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Equine Massage

"A horse doesn't care how much you know until he knows how much you care. Put your hand on your horse and your heart in your hand." 

Pat Parelli

Wild Horses in Black & White
Bodywork Rates
First Session - $125
about 90 minutes

Follow-up Sessions - $100
about 60 minutes

Multiple Horses
$5 off per horse
Same day, same location




Carson City


Silver Springs

Locations Serviced
Share in Wellness!
Referral Program
Refer a friend and when they receive a massage for their horse
(or themselves) you receive a $10 discount off your next session.
The referred friend must be a first time client.
Wild Horses
What is the Masterson Method?


The Masterson Method, or Integrated Equine Performance Bodywork, is a unique, interactive method of equine bodywork in which I am trained to recognize and use the responses of the horse to my touch to find and release accumulated tension in key junctions of the body that most affect performance.

This is a results-oriented method of bodywork

The results are both visual and palpable

  • You get results real-time in the visual responses of the horse as he releases tension

  • You get results in improvement in performance, suppleness, mobility and comfort after the work is done

  • Another important result is the immediate bond of trust that develops, as a result, of this cooperation

"The groundwork for all happiness is good health."

Leigh Hunt

Animal brown horse
​The Masterson Method spans every part of the horse's anatomy.
  • Parasympathetic nervous system
  • Muscles
  • Skeleton
  • Fascia
  • Energetic body
Why would your horse need bodywork?


Repetitive work, pain, lameness, or compensation for any discomfort can cause tension patterns to develop in muscles and connective tissues that can restrict movement in joints and major junctions of the body. This accumulated tension and restricted movement can negatively affect performance, comfort and can often result in a loss of willingness and perceived behavior problems. These tension patterns can themselves eventually contribute to lameness.

Even after the primary cause of lameness is removed, the tension patterns and restriction often remain. A point has been reached where the horse cannot completely release this tension without help.

More Information
Click here to read my News & Updates article for more information about the Masterson Method


Horse Stall Portrait
Click here to be redirected to the Masterson Method website for more information


Gallery photos courtesy of Hannah Gray and Rene Jung

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