Horses speak to us in many ways. They have probably already told you they needed one.
Horses in light work = as needed depending on the situation Horses in moderate work = every 4-8 weeks Horses in intense work = anywhere from multiple times per week to 1x/month
Increased threshold for relaxation, decreased pain, improved range of motion, improved mobility, improved flexibility, increase eagerness for work and for human contact, more thorough recovery after surgery, decreased the risk of injury to non-injured side during recovery from an injury.
I would love for you to be there if possible, but often this does not work into an owner's schedule. Often, in a boarding barn environment, there is a trusted barn manager or barn owner that can meet me and give me a quick update before a session. I prefer to do massage in a [...]
Absolutely. Bodywork is not just for relaxation although it helps to reach this to the horse. The primary goal at Arena Sports Massage is to increase movement quality and help the horse reconnect to areas that have been segregated due to prolonged muscle tension. This is done in a non-invasive way as to not damage [...]
If your horse has any of these traits you should look to schedule an appointment with an experienced equine bodyworker: • Is in moderate to intense exercise • Regular training has increased • Competition level training • Has an uneven stride • Trips frequently • Stands unevenly • Is struggling with certain exercises in training [...]