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Hi all, I’m now on Twitter too, please follow me: Equine_Massage1 Thanks!
Hi all, I’m now on Facebook: Claire Dunn, Equine Massage Therapy - its a business page so its a but tricky to find, here’s the link below: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Claire-Dunn-Equine-Massage-Therapy/300270366712021 Thanks! look fwd to seeing you on there!
**** Wishing a very Merry Christams and a happy and healthy 2012 to all my clients and their horses ****
Stuck for Christmas ideas for your horsey friends? Why not buy them a voucher towardsan Equine Massage Treatment?? Christmas Vouchers are now available in: £10 £20 £30 and £40 call Claire to arrange purchase: 07843 275 655
Thanks to the dedication of her owners, careful management, and regualr massages, Nessie has come on leaps and bounds and has now returned to light work -something many thought may never happen. She is enjoying ridden and led walks out a few times a week and her breathing has continued to remain stable. Nessie is proof [...]
Thanks to all that attended my Demo yesterday in Medstead, the evening was a great success and Vancy was a great model!! Special thanks to Cordelia and Malcom and Allen & Page Feeds If you would like a Demo at your yard contact me on 07843275665
* FREE DEMO EVE* WEDNESDAY 1st JUNE IN MEDSTEAD, CONTACT ME FOR MORE DETAILS OR TO BOOK A SPACE: 07843275665
It would seems from hearing from friends and clients that colic and laminitis are absolutely rife at the moment? With the unusually sunny spring we’ve had the grass content must be incredibly rich. So how can we help avoid these worrying times and endless vets bills? Well there’s no single easy solution to either colic or laminitis prevention [...]
A good way to gain a better understanding of where the muscles are on a horse and how they affect his movement, is to paint them on. Use different colours for different muscle groups and then ask someone to lead the horse around so you can see them working. This not only helps you to [...]