Services we offer

Our services currently consist of Equine Sports Massage treatments for your horse, which is a non-invasive, therapeutic application of sports massage techniques and passive stretches.

We also sell ready-made equine first aid kits consisting of all the necessities should you ever need them.  Please contact us directly if you would like to learn more.


Massage Treatments

Please note, depending on distance, there may sometimes be a small travel charge.

3+ horses booked for treatment on one yard

Should there be any travel charge this will then be spread across the group (price per horse).

Yards and Riders

If you would like to book as a yard or you have several horses that you would like treated, please contact me for an individual quote.

Talks and Yard Visits

If your yard or college is interested in learning more about equine anatomy, injury and biomechanics, please contact me for an individual quote.

Pole Work Clinics

Please contact me for further information if you are interested in either a private lesson or a pole work clinic for your yard.

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If you have any further questions which the pricing table or FAQ's doesn't answer, then please contact us.


Yes, under the Veterinary Surgeon Act 1966, any Equine Sports Massage Therapist must obtain veterinary consent prior to treatment.  Charlotte will do all of this for you prior to your appointment.

The number of sessions required will depend on what is found when treating your horse.  Some horses will only need maintenance sessions, which we usually recommend to have every 7-8 weeks at a time depending on the horse, or perhaps sooner if you are regularly competing or doing strenuous work and feel that your horse needs a regular ‘top-up’.  However, if there is a lot of pain/soreness found in a session, or the horse is following a rehabilitation program, the horse may benefit from more regular treatment. A plan will always be made at the end of each session.

Please note that equine sports massage is not a substitute for veterinary treatment and if there was ever question for concern which I felt a vet should investigate further I will always work with you and refer you back to your veterinarian.

After every session Charlotte will discuss her findings with you and will begin to create a plan with you going forward.  As part of this plan you will be given a selection of stretches, groundwork, pole work and ridden exercises to complete between treatments.

I cannot stress enough the endless benefits that massage therapy can have for your horse, which is supported not only by those who have experienced equine massage, but also years of scientific research! Here are just a few of the benefits:

  • Injury prevention
  • Stress relief
  • Increased flexibility and range of movement
  • Increased circulation
  • Improve and increase muscle tone
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Improves performance
  • Reduces inflammation and alleviates pain
  • Aids drainage of the lymphatic system

Can be used pre-event to loosen and warm up muscles prior to an event, or it can be used post-event to relieve muscle tension, aid recovery and return the muscles back to their normal state much quicker than they would without a massage.