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Equine Massage

Services and Pricing:


Intro Bundle- Three 60 Minute Equine Massages

*All 3 MUST be completed in no more than 10 days on the same equine. 

  • $150

$65 for 1 hour massage

$85 for 90 minute massage

Price includes:

  • Equine Kinesiology Tapping​​​​​​​​​

  • Myofascial Release

  • Cranial Sacral Therapy

  • Reiki 

  • Red Light Therapy

  • Equine cupping

  • Trigger Point Therapy


Additional Services 

  • Lymphatic drainage  $95 (takes 1.5-2 hours per horse)

  • EPM Rehab - price varies depending on plan of action

  • COMING SOON : Kissing Spine Rehab

Day Rate:

$360 for 8 horses

$300 for 6 horses

*all horses must be in the same location to be eligible 

To book call or text Michelle at 501-258-0835

Equine Massage

*Travel within a 35 mile radius of zip 72065 included. Outside of this radius is subject to a $1 per mileage fee.

*Payments are due at the time of service. 

Why should I get my equine a massage?

There are many benefits to equine massage. A qualified equine massage therapist can see things that others may not and will then have the knowledge to assist in correcting the issue.

Here are some of the main benefits of equine massage therapy:

  • Increased blood flow to the muscles

  • Enhances muscle tone

  • Improves circulation

  • Improves joint mobility

  • Reduces inflammation

  • Eases pain

  • Releases tension

  • Promotes healing

  • Releases toxins

  • Increases range of motion

  • Great for socialization and desensitization


To learn how massage can help your equine, submit a consultation form today.


Massage therapy DOES NOT replace vet care. Equine Massage Therapist do not diagnosis or prescribe medications.  

Why 3 massages in 10 days?

It is very valuable to the equine when they are first getting body work that they receive 3 massage within the first 10 days. Many times the main issue is the last to resolve. Think of it as working though the layers of issues that may have been created after compensating for soreness and/ or an injury over time. If the soreness or lameness is not resolved after the 3 massages in 7-10 days, it is likely the issue requires veterinary intervention.

How often should my horse get a massage?

It depends on the workload of the horse. If your horse does light work (examples: lightly ridden, broodmares, young and in training, retired), is in good health with no underlying conditions, once or twice a month should be sufficient for them. This scheduling allows them to reap the benefits of bodywork as well as helps catch any imbalances early. 

If your horse is a performance horse or a work horse, once a week is best to keep your equine at its best. Regular bodywork helps prevent injuries and muscle fatigue, improves mobility, enhances muscle tone, and so much more. Horse who need this kind of attention are performance horse, therapy horses, competition horses, working horses (police, cart, plow, ranch, trail riding program horses, etc.), geriatric horses, etc. These horse really need bare minimum bi-weekly bodywork to keep them in top shape. 

As a team we can discuss options for you and your equine that best suits your needs and financial situation. 

How long after a massage before I can ride or work my horse again after bodywork?

Immediately after session I recommend a 10-15 minute walk. Then after that it varies. Healthy horses where no issues were being treated (lameness, immobility, etc) are able to do light activities after bodywork. 

Am I required to be on site for the session? 

For the first session, yes. After that, it is decided on a case by case basis. If you board your horse,  please verify the rules set by the facility. 

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