and also at the All Animal Care Clinic in Hood River, Oregon. Kim's work with animals blends her knowledge of acupressure, massage and flower essences to create a program that is tailored to each animal's specific needs.