I can help you to hear your horses voice by carefully monitoring their ability to self-select and self-medicate from nature, supported by oils and wild herbs.
I am currently undergoing 2 years of training to become a professionally qualified equine massage practitioner with the Equine Massage Academy at Bishop Burton Equine College and will soon hopefully graduate.
One form of treatment does not always suit all horses and so I have studied in a range of subjects to offer an all round full therapy consultation using a variety of modalities
In order to provide a full head to toe therapy, I am able to use a full range of equipment that will support and assist with healing, rehabilitation and the longevity of treatment.
I am also working towards a Level 5 diploma in equine nutrition. Everything in the horse is connected in some way and so i feel it is vital to have an all round knowledge of every one of the horses systems in order to fully understand and help them perform at the optimum level. More on this to follow later.