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Equine Video 1 - Proper Positioning For Efficient and Safe Massage

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E001 - Proper Positioning For Efficient and Safe Massage

This DVD gives you essential information about the proper posture for a good massage and to improve the quality of your session. Proper posture for you and for your animal helps save your energy, keeps you grounded and more centered in your work.

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Equine Video 2 - Hand Sensitivity - 4 T's, Pressure, Contact and Rhythm

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E002 - Hand Sensitivity - 4 T's, Pressure, Contact and Rhythm

This DVD gives crucial information to improve the quality of your touch. Details on the 4 T’s (Temperature, Texture, Tension, Tenderness) feedback perceived by your fingertips; the various Pressures to use, the quality of hand Contact and the different Rhythm of movement. The quality of your work depends strongly skill of your hands.

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Equine Video 3 - Basic Massage Movements

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E003 - Basic Massage Movements

How to properly perform the essential massage movements: stroking, effleurage, petrissage, shaking, vibration, friction and tapotements. Each individual moves can be performed in either a soothing or stimulating manner, depending upon pressure and rhythm.

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Equine Video 4 - Relaxation Massage Routine - Short and Long versions

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E004 - Relaxation Massage Routine - Short and Long versions

Horses, like humans, experience different kinds of stress, both physical (training & show schedule, workload) to the emotional (boredom, anxiety, fear). This simple and easy-to-earn relaxation routine relieves this stress in a quick and efficient way. Evan strong-willed horses will soften dramatically after a few sessions.

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Equine Video 5 - SEW/WES Approaches - Beginning / Ending Massage Protocol

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E005 - SEW/WES Approaches - Beginning / Ending Massage Protocol

It teaches the proper approach for warming-up and for draining any area you wish to work on. The SEW approach - Stroking, Effleurage and Wringing - is used to start and progressively warm up any area you are to massage. The WES approach - Wringing, Effleurage and Stroking - is used when you are finished with the deeper aspect of the massage.

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Equine Video 6 - Full Body Massage - Gentle Drainage

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E006 - Full Body Massage - Gentle Drainage

A massage routine designed to help you assess and loosen up all muscle tension, knots, stress points, and trigger points and to detect any other symptoms of muscular abnormalities in any horse.

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Equine Video 7 - Stretching General - Neck, Back, Limbs

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E007 - Stretching General - Neck, Back, Limbs

Stretching is a great complement to your massage. The stretching routine presented here will secure many benefits including increased circulation of blood and lymph fluids as well as increased flexibility, improved coordination, reduction of muscle strain and ligament sprain, improvement of the stride length, and improved reflex time response.

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Equine Video 8 - Hydrotherapy - Heat & Cold - Ice cup massage technique

E008 - Hydrotherapy - Heat & Cold - Ice cup massage technique

The term hydrotherapy refers to water treatments applied externally to the horse�s body. Used before and/or after massage, hydrotherapy increases the effectiveness of massage treatment. It comes in several forms, determined by several factors including the temperature of the water, the method of application, and the duration of treatment.

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Equine Video 9 - The Swelling Technique

E009 - The Swelling Technique

This technique is used specifically to reduce edema (swelling) resulting from trauma, inflammation from overwork, or simply the flare up of an old injury. It secures the right sequence of movements to comfortably reduce the excess amount of lymphatic fluid in any body part.

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Equine Video 10 - Trigger Point Massage Technique

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E010 - Trigger Point Massage Technique

A trigger point is the result of nerve endings irritation caused by toxin build-up (mostly lactic acid) due to fatigue, nervous stress, restlessness or boredom. It's usually found in the belly part of a muscle, but it can also be found in ligaments. This video teaches the right sequence of movements to comfortably release and drain the painful trigger points.

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