Raindrop therapy technique uses essential oils to promote energy and vitality.
It enhances the immune system, alleviates pain alone the spine, relaxes their muscles, and removes toxins from within the body. It also helps in respiratory and digestion complaints and it strengthens blood capillaries. It has been found to help horses with heaves, founder, arthritis, EPM, and other neurological disorders.
Raindrop therapy can help with poor posture, tightness and pain. The essential oils used in the raindrop therapy technique are known for naturally reducing pain and have been used to reduce inflammation, increase circulation and have antimicrobial properties.
Raindrop therapy stimulates healing by killing bacteria and viruses hibernating along the length of the spine, relieving inflammation and pain,
soothing the nervous system, unwinding tight and sore muscles, tendons and ligaments,
balancing and harmonizing the energy and structural systems of the body, producing deep relaxation and facilitating the release of stubborn emotions, and enhancing immunity and cleansing the body of toxins.
If you are having a horse adjusted, the raindrop therapy technique will help the spine realign easier. Raindrop therapy should be done 1-4 days before the adjustment.
Equine massage is used to improve performance, increase mobility and range of motion, and free up the horse’s poll, neck, shoulders, and back to improve jumping, bending, turning, and stopping.
Massage causes the muscles to fill with rich oxygenated blood flow and increases circulation; which removes wastes and toxic buildup from fatigued muscles. Alleviation of muscle tension and spasms can naturally increase the horse’s efficiency. Removing harmful toxins from muscles and joints increases the flexibility, muscle tone, range of motion and enhances competitive performance. By using a consistent massage regime, you can improve your horse’s performance, confidence and overall quality of life.
Not only does massage improve the horse’s performance and health, it can also be used to help the horse relax. If a horse is stressed out or jumpy, massage normally will help relax the stressed horse and it helps the confidence of a jumpy one.
Massaging a horse before competition can result in as much as 20% increase in efficiency.
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