Equine Therapies Ireland provides Integrated Solutions
The Masterson Method™
Integrated Equine Performance Bodywork™
Is your horse performing up to their potential? Or do you find them to be less cooperative than they once used to be?
Horses Communicate Through Body Language.
Qualified as a Masterson Method Practitioner, since 2014, Niamh follows your horse’s body language to help them release physical tensions which improves performance.
Equine Myofascial Release Therapy (Equine MFR)
- Fascia is the body’s connective tissue; it is the environment in which every cell lives.
- This is important because every structure in the body, be it an organ a muscle or a nerve is maintained within this fascial matrix.
- Therefore an injury on any level will create dysfunction and restriction in the fascia.
- Niamh learnt about fascia while training in the UK.
Realising the significance of fascia as a therapist, Niamh travelled to Europe in July 2014 to attend a special training event with US based Ruth Mitchell-Golladay.
Quantum Coherence Therapy
Quantum Coherence Therapy (QCT) is a relatively new form of energy healing which has been specifically designed to strengthen the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
By learning to follow the horses body language then learning to listen to the body’s cellular rhythm Niamh developed an appreciation for the subtleties of the body’s communication capabilities.
This naturally led to the most subtle form of communications, the energies or the vibration tone of the energies. Every living being naturally and continuously develops towards balance and wholeness. By incorporating this work into her treatment sessions Niamh helps facilitate healing with your horse on all levels.
Equine Kinesiology Taping
Kinesiology Taping was developed in the 1980s by the Japanese company Nitto Denko in cooperation with a Japanese chiropractor to be used for the method of “Kinesiology Taping”. The main intention is to support body’s own healing processes with a special material utilizing a particular application technique.
K-Active Tape is modelled on the skin’s characteristics and thus able to transmit “positive sensory information” to the body. .
The effects of the taping promote, among other things, the natural self-healing process of the body and guide or limit the joint functions. They contribute to improving through neuronal components the proprioception and the muscular activation. Consequently, they represent the basis for a possible prevention of injuries and increased efficiency and induce a faster healing.