The Basic Principles of
Equine Massage/Muscle Therapy - Revised Edition (Book)

This long awaited revision of the original popular book covers the basics of equine anatomy, massage techniques, saddle fit, introduction to adjunctive therapies, stretching techniques, and an in-depth pictorial approach to equine massage applications.

The author emphasizes safety for you and your horse throughout the book while stressing the importance of working in conjunction with veterinary medicine.

Mike Scott, the author of this manual, is a nationally certified sports massage therapist who has worked with Olympic caliber athletes, as well as amateur athletes, who take their sports seriously (both human and equine).

Mike is also the director of The Equine Massage/Muscle Therapy Programs which offer an in-depth education in equine massage to already certified equine massage therapists that want advanced training. Many clinics and seminars are also offered in shorter durations each year throughout the country.

This is your chance to own the book that has managed to be technical enough for the aspiring therapist, while not being over the head of the owner. Basic Principles is a 210 page book, is an 8 1/2” x 11" format for easy reading and clear photos. The attractive laminated cover will stand up to frequent stable usage. This book is quickly becoming a popular choice for many in the equine massage therapy field as well as required reading in many programs.