• Hands-on massage
  • Passive and dynamic stretching
  • Acupressure
  • Joint mobilisation
  • Cryotherapy

Manual massage is not only therapeutic, it is also the way I ‘read’ the horse’s body. Each horse needs to be free of pain and have effective and positive range of movement to perform to its optimum.

I always begin the treatment with a full body exploration looking at the horse as whole, looking for muscle symmetry, painful spots, lumps, bumps and general wellbeing. This directs the course of the treatments, helping me decide which modalities to use, for how long and where.