Midwest Natural Healing for Animals was founded in 2006 by Beverly Brady. Beverly developed and teaches the Amassage Method™ . She spent several years learning from local chiropractors who encouraged her to develop and start a school educating others in equine massage. Beverly continues to develop her courses to exceed industry standards.
Sarah Cecil, a graduate of Midwest Natural Healing for Animals, assists Beverly Brady with teaching classes and school administration. She is currently working as a body worker and gets referrals frequently by local vets and chiropractors.
INHAA was founded in 2020 to give individuals a place to find extraordinary body workers that have been tested and meet the high standard of education required to be a member of INHAA.
Founding Board Members
Beverly Brady, owner of Midwest Natural Healing for Animals
Sarah Cecil, Website Administrator, owner of Mystic Sky Equine Massage, LLC plus E-ride and Canine Massage
Morgan Billings, Midwest instructor/Researcher, owner of Promise’s Kept
Erin Loveless, European instructor and Coordinator
Lindsey Keating, Northeast Instructor
Heidi Billmeyer, Northwest instructor, Hauling and Law Committee Chairperson
Christy LaPorte, Northern states instructor, Canine Massage Committee Chairperson
Dr. Mark Haverkos, DVM, Chiropractor, Acupuncture. Dr. Mark Haverkos is an elder for AHVMA is with Village Vets in Oldenburg, IN.
Dr. Ron Leick, DVM specialist in Animal Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Herbs Complementary Vet Care Alexandria, KY
INHAA members do not provide any medical diagnosis, prescribe medication or perform medical procedures including chiropractic care. INHAA requires members of this association to respect the laws of their state and adhere to their scope of practice. INHAA and its members understand that animal body work and care is not a substitute for veterinary care.