Why Bodywork?

Equine bodywork - an intrinsic aspect of best horse care practices - saves time & money.  Regular training, conformational challenges, tack, and habitual or compensatory postures contribute to wear and tear on equine athletes & pleasure horses.  

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A tight muscle cannot get stronger.  Relaxation and suppleness are the keys to enhanced performance.

"Regardless of the type of activity...the physics of motion are the same... the problems that develop from over-stress will be the same.  Tightened or shortened muscles increase the amount of stress."   *J. Meagher       

Bodywork & Therapy Benefits: 

  • Strengthens muscle tone 
  • Increases range of motion to allow free movement
  • Reduces inflammation and swelling in the joints
  • Refines proprioception
  • Augments depletion of excessive fluids & waste
  • Improves muscle contraction
  • Promotes the healing process 
  • Boosts nutrient flow to the muscles
  • Stimulates circulation and releases endorphins
  • Supports whole body health by efficiently directing physiological processes
  • Develops focus and willingness in sport

"A Stitch in Time Saves Nine"

Bodywork sessions are most efficient when done as a preventative & regular strategy.

Bodywork is not a substitute for veterinary care. Always check with your vet before therapy sessions.


MEND: align, balance, calibrate, fine-tune, focus, improve, readjust, rehab, sharpen, square, troubleshoot, tune up