Equine Massage


Massage therapy is the systematic manipulation of soft tissues to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function or relieve pain.

Equine massage is a non-invasive approach that utilizes hands-on manual therapy, and may also incorporate hydrotherapy and remedial exercise.

Equine massage therapy can be a valuable part of a horse’s ongoing health maintenance plan. It can be used to relieve muscular tension, to help detect signs of strain early on, encourage a more supple and balanced way of going, and can provide important mental down time, particularly for those with demanding competitive schedules.

​Equine massage can also be applied in the rehabilitation process, during a horse’s recovery from injury (with veterinary approval). With a whole body approach, massage can also help address secondary and compensatory issues that may arise as a consequence of the primary injury.

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