"When I bestride him, I soar, I am a hawk; he trots the air. The earth sings when he touches it."
Loni A., Newfoundland
I had Kirsten come out and do a treatment on my Canadian Warmblood mare. Within minutes I knew that she had a profound skill for massage. As a Dressage rider we aim for correct balance, symmetry and throughness in our horses. She was able to pin point my mare's weaknesses and where she was over developed. With her critical eye and knowledge of anatomy she was able to advise me of strengthening exercises to add to my program as well as daily techniques to help maintain looseness. I recommend Kirsten as part of any horse's performance or rehab plan. Many thanks!
Kelly L., Kinburn, ON
Dually has never, ever backed up so softly and he has been so much happier since his massage!
Wade H., Newfoundland
Jack is a 18 year old, retired Standardbred racehorse. We adopted him from an animal rescue organization in Ontario in 2012. He was extremely depressed, had a bowed tendon, and a fused fetlock joint. After a month of massage, good nutrition, and supplements he was a completely different horse! He has fully recovered from his bowed tendon, has some movement in his fetlock joint, and is extremely flexible all over. Not to mention he is a much happier horse now that he is loved and no longer in constant pain.
Julia P., Newfoundland
I have received wonderful feedback from my coach on your work with Muzette; I am super pleased with her already and am so grateful with how thorough you were with me and her. Thanks a million!
Jessica P., Newfoundland
Raffie responded really well to the massage, my coach was commenting on how she was a lot less inclined to let her hind quarters wander to the outside on a bend. Thanks for the help!
Karen Y., Newfoundland
Vegas was phenomenal Monday night after his massage. Thank you, Thank you!
Andy P., Kemptville, ON
Barnie is a 23 year old rescue pony who had been kicked in the shoulder repeatedly by another horse. He could barely walk and had no control of his leg. My vet told me he had nerve damage to that area and it would take at least 2 years to heal. Kirsten massaged Barnie twice a week for two months. We started to notice a difference in him just after a couple of weeks. He was able to use his leg more, and in two months he was galloping around the field! The next time the vet was out he had a look at Barnie and was shocked that he had improved so quickly.