Equine Massage Therapy
Signs your horse could use massage therapy:
*Lack of Impulsion
*Bending & Flexing Issues
*Shortened Stride
*Throwing head/swishing tail, signs of discomfort.
*Behavior issues 
*Food Poisoning, EPM, Colic
*Refusal to pick up correct lead
*Uneven tracking
*Girthing Issues
*Pre and Post Event 

Benefits of Equine Massage Therapy
*Enhances muscle tone and range of motion.
*Reduces inflammation and swelling in the joints, thereby reducing soreness.
*Promotes the healing process by increasing the flow of nutrients to the muscles, and aiding in carrying away excessive fluids and toxins.
*Creates a positive effect on the contractual and release process of the muscles...releasing tension...relaxing muscles.
*Stimulates circulation by: defrosting frozen muscles, thereby releasing endorphins - the body's natural pain killers.
*Helps to maintain the whole body in better physical condition

When you shouldn't massage your horse:
-Horses with cancer-it could help it spread
-Horses in shock
-When horses have a fever
-If the horse has Tetanus

How Often to Massage:
-Horses being ridden 4-6 times weekly: 2-4 month
-Horses being ridden 2-3 times or less:1-2 month
-Weekend warriors/lightly worked:Every other month
-Horses on stall rest/in rehab:Once every 2 weeks to promote circulation to recover quicker.
2018 Rates:
Full Body Massage:
-Full body massage, lasts approx 1 hour.
$40.00 each horse.
addtl $10.00 if over an hour away.

Offer Multi Horse/Barn Discounts

Travel to: Erie, Niagara, Orleans, Genesee, Wyoming, Monroe counties.

Attending open and breed shows including Battle on the Hill Show series, Silver Spur Arabian Horse Show and Harness Racetracks.