The Equine Touch, Bowen, TTouch, Mastersons, Chiropractic, Physiotherapist

Homeway

A big welcome from The Equine Touch team based at Homeway Farm, near Glastonbury in the UK. We are glad you have found us and we are excited to tell you more about this amazing body work discipline.

If you are an equine professional, The Equine Touch (ET) may be of interest to enhance your work further; whether you are a veterinarian, chiropractor, physiotherapist, from another body work discipline such as Bowen, Tellington Touch or Masterson’s Method, a trainer of athletes, a behaviourist or perhaps an Animal Assisted Therapist using your horses in a counselling capacity.

If you own horses or look after them in some capacity and are keen to improve or maintain their well-being, ET will definitely be of interest to you. You are actually the reason ET exists at all. ET is a cost effective, easy to learn, set of gentle body work moves that are offered as ‘a gift to your horse‘.

Did you know? This technique also exists (with slight modifications) for humans, known as Vibromuscular Harmonization Technique (VHT) and also for dogs, known as The Canine Touch (CT). All techniques are also taught internationally so you may find a local instructor here.

Photo: Paintedhorse herd, Homeway Farm

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When I first brought Magic she was very wary of new people especially when they physically interacted with her and she has been a sensitive mare over the years. Equine Touch has really helped Magic both physically and to help her to trust people far more than I have given ET credit for. I have known Lyn the majority of my life, and Magic’s for that matter, and I look up to her like a second Mum for both of us and it’s incredible what her work has done for many people, horses and dogs. – Rachel Vincent

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The Magic of Equine Touch

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“I had a lovely session today doing the basic body balance with my horse Felix (he is in the picture) but I didn’t have my phone with me today in the stables. He had the most massive and obvious releases when I made the poll moves – he straight away shook his head violently from side to side, then did some very unusual “extreme blinking”, opening and closing his eyes repeatedly in a very deliberate and odd way, then he snorted, licked and chewed and checked my hands very carefully all over again! Awesome! I told him I don’t know any more moves yet, cos I m a beginner, but I will learn them soon. I think he is looking forwards to that!” – Jacquei Billington

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Felix Enjoys Equine Touch