Is the most essential way through which we can communicate and bond with our horse
Is clearly important to horses as they use it extensively in communication between themselves and in communication with humans.
You can learn to communicate directly with your horse via the medium of Equine Massage
Your hands transfer the energy from your heart and mind.
Any touch delivered with good intention, promotes the wellness of both the giver and receiver.
Benefits of Equine Massage
- Resolves Existing Muscular Problems
- Prevents New Muscular Problems
- Builds Trust and Confidence
- Strengthens the Human-Equine Bond
- Is an effective way to modify equine behaviors such as: Anger, Lack of Trust, Fear, Nervousness, Depression
Does Your Horse have Performance “Problems”?
Is Your Horse “Lazy”? Does Your horse have a “Bad Attitude”?
Imagine if you could change your horse’s undesirable behaviors and spend more time enjoying each others company….
Muscular Problems Limit Ability and Cause Poor Performance and Behavior Problems
Muscular tension and pain are the #1 cause of most equine behavior and performance problems. Major causes of equine muscular problems are overwork, improper conditioning, lack of cross training and ill fitting equipment. Proper Equipment, Proper Exercise and Equine Massage are the essentials required to achieve and maintain maximum performance from any horse.
Our observation is that most clinicians and trainers emphasize riding and round pen work without regard to the horse’s physical ability to perform the task at hand.
Learning Equine Sports Massage techniques give horse owners and equine professionals new tools for communication, evaluation, problem solving and prevention.
How far you go with Equine Massage is up to you. You can learn a little…or you can learn a lot…
Educated Minds and Hands make the difference between a “feel good rub” and a professional Equine Sports Massage Therapy Session.
The effectiveness of the Equine Sports Massage Therapy session is dependent upon:
- Correct Evaluation
- Use of Proper Techniques
- Skill level and experience of the practitioner