I have been certified as an Equine Sports Massage Therapist since 1998. I have completed over 5000 massages.
I will help your horse function at his or her best!
An equine sports massage therapy session with me, takes 1.5 – 2 hours and includes –
What is Equine Massage Therapy ?
I use a combination of deep tissue massage, energy work, acupressure, T-Touch, myo-facial release and stretching – to release your horses muscle tension, tightness, spasms and knots. This then allows your horse’s muscles to function at their best.
What Horses Can Benefit From Equine Massage Therapy ?
All of these situations can contribute to muscle tightness which causes impaired muscle flexibility, discomfort and muscle strain. This can lead to muscle resistance, poor overall performance and unwanted behavior issues.
How Does Equine Massage Therapy Help These Issues ?
Equine Massage Therapy will release your horses muscle tightness & tension, allowing your horse’s muscles to become more flexible and supple. Improved performance, improved attitude toward work and a much happier horse are the result !
How can I Tell When My Horse Needs Equine Massage Therapy ?
If your horse displays any of the following behaviors or has any of the following symptoms – then your horse is trying to tell you that he / she needs an Equine Massage Therapy session !
Behavior issues that humans find distressing can also be discussed and we can try to work out a mutually acceptable solution to the issues. I cannot guarantee to resolve behaviour issues 100% effectively – because like humans, animals have free will. But, as can be seen from my testimonial page – I do have a very good success rate !
I have found that distance or in person energy work can be very helpful for animals with behavioral or emotional issues — including (but not limited to) anxiety, fear and aggression. I use a combination of Reiki and Integrated Energy Therapy (which “releases the issues from the tissues”) to help the animal to come to a more balanced state – emotionally and behaviorally.
If your animal is seriously ill or injured, understanding how your animal feels about their injury / illness / prognosis / treatment plans – or the option of euthanasia / or not, can be very reassuring and helpful.It is also useful to inform your animal about changes in your routine or theirs that will affect them, such as –
The Bottom Line: Is It Worth It to Get an Equine Massage Therapy Session for Your Horse ?
Yes ! It’s never too late to help your horse be more comfortable, more flexible and happier to work with you !
[ Equine Massage Therapy is not a substitute for proper veterinary care, but it does complement it ! ]
I am currently only available for equine massage therapy in Central New Jersey, when I visit the US in the spring and fall.