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Caroline Bennetts Performance Massage


Qualified and Insured Equine Sports Massage Therapist (ESMT) Mastersons Method Practitioner (MMCp) Myofascial Release, Acupressure, Dr Daniel Kamen Mobilisation techniques, Kinesiology Taping
I am also able to treat the rider as I am a qualified ITEC massage therapist and sports and rehabilitation therapist.



I have studied and developed various techniques over the years and adapt my skills to each individual horse. Deep tissue massage, Masterson Method Integrated Body Work, Acupressure, Myofacial release work, Meridian balancing, Pilates core strengthening exercises, stretching, massage and nutrition enable me to offer a holistic approach to you and your horse

The various massage and stretching techniques I use enables the horse to perform to its full potential by

•Increasing and improving circulation and reducing congestion within blood and
lymph vessels
•Increasing performance and flexibility
•Helping to prevent injury
•Improving recovery time
•Enhancing muscle tone
•Relaxing muscle spasm
•Preventing and relieveing adhesions and fibrous bands in muscles, tendons and
•Increasing the range of movement and helps maintain flexibility
•Promoting general well-being
•Stimulates or relaxes the nervous system
•Increases excretion of fluids
•Increases the exchange of substances between cells
•Encourages tissue repair
•Stretches connective tissue
•Increases intestinal movement
•Stimulates glands
•Helps clean pores
Massage can benefit the well being of the animal, release tension and aid mental relaxation. In the event of an Injury, massage is of great benefit to aid recovery and prevent atrophy (wasting) of muscles.

Following your horses treatment I like to leave you with some simple exercises and/or techniques which you can perform between visits to ensure your horse gains the most benefit.

Equine massage can also help:

· Movement

· Topline

· Lameness

· Stiffness

· Increase Performance

· Improve your horses stride

· Inflammation of soft tissues

· Keeping older horses active

· Help with behavioural problems

· Rehabilitation after injury

£55 per session (within 10 mile radius of BH24)

I always like to leave on a positive note and therefore this may over run.

Your intitial treatment will take up to 1.5 hours as this includes a free assesment.

Please call for a no obligation chat.

07714 333284


Ref: 1359-046

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