Alexandra Bennett, Small Animal Acupressure & Massage Practitioner, NBCAAM
Location: Salt Lake City UT

Alexandra Bennett Small Animal Acupressure Practitioner

“We can learn all we need to know from animals, if we only open our hearts and listen”

Alexandra is a 2019 Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute graduate. She is also certified in Pet Food Nutrition by DNM University. She is inspired by her Tibetan Spaniel, Tashi. Together they have also studied Tellington Touch with Linda-Tellington Jones in Santa Fe, attended a Shamanistic Retreat at world-renowned animal communicator, Penelope Smith’s Buffalo Spirit Lodge in Arizona, and have attended many dog camps from California to Vermont.

Alexandra has a background in Fine Arts and photography and studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC, University of Utah and Polimoda University in Florence, Italy. She also writes monthly articles on dog health and nutrition.

Anita DeLelles, Small Animal & Equine Practitioner 
435-275-4536 or 702-525-3229 

animal acupressure massage

Anita is a certified Equine and Small Animal Acupressure Practitioner with accreditation from the Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute. Her Tallgrass training has included two consecutive summers in Bath, England, near where she lived as a child, as well as coursework in Colorado and northern California. Anita's journey into the world of alternative health care for animals comes after a successful career in advertising. Owning a business with her husband for the last 15 years has given her the courage and stability to now pursue her passion and love of animals. Having recently relocated to southern Utah from Las Vegas, Anita will offer acupressure therapy to animals in both Nevada and southern Utah.

Anita shares her life with not only her husband but also her overly pampered cats and horses. She credits her cat Espresso for inspiring her toward a stimulating and fulfilling career change -- the study of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Anita delights in sharing her knowledge with fellow guardians of the animals we have taken into our care.