Equine Bodywork

Equine Release, bodywork for your horse

Equine Bodywork

Releasing Tension and Increasing Performance in your horse

Did you know that tight muscles will hold the joints tight, and restrict movement,  Using Equine Bodywork to release these tight muscles, will allow the joints to move more freely. Your horse will have better muscle development and be happier in himself.

Equine Bodywork Services

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Masterson Method

This light touch technique works on the Horses nervous system. So they have to let go of the tension they are hiding. It is wonderfull for ‘Mystery lameness’, for Horses that are tight in the hind end, sacroiliac issues, tension in the Poll. Head shy and Horses that are lame or sore that seem to disappear when the Horse warms up.

Emmett4Horses

This wonderful technique uses light touch in specific areas to alleviate muscle soreness in your Horse. It resets the muscle and encourages the horse to stride out and move freely.

Acupuncture

Diploma of Equine Acupuncture.

Acupuncture can help a variety of dis-ease in your Horse. From suffering from Itch to sore back, from sacroiliac trouble, to helping with tendon sprain

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Masterson Method

This light touch technique works on the Horses nervous system. So they have to let go of the tension they are hiding. It is wonderfull for ‘Mystery lameness’, for Horses that are tight in the hind end, sacroiliac issues, tension in the Poll. Head shy and Horses that are lame or sore that seem to disappear when the Horse warms up.

Emmett4horses

Emmett4Horses

This wonderful technique uses light touch in specific areas to alleviate muscle soreness in your Horse. It resets the muscle and encourages the horse to stride out and move freely.

equine acupuncture

Acupuncture

Diploma of Equine Acupuncture.

Acupuncture can help a variety of dis-ease in your Horse. From suffering from Itch to sore back, from sacroiliac trouble, to helping with tendon sprain

Having trouble with your horses performance

  • Ears back, and tries to bite when you put the saddle on or when you try to mount
  • Does your horse bite
  • Not striding out properly
  • Mystery lameness
  • Disunites in canter
  • Uneven muscle developement
  • Cold Backed
  • Is your horse girthy
  • Sore in the Poll
  • Cranky
  • Holds tail to one side

Help your horse to stride out better, be softer in collection, more willing to lift, round his neck and collect. Be smoother in his gaits and transitions.

We work with Race Horses, Show Ponies, Dressage Horses, Showjumpers and Pleasure Horses.

Our services work best in conjunction with your vet and farrier services.

About Me

My name is Lizzy, my passion has always been, since I was very young, Horses!!

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I loved how they moved, how they smelt, their big kind eyes and soft muzzles. I loved drawing them, and loved riding them.

Growing up in the Hills Area, I would be forever riding at Jackeroo Ranch in Kenthurst, eventually working there with the holiday camps and taking out trail rides around the back roads of Maralya.

Drawing horses, I have a great appreciation of joints, muscles, how a horse uses its weight in various disciplines, and gaits. How muscle grows and why muscle will not develop. How a horses conformation can help and hinder their career. Why a horse moves like he does, and why he gets sore or lame.

I have studied Equine Acupuncture under Allan Moffatt. Attended a whole horse dissection with Sharon-May Davis and completed a Master Class in Equine Bodywork with Sharon-May Davis.

I am approved for a Practitioner with Emmett4Horses and now part-way through my Masterson Method.

I moved to the Hawkesbury area 20 years ago when my husband and I got married. We now have three children and live on beautiful property with our little shetland, my daughters competition dressage horse and my young warmblood.

Qualifications

Masterton Method Certified Practitioner  #0417680316
Diploma of Equine Acupuncture
Approved Practitioner EMMETT4HORSES

Sponsored Rider

Claire Seidl

Claire Seidl is a Grand Prix Rider, based here in the Hawkesbury. Her successes in the dressage arena include FEI Horse of the Year and CDI winner. She is funny with a quick wit and great laugh. She absolutely loves her horses, and TS Wicked, (Charlie) is one of our Sponsored Horses who receives regular bodywork to keep him soft and supple. Dressage requires a horse to have Rhythm and Relaxation. Bodywork ensures your horse is relaxed to have rhythm in his paces.

Claire has trained in Germany and is available for lessons.

www.clairseidl.com.au

Contact Me

Lizzy Bennett
equinerelease@bigpond.com
Ph – 0417 680316

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