** Beneficial to all horses at any level of leisure and performance **
Benefits of Equine Massage Therapy:
Immediately relaxes your horse and offers instant relief from stress
Helps resolve mysterious lameness and behavioral issues
Improves your horse's range of motion and muscle elasticity
Improves circulation and helps prevent damage to muscles
Allows your horse's muscles to recover and repair
Prepares your horse to excel in its performance
Brings an awareness to any areas of your horse's body
that may be sore, tight or in pain
Does your horse . . .
...have a mysterious lameness? Have soreness or unresolved behavioral issue(s)? Toss its head, buck or rear or feel stiff? Has a lack of range of motion, flinch or acts nervous? Does not handle with ease, ducks out of work, bows up or hollows its back? Has a sour expression, pins its ears, bites/nips, braces against the bit? Does not bend well, runs off, looks or feels tense/stressed or scared? Is girthy or grumpy, is losing or has lost weight? Is unable to perform maneuvers to the best of its ability or show other signs of poor performance, pain or odd behavior?
OR... is your horse in great shape, performing well and just DESERVES a good massage?
IF you answered YES to any of the questions above . . .
. . . then your horse could definitely benefit from one of my sessions
1st/Initial Session $80 (this is a one-time charge to set up the comprehensive report)
Approximately a 2 - 3 hour session
Follow ups and Maintenance $60 (new reports add $20)
Duration depends on each horse
a trip charge may apply
NOTE >> an Exclusive Day at your barn is offered at no extra cost when you guarantee 3 or more horses for the day
What is Included in the Session?
A thorough complimentary consultation (via phone)
Desensitizing and helping with any behavioral issues if needed
A full body hands-on massage
Assessing and focusing on any areas of concern until they are relieved
Range of motion exercises and gentle stretches of the head, neck and limbs
Belly lift and hip rotation exercises
Head and neck stretches with treats
A tack assessment
A full comprehensive report that includes my observations with recommendations in support of helping your horse
Trainers and Horse Owners >>> As part of what I do, I offer the opportunity to have in-depth discussions regarding any aspect of the horse's life in support of their overall well-being as it pertains to healthy muscles, their exercise and riding/training program and much more. Don't worry, I've got you and your horse's backs!
HORSE OWNERS... Important TIP:
I recommend having your horse massaged
immediately before/the day of
a chiropractic visit for uptimum results
ARE YOU Interested in getting additional (and FREE) help with everything regarding your horse's life? IF SO, I offer an optional, complimentary
Specialty Service called a "Whole Horse Evaluation"
(click the button below to learn about it)
Equine Massage & Behavioral Therapy
THIS >>> is a perfect example of how massage therapy can help and heal your horse, no matter what age, in just one session. CUDOS to my client for contacting me to see if I could help her new (and absolutely sweet, adorable and well behaved!) 5 month old Arabian weanling colt. He had a tilted head and straight/stiff neck apparently since birth. She has had him less than a week and is doing everything in her power to help this future super star. Clients like this need to be acknowledged for their commitment to their horses’ well-being!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😄
Below are 2 before pics depicting his head tilt and neck carriage (Before) my massage session, and 2 (After) pictures of him bending his neck (all on his own as he realizes he can) afterwards. This is genuine proof how much hands-on massage therapy can help a horse even with a serious issue.
My client also wisely set up a Chiropractic session the same day immediately after my session which revealed he was out of alignment. This also shows how these two therapies go hand-in-hand....
UPDATE: GREAT NEWS>>> She says her weanling is now acting like a normal horse
Photos below are how this 5 month old foal moved with a fixated head and neck to the right
from birth until before the his 1st massage with me:
Photos below are how the foal was able to move his head and neck around
for the first time since his birth after I completed his very 1st massage session: