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Masterson Method

Masterson Method

The event is for practitioners who have completed the coursework to become certified in The Masterson Method. Masterson will provide a technique review for the certified practitioners and will be on hand for questions. Read more

In The News

Craniosacral

Aly Rattazzi, Rather Be Riding Photography

CranioSacral Therapy to help with headaches in the horse and the rider. Read more

Equine Wellness

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Kristin Hungenberg

Keeping Your Horse Calm Naturally During Stall Rest Read more

Equine Wellness

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Richard Harty

Fascial restrictions affect our horse’s flexibility and stability, and are a determining factor in their ability to withstand stress and perform daily activities . Read more

Equine Wellness

The Masterson Method is an integrated, multi-modality method of equine massage. It is a unique, interactive method of equine massage. Read more

Equine Wellness

Product name changes highlight their applications and usage. Zephyr’s Garden, a Uckele company, has renamed several of its topical herbal formulas. Read more

A study published in the Journal of Equine Veterinary Science has found a link between Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) and a decrease in muscle hypertonicity in older horses Read more

Healing Touch for Animals

Rick Giase

When a horse’s energy system is off balance, the energy that usually flows through his body becomes congested. Any type of stress, whether physical or mental causes this congestion. Read more

, Therapy

Your horse is ‘off,’ doesn’t perform like he used to, has unexplained lameness, is stiff or doesn’t want to pick up a lead. It may be time to involve an equine bodywork practitioner. How do you find the equine bodyworker who is right for your horse? Read more

Therapy

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Snakes come out of hibernation in early spring and are out and about all summer long. You may encounter snakes on trail rides, particularly in rocky areas, high grass, and thick brush. Snakes may even lurk in your own barn, hoping to feast on rodents Read more

Equine Wellness

It is not unusual at horse shows and in show barns to see pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy systems treating stiff, sore, hard-working horses. Read more

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