Proudly giving horses (& dogs) a Touch of Hope
Equine Bodywork helps realign the horse’s body to allow the body to heal itself.
Animals have an amazing capacity to self-heal…as long as the skeleton and organs are in perfect rhythm. However, sometimes there are issues that prevent their bodies from that natural healing.
These issues can include but are not limited to:
Trauma or accident
Pain in the poll, neck, girth, withers, back, croup, and/or legs
Holds head to one side
Gaits are off
Spooks, bucks, bolts, or backs up for no reason
Hind end drops
Stirrups feel uneven
May drag one or more feet
Bad attitude or fearful
Mystery lameness issues
Bodywork helps free the natural healing process by bringing suppleness, movement, flexibility and comfort to the horse.
I specialize in two Equine Bodywork modalities. The Masterson Method® and the Tucker BioKinetic Technique. The combination of these two modalities have been life changing for horses!
My top priority is to do what's best for your horse. I look forward to meeting you and discussing how we can work together to help your horse.
A single session can be used as evaluation of the horse, or to bring some comfort to an old soul
It is very common to get great results in 3 sessions to uncover layers of restriction or pain that may have accumulated over time. This package also provides a discount for committing to three sessions in advance
Ongoing session. By working on the horse more regularly we can maintain suppleness, movement, flexibility and comfort for the horse
"I must say, I rode with a critical feel not expecting much but was very pleasantly surprised. Her shoulders, withers and back seemed to move with a freer feeling-more relaxed..."
"My horse was in so much pain, I wasn't able to ride her. Since Angie worked with her..."
"When I got Tundra, my 6 yr old shepherd, four months ago, he was very quiet and slow moving. Even though I had his hips tested and..."
Touch of Hope bodywork sessions encourage wellness in the horse and are not intended to replace veterinary care.
Always consult your veterinarian before using any therapy.