Cranio sacral treatment
Price €: 55
Cranio Sacral Therapy is an energy-based therapy where the therapist uses light contact on specific parts of the body, not just the cranium, spine and sacrum. There is no physical manipulation of bones or tissues and the body is allowed to readjust at its own pace. The therapist applies specific hands-on techniques to the horse’s body to release restrictions in its musculoskeletal system and fascia (a web like tissue which is present throughout the whole body and which acts like a protective cling film around tendons, joints and ligaments).
CranioSacral Therapy is a gentle, non-manipulative but effective therapy; it encourages the body’s natural self-healing mechanisms.
Equine CranioSacral Therapy can help treat many conditions, both chronic and acute, including:
Facial nerve paralysis
Hock or stifle issues
Lumbar or sacroiliac problems
Head injuries and traumas
TMJ/TMD (tempromandibular joint disfunction)
Blocked tear ducts
Unexplained behaviour – bucking, refusing, rearing, shying, spookiness
Difficulty in making transitions, flat in work
Difficulty with breathing
Grinding teeth or difficulty chewing food
Besides this therapy it is important to look at the total management of the horse`s situation. With management I mean stabling, training, hoof care, dental treatment, the use of a saddle, bit and very important, feeding!
If you are interested in a treatment for your horse then please contact me by sending me an e-mail, app or calling me.
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