Posted 2019-02-08 10:48 PM (#7421597) Subject: Looking for an equine massager
So after reading what therapies some of the pro girls use, I noticed most believe in a good massage for their athlete instead of the fad alternative therapy products out there.
I would like to purchase one this year,but don't care to spend a ton on one. Any certain brands that you use and like? I do have one horse that is always muscle tight when stalled all weekend at shows.
What about the Equisports one?
Posted 2019-02-09 10:54 AM (#7421615 - in reply to #7421597) Subject: RE: Looking for an equine massager
Location: Wonderful Wyoming
I guess I have never seen anyone use a machine of sorts, but I do love the hands on. I have a lady up in SD that will teach you to do your own, but it is $2500-$3000 or there abouts to learn. It would be cheaper in the long run, but I only have 2 horses done maybe 2-3 times a year so I just haul to her or she meets me at a show.
Posted 2019-02-09 3:53 PM (#7421640 - in reply to #7421597) Subject: RE: Looking for an equine massager
I think the book Getting in T-Touch has some good message techniques if you are looking for hands on.
Some of the horse massagers I’ve seen look exactly like the ones my grandpa had for his back and neck, and I know he didn’t spend near what the horse ones cost! Might be worth checking out human ones on Amazon, or garage sales lol!