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If you have ever had a massage, you know how good it can make you feel, both physically and mentally.  Your horse can also benefit greatly from regular massage therapy.

A horse’s body is 60% muscle.  When muscles are tight or restricted, the pain and soreness will keep your horses from performing their best for you.  Regular massage therapy will benefit them in many ways and improve their overall condition and disposition.

Of course, if your horse has had an injury or appears distressed or lame, it is always necessary to consult your vet.  Massage therapy should be in addition to proper care, including diet, nutrition, exercise and quality veterinary attention.


• Change in Attitude
• Irritability
• Shortened Strides
• Head Shaking
• Stumbling
• Head Problems
• Neck Stiffness
• Head Tossing
• Girth Problems
• Stiff Movement
• Sore Back
• Improves Circulation
• Reduces Stress & Tension
• Increases Range of Motion
• Increases Flow of Oxygen & Nutrients
• Removes Toxins & Lactic Acid Buildup
• Increases Immune System
• Reduces Swelling & Inflammation in Joints
• Eases Arthritic Pain
• Increases Ability to Heal
• Improves Disposition
• Relieves Muscle Spasms & Pain