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Equine Musculo-Skeletal Manipulation Therapy

Equine Musculo-Skeletal Manipulation Therapy
Laura Bradbeer (ICAT dip) ESMT

Laura Bradbeer holds an ICAT diploma in Equine Sports Massage Therapy with distinction, and is one of the first students to qualify in Equine Musculo-Skeletal Manipulation Therapy, also with distinction.

She runs Equiflexion and treats horses and ponies across Cheshire, The Wirral, North Wales and Shropshire.

"I love treating horses with massage therapy but was finding that I was encountering problems which either stemmed from, or were affecting, the joints and spine and I wasn't able to give the horse the full treatment it needed. When I discovered that Julie was running her first Musculo-Skeletal Manipulation course, I enrolled straight away.
The course was like the missing piece of the puzzle! As always it had a great balance of theory and practical work with further study to be done at home. Being able to now treat the joints and spine as well as the muscles means I can treat a wider range of problems and help the horse even more than before!"


Canine Massage In Surrey

Canine Massage In Surrey
Lizzie Harrison

Lizzie Harrison studied an ICAT Remedial Canine Massage course and has now set up Healing Paws in Mitcham, Surrey, providing mobile canine remedial massage and rehabilitation in London, Surrey and Kent in the comfort of the dogs own home.

See her website at www.healingpaws.co.uk


International ICAT

International ICAT
A news item

A recent ICAT course had students from SIX DIFFERENT COUNTRIES!!!
They came from England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Russia and Singapore!



Canine Massage in Ashford, Kent

Canine Massage in Ashford, Kent
Gillian Schweizer

Gill qualified with ICAT (the Institute for Complementary Animal Therapies) Dip.(Dist), is a member of the Animal Massage Association and a Reiki Master Practitioner.

Gill has experience of working with dogs (from veterinary referral) suffering from a variety of problems including OCD of elbow and stifle, arthritis, cruciate ligament repairs including tibial levelling osteotomy, bi-lateral pectinotomy, severe hip disease, spondylosis, lordosis, lumbar spine/disc disease, recovering from road accidents and agility dogs who need maintenance massage to keep them fit for competition.

Gill runs Animals First And Foremost in and around Ashford, Kent.

Phone: 01233 861443

Email: gillnmax@holisticanimalhealing.co.uk

Website: www.holisticanimalhealing.co.uk


Equine Massage in Surrey

Equine Massage in Surrey
Sarah Holton

Sarah Holton has been involved in the Equine Industry for over 15 years.

She has an Honours degree in Equine Science as well as being a fully trained Equine Sports Massage Therapist and is accredited with the Animal Massage Association.

She has worked on a wide range of horse and ponies from all walks of life and training yards including rescue horses, showponies, broodmares, racehorses and affiliated eventers and showjumpers.

Sarah has also taught riding at her home yard in Surrey, and frequently competes her own horse.

She is now running Holton Horse Therapy in Worcester Park, Surrey.

Mobile: 07739042591
Email: holtonhorsetherapy@hotmail.co.uk

Address: 70 Leyfield, Worcester Park, Surrey, KT4 7LR