Marcy Thrash CCMT, LFFP
Marcy Thrash was born and raised in upstate New York.
From a young age, she knew she had a special connection with animals as well as a strong interest in health and medicine.
After high school, Marcy attended the State University of New York and received a bachelors degree in Wellness Management and Health Science. After working in the human health field for several years, she switched paths and started focusing on animal health.
She received her associates degree from the Bel Rea Institute for Animal Technology in 2009 and has been working as a Certified Veterinary Nurse since then. Marcy received her massage training the Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage. She trained with the legendary Ken Bain, LVT, CCMT and is proficient in trigger point massage techniques.
Marcy is also a certified Fear Free practitioner, which means she has had specialized handling techniques to reduce fear, stress and anxiety in animals. Marcy’s goals for all of the pets she works on is to ease pain and discomfort, improve quality of life and help strengthen the bond between pets and their pet parents.
Marcy recognizes how sensitive animals are to energy and is always conscious of this when working with pets. Pet massage brings Marcy immense joy in her life. She adores working with people and their pets and appreciates her job everyday! In her spare time, Marcy likes to hike, camp, see music and spend time her with 3 dogs - Hazel, Gus and Bruce.