INITIAL ASSESSMENT AND FIRST TREATMENT
A full assessment including initial treatment and stretching routine. The horse will be seen walking, trotting, on the lunge (if necessary), and undertaking a range of basic movements. The session includes a full report that can be emailed to you and your vet.
1 to 1.5 hr session
REPEAT / MAINTENANCE MASSAGE
As part of a treatment plan or as a maintenance/ rehabilitation program set from my first visit and in-line with any veterinary related results, this is a full massage and involves treatment of all required areas. Full report including improvement mapping.
1 hr session
FULL SPORTS MASSAGE TREATMENT
A full in-depth sports massage treatment including pre and post stretching routine and a full report for you and your vet. This is a high energy massage that treats form head to tail. Once the treatment is complete you will be left with exercises and stretches that will help you and your horse stay in premium condition.
1 hour session
A full relaxation and holistic massage treatment. This is very effective for youngsters, eventers needing to unwind, broodmares, horses pre-breaking, rescues and more. Quiet and thorough treatment which will leave your horse calm, relaxed and at ease.
1 Hour session
PRE SHOW TREATMENT / WARM UP
Our pre show treatment is a full body warm up and involves ensuring all the main muscle groups are supple and fully stretched out. We will carry out fascia release to ensure you are show ready and release any tension from traveling. As massage helps release essential oils within the skin, it will also mean your horse's coat is extra shiny for the show ring.
30-40 min session.
POST COMPETITION TREATMENT
The post show treatment aids the horse in stretching out its muscles gently and carefully to ensure that it remains in peak performance and does not become stiff. Any issues found can be treated and your horse's performance can be mapped to show improvements.
30-40 min session.
PLEASE NOTE: None of the treatments are intended to replace or act as an alternative to conventional treatments given by a vet. The Veterinary Surgery Act of 1966 (amended 1996) prohibits anyone other than a Veterinary Surgeon to diagnose ailments and giving of advice on such diagnosis.