Jeanne and Jeanne with horses.

Discover how TOUCH
can give your horse an

Advanta-Touch and PerformaTouch - working together to provide the best in equine touch therapy


The Muscular System

Horse with color coded muscles groups

Sundance graciously acts as a model to show the color-coded muscle groups.



  • evaluation with full or partial body massage
  • stretching and joint release for your horse
  • Demonstrations and clinics are also available upon request

 The Benefits of Equine Massage

  • Increase in circulation
  • Relaxes muscle tension
  • Relieves muscle spasms
  • Aids in better elimination of waste and toxins
  • Reduces inflammation and swelling
  • Increase range of motion
  • Promotes rapid healing
  • Releases endorphins
  • Aids in better performance
  • Maintains the body's overall condition




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The muscular system, which makes up 60% of a horse's body weight, is the main organ for locomotion. Because it provides the power for movement, it's important to maintain good muscle conditioning to allow a horse to perform at its best. Massage is a controlled exercise providing safe stimulation to the body to help avoid muscle atrophy during long periods of rest. It is not, how-ever, a replacement for physical exercise which strengthens and develops the body's muscles.

picture of horse needing massage

Boy, I sure could use a massage right now!  








Jeanne Andrews, C.E.S.M.T.

Jeanne Hamerly, C.E.S.M.T.

Veterinary Advisor, Dr. Korin Mediate