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Park Slope’s Sage Healing Arts, which already offers massage and reflexology to men, women and also pregnant women, is now reaching out to man’s best friend.

On May 22, from 10 am to noon, animal massage expert Lynn Vaughn (pictured), will teach a workshop that is helpful for dogs that are older, have arthritis or other physical ailments, are nervous or adopted canines who have been abused. The class includes instruction in massage and acupressure techniques as well as stretching.

According to Sage Healing Arts owner Susan Stratton, “Your dog will love it and it will enhance your relationsh­ip.”

Sage Healing Arts is located at 405 Fifth Ave. at Seventh Street, 2nd floor, in Park Slope. The workshop is $50 and includes the instructional video “Bodywork for Dogs.”

For more information, call (718) 832-2030 or visit the Web site

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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