Equine Structural Integration

What is Equine Structural Integration?

Horses can develop long-term or deep holding patterns in the connective tissue (fascia) surrounding muscles, organs and bones that restrict movement and cause pain. Using deep hands-on bodywork, muscle tension and scarring release their hold allowing the range of motion and power to return to the rebalanced equine body. In utilizing this more deeply physical energy work, there is a sense of following the bodys innate healing mechanism, as my hands are guided to where and how they are needed. This work is very much about returning space and openness to the equine athletes, providing alignment and return to resistance-free, natural movement. Equine Structural Integration (ESI) is far more integrative than massage, which targets surface muscle groups and not an overall structural rebalancing. In other words, ESI works with the connectivity, relationship and release of holding patterns throughout the body. ESI is combined with Craniosacral Work in a 3 to 5 session series.

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