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Frankie and Simon both in there late 20's have been recieving Equine Massage Therapy treatments for nearly a year now.
Both standing squarely with a leg in each corner showing balance

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You can benefit from exclusive discounts. Please call to discuss an appointment.

Maximum of 5 clients per calender date.

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Willow is an Knappstruper x TB mare who is 7 yrs of age and has been with her owner since birth.

She was broken to saddle at the age of four, but was then diagnosed with Kissing spine in 2019. She had a severe case of Ulcers and was informed that her Suspensory ligaments in her hind limbs where...

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Lilly is 20 yr old Irish Sports Horse who is in soft condition.

She was retired from Eventing 10 yrs ago due to front suspensory ligament damage. She has been with her present owner for four years and sustained a twisted hock, which was treated.

She is now being brought back into work but her...

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When enquirying about an Equine Massage therapy appointment, there are several procedures that are involved in your horses initial assessment.

Each treatment can take between an hour & hour and a half depending on the horse’s individual requirements.

Your Horse’s initial appointment will includ...

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Cassie had her routine treatment today, she was quite uncomfortable and restricted through her nearside shoulder.

Her owner could not think of anything different apart from changing her Bit.

Now this sent alarm bells 🔔 ringing.

Cassie has a tendency to cross her Jaw to evade the bit. The e...

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Forelimb lameness can originate from the Poll.

On palpation your horse will show there discomfort by throwing there head trying to remove the pressure of you hand. The brachiocephalic muscle will be tight to the touch and the muscle will be active when palpated. This usually involves the Pec...

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Billy is a Eight yr old Standard Bred Gelding who's been with his owner since May of last year. He was bred to Race 🏁 and came from Wales.
November of last yr whilst being ridden down an embankment he fell landing on his knees and possibly hitting his head. After this he has begun to shake hi...

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The gluteal muscle is an amazing structure of the Equine Anatomy, the muscle group comprises of 🤓

The Superficial Gluteal, Its action is to extend the hip, retracts the limb and supports outward rotation.
The Middle Gluteal, its action is a poweful hip extensor, retracts and abducts the l...

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a year ago
Donna has worked on three of my dressage/show horses and I have felt a change in all of them, more relaxed in the contact with more push from behind. She is really patient with the trickier horses and always gives a commentary on what she is feeling if you want it. We have a treatment plan in place now and I would highly recommend Donna for massage treatments for your equines
- leah t
a year ago
Donna has been coming to see Marley for regular treatment to keep him supple and keep on top of any tension in his body, and as a result he has become much more loose and comfortable in his work. She's been patient and explained everything right from the first treatment. Highly recommend.
- Becky S
a year ago
Very highly recommended. My ex-racer has improved no end since Christmas when he just didn't feel right. Now he's a very comfortable happy horse thanks to Donna's caring calm nature and treatments. Thank you
- Julia T

About us

Offering remedial, healing and massage treatments, which include traditional massage techniques, trigger point therapy, myofascial release therapy and cranio-sacral therapy and Fascial Edge

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Areas of stress can develope in the back, trunk of the horse and his Rump. Is your horse inhibiting resistance in flexion of the spine and lateral flexion, hollowing his back and evading the bit or is reluctant to jump, or is he having problems with co- ordination. Its the time of year where it is slippy underfoot, please be aware of what may happen to your four legged friend in these conditions... please send me a message if requesting a visit and i shall happily assess your horse.

Muscle stress can be caused in many ways from playing to a slip going into a jump. If left untreated compensatory locomotion will begin causing stress to other muscles as they work harder to support the initial injured area.

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