Equine Breathing World wide
Equine Breathing is a new holistic method that enables horse owners to help their horse recover from chronic ailments (such as Chronic Pulmonary Obstructive Disease, COPD where the horse has difficulty breathing) and behavioural problems (such as headshaking), and to increase fitness and performance. Anyone can do Equine Breathing using free instructions available on Clare’s website above. It is soothing and relaxing and horses enjoy it.
If a horse has a chronic ailment or behavioural problem, then it will be over breathing (breathing too big a volume of air). Over breathing has a direct and damaging effect on the physiology and can therefore eventually manifest in symptoms.
Equine Breathing is not a veterinary technique or even a therapy, it is simply a training method that owners can use to bring their horse’s breathing back towards normal. As the horse’s breathing improves, the physiology recovers and symptoms reduce.
Click here for a short introductory video about Equine Breathing The website is full of info including case studies, how it works, how to help your horse, how to help yourself etc. Clare of Equine Breathing is always happy to hear from you and answer questions by email.
Lindy Dekker South Africa
Location: Gauteng – but she does travel
Modality: Guild certified TTOUCH practitioner for horses and companion animals
Michelle Mellet South Africa
Region: Cape Town, Western Cape
Mobile number: +27 0824660187
About Michelle: I am a qualified equine body working having qualified through Equiworks SA (Equinology), I perform sports massage on horses and I incorporate essential oils into my massage treatment, which I qualified in using by completing a correspondence course in Equine aromatherapy by Catherine Bird.
I have been practicing in this field for over 6 years now, with much success. I have a true passion for horses and nothing makes me happier than seeing horses I have worked on progress and truly benefit from their massage sessions with me. Like human athletes, horses also need massage sessions on a regular basis to enhance their performance and their overall feeling of well being. I feel massage is a must for every horse, I believe equine massage is not just a luxury it’s a necessity.
Penny Crockart South Africa
Location: Lives in Harare, Zimbabwe and works in Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa.
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +263 772 339 216
About Penny: I do the Equine touch and VHT (Vibro Muscular Harmonization Technique) I am qualified as a practitioner and to teach Level 1 and 2 in Equine Touch and Levels 1-4 in VHT.
I have also done the FEI Level one and two Coaches clinic.
I have been involved with horses my whole life. My mother taught riding for 40 years! I competed in show jumping competitions at the top level. I am also a National Judge, selector and am presently Chairperson of the Horse Society of Zimbabwe. I am passionate about the sport and especially in producing and encouraging young athletes.
Yolande’ Odendaal South Africa
Located: Western Cape
Phone: 27-82 922 8353 (Mobile 082 922 8353)
About Yolande: Qualified in Equine Science, EEBW (Equinology Equine Body Worker) – Soon qualifying to access correct saddle fitting versus farriery. I am a very passionate horse loving person. I eat, sleep and work horses. They bring out the best in me, and I love to see them happy and thriving. My passion is to help horses to be in the best physical condition possible and give people advice from education acquired as well as personal experiences in order to make their relationship with their horses work to the optimum. I treat the musculoskeletal system mainly and also work with some behavioral issues. I have a lifetime of experience with horses and learn more each day. I thrive on seeing horses with healthy bodies and mindsets and to assist them in recovering after injury or surgery as per the veterinarian involved. I also work with the photizo LED vet light depending on your horses therapeutic requirements. I work on performance horses, retired horses, old stiff horses and many more.