Equine Massage, Craniosacral and Energy Work Benefits

Benefits of Massage:

  • Improves circulation and as a result, promotes more rapid healing
  • Enhances muscle tone and increases range of motion
  • Boosts athletic performance and endurance
  • Eases muscle spasms
  • Reduces inflammation and swelling in the joints so that joint pain is relieved
  • Increases production of synovial fluid in the joints
  • Relieves pain, tension and stress
  • Restores musculoskeletal balance
  • Stimulates the lymphatic system and hastens the elimination of waste products and other toxins.  (may result in the form of sweat or hives)

Benefits of Craniosacral Work:

  • Decreases pain and increases mobility (headache, TMJ, fascia release, back pain)
  • Improve benefit and longevity of chiropractic adjustments
  • Improved movement in the bridle

Benefits of Energy Work:

  • Emotional Release
  • Works at the DNA level for healing
  • Creates balance
  • Opens the body to restore and rejuvenate at all levels

*These therapy treatments do NOT diagnose or treat disease.  If I should discover something during the session, I will recommend you contact your veterinarian.

Here are a few of the common conditions that could greatly be improved by these therapies*:

Available 7 days per week in Moore County, NC

Phone:  760-846-4724 (call or text)

Email:   horseedebra@gmail.com

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  • Head tossing
  • “Off” for no apparent reason
  • Shoulder or hip lameness
  • Stiffness and resistance
  • Coordination difficulties
  • Short, choppy strides
  • Incorrect leads
  • Sore back
  • Difficulty bending
  • “Cinchy” horses
  • Attitude problems
  • Loss of performance ability
  • Tying up

Preparation for the session:  I incorporate some energy work into the massage as a way of opening the animal to the treatment.  Sessions last approximately one to 1.5 hours.
Do not ride your horse for at minimum 1 hour prior to session (give them time to cool down).  Please have your horse groomed (preferably bathed recently) prior to the session and arrange for a quiet but secure place (usually their stall if it’s large enough). We will meet first and review your horse’s history.  I will perform a one minute quick evaluation and give you an opportunity to ask questions prior to the start of the treatment.   Post treatment, I will give my findings and recommendations in writing and again allow any questions you may have at that time.  Normally horses respond right away. 

Post Session:  Walk your horse for approximately 5 minutes (or pasture turnout is great!).  Give immediate and ready access to fresh water.  You may ride or exercise your horse (assuming the horse is sound) any time after the session.

Pricing: $85 per treatment session (may be reduced for purchase of blocks of or weekly sessions).  
​(cash, check, credit card or PayPal)

Locations: Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen, NOTE:  outside of Moore County, we will discuss a travel fee.