Massage Therapy is beneficial not just to the physical aspect of the horse but it also improves the horse’s mental well-being.
It enhances fitness and performance ability.
Manipulation depends on the horse’s condition and physical needs.
I combine and blend together different massage techniques and movements in order to
Massage techniques include myofascial release, deep tissue, trigger point, scar tissue, lymphatic drainage and more.
Scar tissue which impedes fluid motion and causes pain will be treated and softened up through specific massage.
Assessment of the axial skeleton which comprises the skull, vertebrae, sternum and ribs as well as the appendicular skeleton which is made up of the fore and hind limb bones. Forelimbs and hind legs will be massaged to increase blood circulation to the hoof or help lymphatic drainage.
Stretches will be incorporated in every treatment. They reduce tension, improve range of motion and are very important for the overall flexibility and performance of the horse.
~ 700 Skeletal Muscles.
~ 205 Bones.
Your Horse is the direct result of the time and effort you put into his Well-Being.