Do You Want Your Horses BEST Performance?

Sports Massage Therapy for the Wining Edge and a More Comfortable Horse

Lisa's Advanced 3-Day Event Rider/Trainer/Massage Therapist tuned into the needs of your equine athlete.

Forms of Therapy

Join The Forerunners Of Sports With Massage For The Winning Edge

Therapeutic, hands-on massage has long been recognized for its ability to increase circulation, relax muscle spasm, relieve tension, enhance muscle tone and increase range of motion... to list but a few of the benefits. Sports massage was originally developed for the athletic competitor and considers anything less than maximum performance to be a problem! Specifically, the science is based on the ideas that 1) prevention is better than correction, and 2) treat the cause and not just the symptoms! Massage therapy is effective because it releases spasms, increases blood supply to the tissues, breaks up knotted muscle fibers. helps lessen inflammation, and hastens elimination of lactic acid. Massage therapy administered before an event can loosen and warm muscles, preparing them for heavy use. This can help prevent injury, improve performance, and maximize endurance. Massage therapy administered after an event relieves muscle pain, prevents stiffness, and lessens recovery time.

Benefits of Sports Massage Therapy

  • Improves circulation
  • Increases the number of red blood cells
  • Stimulates the lymphatic system
  • Increases metabolism
  • Relaxes muscle spasms
  • Relieves tension
  • Lengthens connective tissue and breaks down/prevents the formation of adhesions and reduces the danger of fibrosis
  • Helps to lessen inflammation in the joints and so alleviates pain
  • Increases blood supply and nutrition to muscles
  • Improves general well being
  • Enhances muscle tone, increases range of motion, and aids in recovery of common muscle problems
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Common Equine Muscular Problems

  • Shortened strides
  • Hind leg scuffing
  • Hip and shoulder
  • Resisting leads
  • "Cold Back"
  • Grithing problems
  • Head shyness
  • Neck discomfort
  • Loss and performing ability
  • Tail carriage and many more

Every Equine, be it the high performance athlete or the family pet is a candidate who can benefit from Sports Massage Therapy. Treatment of pressure points and wounds or injury;
Certificate of Completion

HorsePower Equine Physical Therapy 1 + 2

Call today to arrange a consultation for your horse.

by Appointment

Lisa Kent
Energy and Massage Therapist
Life Long Equestrian

Graduate of Horse Power, Florida
Equissage, Virginia


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