All animals can benefit from myofascial release, but horses especially, because the rider/horse relationship is such a symbiotic one. Rider and horse respond to each other’s movements ; if the rider’s pelvis is unbalanced, eventually, the horse’s pelvis will mimic the dysfunction, and vice versa!
Working with horses is such a pleasure. It is so rewarding when they lean into you for an increased release – they know that you are helping them, and frequently, after treatment, they run and jump around, enjoying their newfound range of motion and balance.
Pat’s unique talent for evaluating horses has earned the respect of Olympic riders in the US and Canada. Pat travels the east coast to treat his clients that compete in dressage, eventing, TB racing, and combined driving.
Thank you Pat and Randa for a great weekend!
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