Course Content
Recognizing Tension
Learn how to recognize tension in your horse based on facial expression, stance, and through touch.
Basic Massage Techniques
Learn basic massage techniques like effleurage and myofascial releases that will help your horse find relief (and releases) between bodywork sessions, or if you don't have access to a professional.
Beginning stretches you can do with your horse safely and when it is best to do them. Note the differences in horses that are used to bodywork and others that have limited range of motion.
Introduction to Aromatherapy
Aromatherapy and the use of essential oils as an inhalant or topically can be hugely beneficial for your horse. Learn how to introduce scents and how to recognize when your horse is interested versus when they "say no".
Taming the Tension for Horse Owners (Video Course)
About Lesson

Hi, my name is Heather Wallace and I’m a triple-certified and veterinary referred bodyworker based in Monmouth County, New Jersey. I’ve worked for almost a decade on hundreds, perhaps thousands of animals to help your animal feel their most balanced and best. 

I’ve trained my eyes and my hands to recognize tension that can lead to long-term health issues such as strains, sprains, kissing spine, lameness, hi-low, bucking, rearing, head tossing and so much more. My goal is to prevent physical pain from causing behavioral issues in as many animals as I can. 

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