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        07-05-2013, 11:35 PM
      #11241
    Green Broke
    Wow, that is awesome. I remember you posting about her hips being off but not the whole story. Thanks! I am very happy for you both! After her first treatment and before this one were her hips off again or just a follow up treatment?? I guess I am wondering if they stayed fixed.
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        07-05-2013, 11:41 PM
      #11242
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by nvr2many    
    Wow, that is awesome. I remember you posting about her hips being off but not the whole story. Thanks! I am very happy for you both! After her first treatment and before this one were her hips off again or just a follow up treatment?? I guess I am wondering if they stayed fixed.
    Her hips were still even..she just did a followup to make sure the myofascia was still released. The good thing about the type of treatment is that for the most part,once the tissue has been released, it stays released unless another injury caused it to tighten again. Today she quickly worked on the hip area and then started working her way forward. At one point she found some tight tissues above the rib cage and started working on releasing them and started smiling and told me to come put my hand under hers.

    The muscles and tissues were jumping all around..it felt like a baby kicking. I said "OMG..what is that?" And she said it was the myofascia releasing. It slowed down and then stopped completely and I looked at Izzy's face and she was licking and chewing and sighed really loud.
         
        07-06-2013, 12:03 AM
      #11243
    Yearling
    Look at this really short video of her face during the treatment! Look at that lower lip!!!! Think she was enjoying it? LOL


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        07-06-2013, 12:10 AM
      #11244
    Green Broke
    ^^^^ priceless!
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        07-06-2013, 12:39 AM
      #11245
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    The vege patch

    Im fighting for my survival here and I have roped off the vege patch so Stella can't get a second go at it. Love the photos of the ride around the vinyard and would love to come back to the states one day but I doubt that will happen. So much I did not see on my last visit.
    I have this ongoing discussion with the Roslyn and that is what is wrong with having the horses mow the lawns. They do a good job, leave a deposit that is good for the vege garden and also trim the trees as they go. Threw in a photo of James.

    The north westerlies are beginning to blow which has the effect of making every thing move around the house That may be unsettling the horses.
    Nah come on over and settle bugs for me. Corgi you can jump on Stella she is dependable you can rely on her to dart this way then that way all in all a great workout then she will get over it and take you for a ride. That's why my saddle has a handle on it
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        07-06-2013, 01:28 AM
      #11246
    Green Broke
    Ok, what is everyone doing???? I am bored and still have 2 hours before DH gets home from his mandatory OT.
         
        07-06-2013, 02:25 AM
      #11247
    Banned
    Corgi, I am a chiro convert too. I couldn't figure out what the heck was wrong with Lucas, so started with a massage therapist (As they are cheaper), and they said chiro. I have seen a massive change.

    Critter, are they your mini's, I am thinking no, but are you using the same farrier - if so, you might want to rethink that, their feet don't look good at all, they are way too long on the toe, and too low on the heel.


    Stan, I'll come ride Bugs for you. Wish this was a sincere offer though, I would if you were local.
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        07-06-2013, 02:44 AM
      #11248
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    Originally Posted by AlexS    
    Corgi, I am a chiro convert too. I couldn't figure out what the heck was wrong with Lucas, so started with a massage therapist (As they are cheaper), and they said chiro. I have seen a massive change.

    Critter, are they your mini's, I am thinking no, but are you using the same farrier - if so, you might want to rethink that, their feet don't look good at all, they are way too long on the toe, and too low on the heel.


    Stan, I'll come ride Bugs for you. Wish this was a sincere offer though, I would if you were local.
    Any time you are in this neck of the woods you, and anyone else for that matter are welcome to make contact and take Bugs or Stella out for a ride. I might even be able to get some of our locals to go along and we could hit the bush, forest and the beach. Its a great ride and one needs to hang on. Hence my saddle has a handle. Up there for thinking down there for dancing You will have to be able to ride a western saddle or an Australian stock saddle. It gets a little steep in places and we have found most of those that have a fall are riding English GP saddles. Need that handle to hang onto.
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        07-06-2013, 07:26 AM
      #11249
    Weanling
    Hey all. Busy weekend here. Barn is about 99% done YEAH!!! Now on to next project. Big sigh.

    What is your favorite horse quote?

    Alex what were you cooking?

    More later.
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        07-06-2013, 09:28 AM
      #11250
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    Originally Posted by Farmchic    
    Hey all. Busy weekend here. Barn is about 99% done YEAH!!! Now on to next project. Big sigh.

    What is your favorite horse quote?

    Alex what were you cooking?

    More later.
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    My horses don't talk. Wish they could. What is your horses favorite quote.

    I know i'm in one of those moods.
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