"A great horse will change your life. The truly special ones define it..." - Author Unknown
Horses are asked to do a lot for us. Think about the racehorse, barrel racer, reiner, show jumper, cutting horse, rope horse, dressage horse, endurance horse and even the trusted trail partner. All of those sports require some form of quick repetitive or long term strenuous motion on the horses musculature over time.
There are many different equine bodywork modalities that can be used to promote both skeletal and musculature function in the horse. Techniques can be used to help relax tense muscles, break down adhesions, reduce swelling, improve craniosacral rhythm and increase overall circulation. Equine bodywork can be used for recover as well as maintenance.
Minnie Sagar, has been an equestrian for 40 years. She has ridden, owned and cared for a variety of different horses throughout that time. Through that experience she has learned that bodywork can play an important role in keeping a horse healthy, happy, and sound. She uses a variety of techniques that can help your equine partner and you achieve your goals.
Chris Burton Equitana Melbourne 2018
Each session includes:
Here are few easy steps to help you and your horse get the most out of the session:
During the initial visit, time is spent assessing the horses history and the goals for the session
This initial visit can take anywhere from an hour to an hour and half depending on the initial need
Ongoing maintenance massages for established clients
Depending on the horses location a mileage charge may be added
Low Light Laser Therapy uses photons of light to increase cellular metabolism and promote healing.
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