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Sat, Mar 17


31 Wells Rd, Granby, CT 06035, USA

Equine Biomechanics & Thermography

What are the effects of biomechanics of the horse when we discuss the effects of going hollow, heavy on the forehead, and engaging the hind end? How can Thermography play a part in helping your horse?

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Equine Biomechanics & Thermography
Equine Biomechanics & Thermography

Time & Location

Mar 17, 2018, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

31 Wells Rd, Granby, CT 06035, USA

About the event

Lindsay Keating from Equitouch Bodywork will focus on the extreme importance of being well educated in the biomechanics of your horse when it comes to handling and riding. Lindsay will cover the effects of these biomechanics and how they effect horses going hollow, riding behind the vertical, going heavy on the forehead, and engaging the hind end improperly. If your horse is ridden biomechanically correct there is less of a chance for extreme muscle soreness and atrophy.

From there, Lindsay will cover the benefits of thermography, what it is and how you can use it on the horse to find sore areas, bone spurs, kissing spine, laminitis flares, etc. Before and after photos of horses worked on before and following massage, red light, and reiki will be shown. Lindsay will also take photos of a horse during the clinic in order to go over her findings.


  • Biomechanics & Thermography




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