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Bodywork releases physical tension and restriction in the horse’s body which are often caused by repetitive work, ill-fitting tack or compensation for another problem elsewhere within the body.
Enhances learning and training. Mental acuity and learning benefit from increased blood flow and restored balance. Increased emotional and mental relaxation and blood flow to the brain lay the groundwork for mental clarity, and thus, improved learning and training.
Relieves muscle tension and pain, allowing muscles to function properly and at full capacity, thus aiding in the prevention of injury and/or strain.
Lengthens connective tissue, thereby increasing the horse’s range of motion and improving performance.
Competition horses enjoy reduced stress levels and relief from physical rigors of competition with regular massage.
Enhances muscle tone. It helps prevent and reduce atrophy (muscle loss) particularly in aging horses or those recovering from illness or injury.
Bodywork can relieve mental tension in the horse.
Increases the flow of nutrient-rich blood to the muscle tissue which allows the flushing out of cellular waste and excessive fluid, promoting healing.
Improves the circulatory and lymphatic systems, supporting the body’s defense against disease.
Decreases inflammation in the joints and releases endorphins, decreasing pain.