Use the power of fascia to help your horse
Isn’t it time to help him be more comfortable?
Horses change in one session. Conformation Balancing melts stuck fascia (connective tissue) for self-intelligent progress. Solve elusive limits and their pain by letting fascia flow freely. Training cannot solve stuck tissue. Repetitive exercises add to stuckness, creating pain and misery for horses. You can avoid force and failure by finding the horse’s limits. Fascia tech releases limits and pain. Horses feel better and move better. Anxiety is gone, since fascia carries emotional memory.
Why do horses need fascia bodywork? Wild horses move about 50 miles a day; confined horses don’t get enough natural movement to stay fit easily. Repetitive work in small areas does not bring all-around fitness. Domestic riding horses need our help to make up for the lost, free movement that keeps them well organized and balanced. Standing in runs or stalls and hanging at the gate doesn’t allow their bodies enough movement. Since many of us sit at desks, we know how that compromises our own fitness. This is why many horses benefit from walking for 20 minutes to warm up for work. This is also why walking a horse often brings such great results in conditioning them. Like people, moderate work is better than too much intense work.
Compare the before and after photos below. The top horse changed in 3 sessions in 6 months. Notice the happier attitude on the bay horse; this happened in 5 sessions. The grey mare, 3rd down, completely balanced from chronic lameness in 2 years. The balanced nostril photo change happened in 1 session.
I FELT THE TISSUE MOVE LIKE A WAVE....
After the workshop, I came home and spent time with Aspen refreshing our communication. She never left me. Aspen always has tissue issues on the left side of her neck. I laid hands on her and I felt the tissue move (like a wave under my hand) and then I felt a lot of movement by my little finger. It felt like a creek. I am so excited to finally have a chance to get reconnected with my horse. And she clearly loved the attention. Nancy F.
My 12-year-old Hanoverian is moving with the freedom and flexibility she had as a 5-year-old. Canter, to my Quarter horse, meant totally resist, or canter a few strides then break or try to get out of it by any means possible. Now, his canter is nice, soft and relaxed; he’ll canter wonderfully until asked to stop. Rickie S
After her first session, she had more energy and was eager to canter for a long time. After the second session, she was much more balanced and willing to shift her weight to her hind end. This resulted in smoother and cleaner canter departs and our lateral work was much easier. After her third session, she has more energy, like the horse I never knew I had. Thank you for unlocking her potential for a bright future and giving us a chance to become better partners. Your bodywork is money well spent. Marcia S.