SHIATSU for horses

How can a therapy that sometimes appears to do so little, achieve so much? Simple – it is the interaction between giver and receiver that is the key to good Shiatsu.. Quality of touch is most important and allows the practitioner to “talk” to the horse. By feeling what the body is telling you means that techniques, stretches and pressure can be tailored to each individual. So if you are looking for a therapy that gives you more than being a mechanic to “fix” things, then come and try Shiatsu.

Courses to practitioner level and intro weekends to teach you how to help your horses are available, for more information contact Liz  on 01821 642 334 or email liz@equestrian-shiatsu.com

Author: News Editor

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