HORSEYA
MISSION

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To promote the physical and mental health of horses through the application of a variety of therapy techniques.

 

HORSEYA
SERVICES

 

Equine massage treatment is the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body in order to re-balance and re-align the whole musculoskeletal system. With the use of a variety of techniques it aims to achieve specific goals of drainage, relaxation, stimulation, resolve muscle-related problems and address movement and performance limitations.

It is useful in cases when a veterinary assessment has shown that the horse has no injury, but there is a drop in performance. It can help the horse relax and release everyday tension when there are no specific movement issues. In cases of injury, it can be used to treat any remaining movement restrictions once the horse has recovered.

 

Massage therapy helps to trigger the body into getting itself back to optimal health.

KEEP

IN TOUCH

Email: book@horseya.uk
Tel:  07591 086 039

Please drop a message or leave a voice mail if can't pick up straight away.

CONTACT DETAILS

Sessions / appointments available upon request and may be arranged on any day between:

8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

OPENING HOURS
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ABOUT
ME

Providing equine massage services mainly in Lincolnshire, I am a certified Equine Sports & Remedial Therapy Practitioner with over 1200 hours of education and training. As a member of the International Association of Animal Therapists (IAAT) I am committed to providing high quality of therapy services and continue my professional development by attending seminars, workshops and conferences to extend the range of modalities I can offer during my appointments.

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I am located in the village of Brant Broughton. Services within 10 miles range from my location are free from transport charge (only service charge applies). If you are located further away then additional charge to cover fuel and traveling time will be added (0.25 GBP/mile).

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