you have ever had a massage, you know how great it feels and how therapeutic it is for stresses, injuries, and sore muscles.
Similarly, horses benefit from massage. They get tired, overworked, and sore just as we do—from daily routine,
age, injuries, and competitive events. And horses have a muscular system that accounts for 60% of their total body weight,
compared to 40–50% for humans!
The noninvasive technique of equine massage therapy eases sore muscles and improves health and performance
by enhancing range of motion and flexibility, increasing circulation, and improving disposition and overall well-being.
Equine massage is a great complement to traditional veterinary care as well as nontraditional care such as acupuncture and
chiropractic. Massage is an important component of complete, well-rounded horse care.
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