As featured in Horse & Rider Magazine, blog provider on  and Sponsored rider of Equicloth – Sophie Slavin, Equine Massage Therapistequicloth


Equine Massage Therapy is becoming a very popular service in the horse industry as more and more people are becoming aware of its benefits.

Massage therapy works by totally relaxing your horse, pinpointing any areas of discomfort and locating muscle spasms. Muscle spasms make it difficult for the horse to have a complete, natural range of movement. Therefore with massage therapy, your horse will start working and performing better for you.

If your horse is nervous or has ticklish spots, massage therapy can also help to calm them and help them to accept pressure in these areas, as they will actually enjoy the treatment!

The stretching techniques used in massage therapy are hugely beneficial. How often do you stretch your horses legs, neck and back in the correct way? People know to stretch their own muscles after exercise, its the same with horses.

Massage isn’t just a luxury, it’s a huge benefit to all horses and ponies, whether competing or happy hackers, even those on box rest will benefit as massage promotes blood flow and can actually aid a quicker recovery! It also creates a wonderful bond between you and your horse as you learn to continue the stretches yourself.

I have numerous case studies and testimonials to prove success in all the services I offer. Available Locally & Nationally. Fully insured. Veterinary permission is gained for all massage therapy sessions.

Working in connection with Likit Products and Equicloth to enable you to get the most out of stretching your horse. and