Quest Holistic Therapies
Tel: 08704 438769 / Mob: 07732 478566
Do you own a horse and live in Beverley, Hull or any of the surrounding areas of East Yorkshire?
If your horse is, or has been, accused of being uncooperative, un-genuine or even dangerous, it could well be that it is in pain. Suffering from muscular problems can create a variety of frustrating training setbacks and this is where Quest Holistic Therapies can help through Equine Massage Therapy.
The benefits to your horse of equine massage include:
Improved performance and temperament
Improved suppleness and range of movement
Helps to aid recovery after taking part in competitions
Speeds the removal of toxins
Relieves muscular soreness
Beneficial in the rehabilitation of seriously injured horses
Equine Sports Massage is the therapeutic application of professional sports massage techniques which are applied to the horse. It Increases circulation and reduces muscular tension, which are the primary causes of muscular injury thereby improving the rate of recovery. By providing your horse with prompt attention to “minor” muscular injuries you can help prevent the development of more serious problems.
The Equine Sports Massage Association (ESMA) ensures that the client receives services from fully qualified and insured therapists. As qualified Human Masseurs, therapists receive their training from the leading physiotherapist Mary Bromiley, physio to the New Zealand team in the World Equestrian Games in the Hague 1994.
The Veterinary Act states that full permission from the owner's vet is required before any treatment is undertaken as all practitioners are required to work within the rules of the Veterinary Act.
Wherever you live in East Yorkshire, if you would like further information about the benefit of Equine Sports Massage please do not hesitate to contact Quest Holistic Therapies by phone or visit their website via the link above.
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