The horse is prepared for the day of battle, but deliverance and victory
are of the Lord. (Prov. 21:31 ABV)
Prepared means - to be erect, "stand up straight"
Picture used with permission from Equissage, Inc.
Did you know horses have 42 muscle groups and many more individual muscles?
In Equissage we concentrate on 25 of these muscle groups and their function. It is very beneficial for maintaining the horse's health and fluid movement! If you are training or competing with your horse, no matter what discipline of riding, massage will benefit and improve his or her physical performance as well as mental well-being. Through a preliminary evaluation, muscle sensitivity can be recognized and treated with massage.
Benefits Of Massage
Boosts athletic performance & endurance
Improves muscle tone & increases range of motion
Aids in preventing injuries & loss of mobility
Reduces swelling & relieves pain
Relieves muscle fatigue & spasms
Restores mobility to injured muscle tissue
Equissage does not replace proper veterinary, dental, or farrier care!