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Facilitating Heart-Felt Connections Between 


Liz Steele,CESMT
 ​Animal Communicator
Equine Massage Therapist
Recreation Therapist

Graceful ​​
Equine Massage
 Equine Sports Massage is not to take the place of veterinary care but to enhance the care.

Benefits of Massage
  • Improves circulation and as a result, promotes more rapid healing of injuries.
  • Enhances muscle tone and increases range of motion
  • Eases muscle spasms.
  • Reduces inflammation and swelling in the joints so that pain is relieved.
  • Relieves tension.
  • Stimulates circulation in the lymphatic system and hastens the elimination of waste products and other toxins.
  • Lengthens connective tissue and  breaks down/prevents the formation of adhesions and reduces the danger of fibrosis.
  • Generally improves the disposition of the animal.
Adhesion- an abnormal union of membranous surfaces due to inflammation or injury

Fibrosis- the thickening and scarring of connective tissue, usually as a result of injury

  1. 60% of the horse's body weight is muscle
  2. Muscle soreness can be the result of injury, cooling down too fast, structural or systemic imbalance, overstretching or overuse/misuse
  3. Muscle problems are cumulative in nature, if one set of muscles are tight, the horse will compensate by tensing  up and using other muscles
  4. Muscle, damaged or not, do not show up on X-Rays

Equine Massage
Pricing & Options
 Each massage session  is approximately one hour in length.  I evaluate your horse and note any reactive areas prior to and during the massage. 
SASA Energy work is incorporated into the session. SASA  is given through my focus without  any attachment to outcome, but for the highest good of all and is a great addition to massage.  Animals and humans love receiving this energy.  

I request the approval of your veterinarian  by signing an intake form prior to first massage. However, You may choose to waive the veternarian signature on the consent for services.

 I  travel to your location for the session.  Payment is expected at time of massage. Please contact me to get started!

Making the connection with your equine begins with the care you offer them. By adding an Animal Communication question to the massage session, you reaffirm your commitment to them to build relationship rather than ownership

  • Equine Massage $60

  • Series of 3 Recovery/Rehab Massages  $165

  • Horse in Training Package, 4/30 days  $200

  • Equine Massage + Full basic AC session $110

  • Add SASA  to massage session  +$15

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