Massage therapy is new science based upon old principles of managing sports related pain and injury through careful attention to the underlying muscle, bone, and tissue structures of the horse and/or rider.
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Beth Shaw offers intensive training courses in faradic and impulse therapy in South Africa, employing the Winks Greene methods of pinpointing and treating muscular or skeletal injuries of the equine athlete.
Equine Education Connection
Information and instruction on equine massage therapy and other alternative equine therapies.
Equine Pacifica California Equine Massage School
Horse massage school located in San Diego. Provides details of the courses offered which include triggerpoint therapy, myofascial release and meridian energetic touch. Also includes the class schedules and related articles.
Equine Sports Massage Association
UK specialist organization. Includes information on the benefits of equine massage and a directory of qualified practitioners.
Offers international courses for professionals including equine massage, anatomy, biomechanics, saddlefit, acupressure, equine dentistry, MFR and CST, taught by specialists.
Equissage is a nationally and internationally recognized program. Offering both equine and canine certification programs.
Equissage: New England and New York
Provides courses in equine sports massage therapy including the ESMT Certification Program. Provides details of fees and dates of courses which are held year round.
EquiTouch Systems, Inc.
Offers an equine massage certification program. Features the courses, instructors, graduates and class dates. Based in Loveland, CO.
Geary Whiting's Equine Massage School
School addresses both horse and rider performance problems through weight training, massage, and nutrition.
Talisman Equine Educational Exchange
Equine massage school providing instruction on this holistic health therapy for horses. Provides details of the curriculum and instructors.
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