Equine Sports Massage Therapy & Spinal Manipulation

Equine massage therapy is increasingly popular amongst professional and recreational horse owners alike who have found that it helps to improve the health, performance, discipline and general well being of their horse. Massage therapy is being used to improve performance, increase mobility and range of motion, and free up the horse's poll, neck, shoulders and back to improve jumping, bending, turning, and stopping. Just like humans, horses benefit from relaxing, invigorating, toning and therapeutic effects of good massage therapy. No-one would doubt the rational that muscles move joints so manipulating the vertebrae would also appear to be a logical approach, Hannah works by using massage as well as spinal manipulation to achieve optimal results and treats every horse as an individual. Equine sports massage therapist, Hannah Booker being based within easy reach of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire, offers a full range of treatments designed to help your horse.

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Holistic Human Massage Therapy

Hannah is also fully qualified in human massage. Horse and rider massage sessions are available, and are sure to be benifcial to both jockey and mount. Covering Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire, Hannah operates a mobile treatment sercvice and can treat you in the comfort of your own home.

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Hannah Booker

Hannah Booker pictured with horse at her Berkshire yardHannah Booker who has trained in Equine Sports Massage with world renowned Mary Bromiley and with the Complementary Therapy Association in Holistic Human Massage, gaining ITEC qualifications in both, offers horse owners a range of massage & spinal manipulation therapies designed to target specific ailments, performance related and or behavioural issues.

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