How Does Massage Integrate With Saddle Fit, Training, Hoof Care?

Michele Haman of Equilibrium Therapy LLC shares how a massage therapist can work with saddle fitters, trainers, and hoof care professionals to benefit the horse and its performance.
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How Does Massage Integrate With Saddle Fit, Training, Hoof Care?
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Michelle Haman of Equilibrium Therapy LLC shares how a massage therapist can work with saddle fitters, trainers, and hoof care professionals to benefit the horse and its performance.

This podcast is an excerpt from our Ask The Horse Live Q&A, ‘The Benefits of Massage For Your Horse.’ Listen to the full recording here.

Michele Haman of Equilibrium Therapy LLC shares how a massage therapist can work with saddle fitters, trainers, and hoof care professionals to benefit the horse and its performance.7/4/2021 14:00

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Michele Haman is the founder and owner of Equi-librium Therapy, LLC, based in Lexington, Kentucky and Wellington, Florida, which offers massage for equine athletes. She holds bachelor’s degrees in equine therapy, equine science, and equine management, as well as in accounting. She’s passionate about helping animals feel and perform their best and strives to grow and share her knowledge every day.

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