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Carole McClelland Equine & Canine McTimoney Manipulation & Sports Massage

Carole McClelland - Equine Sports Massage Therapist. Fully insured and qualified. Covering Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Worcestershire and surrounding areas. Also holding regular clinics in Devon. Please visit my website for more info: www.horsebacks.co.uk Does your horse have any of these symptoms? Stiffness of movement Favouring one canter lead or consistently jumping to one side Heavier rein contact on one side Unexplained changes in behaviour Drop in performance Resistance to being tacked up Struggling to bend on one side Just a feeling that something is not quite right If so please feel free to give me a call for a chat with no obligation. Massage can help with: Improving performance Increased muscle strength and nerve supply Maintaining strength and flexibility Calming nervous horses, wake-up lazy horses, improve communication between horse and handler

Carole McClelland Equine & Canine McTimoney Manipulation & Sports Massage
Gloucestershire
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL51 3NG
Tel: 07958 358350

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Carole McClelland Equine & Canine McTimoney Manipulation & Sports Massage Cheltenham Gloucestershire Equine Complementary Therapy

Carole McClelland - Equine Sports Massage Therapist. Fully insured and qualified. Covering Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Worcestershire and surrounding areas. Also holding regular clinics in Devon. Please visit my website for more info: www.horsebacks.co.uk Does your horse have any of these symptoms? Stiffness of movement Favouring one canter lead or consistently jumping to one side Heavier rein contact on one side Unexplained changes in behaviour Drop in performance Resistance to being tacked up Struggling to bend on one side Just a feeling that something is not quite right If so please feel free to give me a call for a chat with no obligation. Massage can help with: Improving performance Increased muscle strength and nerve supply Maintaining strength and flexibility Calming nervous horses, wake-up lazy horses, improve communication between horse and handler