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    08-01-2008, 03:25 AM
Equine Massage

Ifind equine massage really interesting and have decided to pursue it as a career. I will be going to New Zealand next year to learn from a guy that is awesome with horses and massage etc. But before then I want to do some reading up and basic skills etc.

Does anyone know websites that will help? I don't mind what style of eqine massage it is as long as it has something to do with the masssage type area of horses. I want to take a bit from a heap of different peoples styles and develop my own eventually.

I have gotten some books from the local library and they are a great help but some get really complicated really quick.
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    08-01-2008, 02:44 PM
To add more confusion..... LOL

This is the fellow we use, he specializes in Animal Structural Kinesiology, you may want to google that. http://www.mylesherman.com/

Tellington T-Touch is also popular up here in Canada.
    08-02-2008, 06:56 AM
Thanks! Those are really interesting especially A.S.K!!

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