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Equine Massage

Equine massage

Massage can help release build up of lactic acid, reduce tension in the body which helps prevent injury, and improve movement. Massage provides a myriad of advantages that are instrumental in ensuring the well-being and peak performance of horses. 


Sports Massage- traditional tissue manipulation,  targeted relief from muscle tension, enhanced flexibility, and improved recovery from physical exertion.


Relaxation Massage-

Myofascial techniques, promotes deep relaxation, alleviates soreness, fosters an overall sense of calm and comfort in the horse.

Perfect for sensitive or high strung horses that need the benefits of massage.


 Balancing Bodywork-

Full evaluation of the horse's body, application of multiple modalities to achieve a balanced equine, addresses the holistic needs of the horse, facilitates optimal musculoskeletal alignment and overall wellness.

Perfect for horses with imbalances throughout their body which can show up as 

- trouble picking up or swapping leads

-difficulty bending 

-negative angled spine 

-physical asymmetries etc.



Magna Wave PEMF show service

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field PEMF therapy is a non-invasive, drug-free approach that harnesses electromagnetic fields to stimulate cellular repair, enhance circulation, and support the body's natural healing processes. PEMF therapy has been shown to effectively alleviate discomfort, reduce inflammation, and promote accelerated healing of musculoskeletal injuries in horses. By incorporating PEMF into Equine Bodywork, it complements traditional massage and bodywork techniques by offering an additional modality that can further support the overall well-being and performance of the horse. The integration of PEMF within Equine Bodywork presents an opportunity to enhance the benefits of the treatment, providing a holistic approach that addresses both the physical and cellular levels of healing, thereby optimizing the horses' health and vitality.


Red Light Therapy

The use of specific wavelengths of light to promote tissue repair, reduce inflammation, and alleviate pain in horses. This non-invasive modality can support the healing process, enhance circulation, and address various musculoskeletal issues. By harnessing the therapeutic effects of red light, it offers a gentle yet effective approach to improving tissue recovery, supporting overall well-being, and optimizing the horse's physical comfort and performance. 


Kinesiology Taping

The application of specialized elastic tape to the horse's body, designed to provide support, reduce pain, and improve circulation without restricting movement. The tape works by lifting the horse's skin, creating space that facilitates the flow of lymphatic fluid and blood, resulting in reduced inflammation and enhanced healing. Additionally, the taping technique can help support and stabilize muscles and joints, promoting improved movement and overall comfort for the horse. When used as a complementary modality, kinesiology taping can supplement equine bodywork by aiding in the management of musculoskeletal issues, enhancing performance, and contributing to the well-being of the horse.

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