Sac Dip, SP Dip, N.A.R.E.M.T , Canine Myotherapy, MOC, STFR
Offering Sports and Myotherapy Massage
Light Therapy also used within some treatments where required
Bucking, napping, reluctant to go forward? Maybe struggling to get correct canter, tilting the head, snatching at the reins? All these can be your horse showing signs of discomfort.
It is important to listen to our horse,
they are not being 'naughty' 9/10 this is a sign of something not right.
60% of the horses body weight is muscle, it can take 90 days for a small muscle injury to become apparent. By which point other muscles have become affected and cause more serious injury.
Massage can benefit the well being of the horse
by releasing tension and mental relaxation.
Just a few of the benefits of regular treatment, whether your family friend to top competition horse.
All ages benefit from a treatment from the young to the old. In work, on box rest or field companion all benefit.