JnL Helping Hands Equine Massage

We have the helping hands to engage the wellness to your equine companion

[03/23/20]   Mobile Equine Sports Massage Therapy practice serving KS, MO, AR, OK, and TX. Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist and will Licensed certified for PEMF

[08/25/19]   With over 40 years of caring for and handling horses, from being a simple groom and barn keeper at several Hunter/Jumper barns to Head Wrangler and Barn Manager of a 80 horse stallion mare ranch I can emphatically say that I love every horse!! I never grew out of it. My only goal is to help as many horses as I can to feel strong and perform at their best, no matter their age, style or temperament. I'm trained in multiple techniques of Equine Massage Therapy, from simple relaxation and maintenance massage to preventative and performance focused Sport Massage. I have the professional tools needed to truly help your horse. Call, text or email me with any questions you may have or to schedule an appointment. Spring is on its way and I have a few time slots still available. Thank you!

[08/13/19]   🔥 FOR SALE 🔥

This 55 Acre Horse Property has so much to offer!!!

2500 Square Foot 3Br/2Bath Brick Home, Large Double Car Port, 2 Huge Metal Shop Buildings, Pond, Cattle Chutes & Pens and full Equine Facilities including...

▪️Lighted Outdoor Arena
▪️Covered & Lighted Custom Welded Round Pen
▪️3 Stall Show Barn with Fans and 4 Additional Covered Runs Off the back
▪️Large Metal Hay/Equipment Storage Building
▪️5 Pipe & Cable Turnout Pastures / Pens with 3 Sided Loafing Sheds
▪️Barn & Equipment Buildings almost all have spray foam insulation and the 4 main buildings have gas heaters!

Located South of Lindsay, OK
▪️30 Miles to I-35 (Passing Terry Riddle Cutting Horses)
▪️1 Hour to OKC Airport &/or Fairgrounds
▪️2.5 Hours to Fort Worth Coliseum
▪️45 Minutes to Norman

Priced Extremely Competitively to Sell Quick @ $399,999

🔥 LESS THAN IT CURRENTLY APPRAISES FOR & LESS THAN WE PAID JUST 3 YEARS AGO 🔥

Please contact our realtor to schedule a showing:
MacKinnon Crawford @ (405) 226-0185

***We purchased a new facility to expand our business (Prime Time Equine) and this place is going to waste since we’ve moved our livestock. Despite growing our business our new place doesn’t have half of the amenities we have been spoiled with here (and we are going to miss them LOL 😜 ). We simply don’t have the time and resources to keep up with two facilities and run up and down the road daily or it would not be for sale!

[05/14/19]   We still do equine massage and we do a mighty fine job we have the
Helping Hands

[02/24/19]   ⭐️ Delete if not allowed ⭐️
Whispering PinesTherapeutic Riding Program is having our annual fundraiser September! If you would like to purchase tickets, please contact me. Every ticket if entered in a raffle when you walk through the door. Come out and have some dinner, enjoy our live and silent auction, music, and most of all supporting our amazing students!
$30 for 1 ticket
$50 for 2 tickets
Hope to see you there!

[02/18/19]   With over 40 years of caring for and handling horses, from being a simple groom and barn keeper at several Hunter/Jumper barns to Head Wrangler and Barn Manager of a 80 horse stallion mare ranch I can emphatically say that I love every horse!! I never grew out of it. My only goal is to help as many horses as I can to feel strong and perform at their best, no matter their age, style or temperament. I'm trained in multiple techniques of Equine Massage Therapy, from simple relaxation and maintenance massage to preventative and performance focused Sport Massage. I have the professional tools needed to truly help your horse. Call, text or email me with any questions you may have or to schedule an appointment. Spring is on its way and I have a few time slots still available. Thank you!

[01/13/19]   A VERSATILE TEAM YOU CAN TRUST!

· 1 Equine Science Bachelor's Degrees obtained at Roger State University

*2 Certified equine massage therapist

∙ Graduates of the Legends of Ranching Training & Salesmanship Program
∙ An Associates Equine Business Management
∙ Previous College Level Studies in Computer Sciences
∙ 2+ Years Equine Veterinary Technician Experience Heavily Focusing on Lameness & Orthopedics
∙ 2+ Years Equine Reproductive Experience with duties including Halter Breaking & Sales Fitting
∙ Current Positions in Equine Marketing & Livestock Nutrition/Sales
∙ Actively Own, Ride, Show & Breed Our Personal VERSATILITY horses

[12/22/17]   Make a appt for your equine companion we are in Kansas right now message or phone us

[11/17/17]   We will heading north

[11/15/17]   What does it take

[11/07/17]   Does your Equine friends need a Massage! We still travel also to your barn/home/local events. Group discounts available.

Holiday Special!

Full Body Evaluation and Massage $100.00 ($125.00 value)

Targeted Massage $75.00 ($100.00 Value)

First time clients. Full Body Evaluation includes:
Horse at rest, in movement, under saddle and with a rider (If applicable) Questions regarding overall health, performance, temperament and activity level will be asked. Targeted muscle groups will be massaged. Follow up recommendations and at home stretches and exercises.

Pre-book your next sessions and receive introductory pricing. Mileage is not included.

Call now to keep your horse maintained and in performance ready condition.

[10/27/17]   Good evening to you all that like our page we are still in business for equine massage therapy

[09/27/17]   We are still here

[07/09/17]   You all gives us a shout we have a available times

[07/08/17]   We have openings we have great reviews

[07/04/17]   We are open

[06/02/17]   Give us call we have references
Give us a chance we be the Helping Hand for your Equine Companion

[05/23/17]   We are open for appointment

[11/16/16]   Is your equine companion sore and tense give us a call we have those helping hands to resolve your companion issues

[09/26/16]   Services

Below are descriptions of some of the therapies used:

Sports Massage is used as a maintenance and preventative routine to keep your horse in prime condition. It is also used as a vehicle to assess the horse for stress and trigger points and muscle spasm requiring release.

Should be performed every 4 to 6 weeks on healthy muscle.

During show/event season it should be performed every 2 to 4 weeks.

Deep tissue is the same sequence of sports massage, and is performed with a deeper weight of hand for the equine that enjoys a heavier touch.

Sports or Deep tissue massage should be performed approximately one week prior to a show or event to increase circulation throughout the body and to release stress or target points.

Recuperation Massage

Used primarily to increase circulation of the blood and lymph systems to eliminate waste and toxins.

Helps the body to heal more quickly and more efficiently.

Relieves stress on compensatory muscles.

Pre-Event Massage

At least 3 days prior to event if need for full body loosening if your horse has not ever had a massage

Readies the horse for his event by loosening and warming the muscles.

This is 20 to 30 minute session and should be performed 30 minutes prior to the event, followed by walk.

A light stretch can also be done at this time.

Post-Event Massage

Relieves muscle pain and stiffness by helping muscles return to their original length and helping the body eliminate lactic acid to prevent fatigue and soreness.

Performed approximately 15 minutes the event and is a 15 to 20 minute session.

A light stretch can also be done at this time.

Hydrotherapy is the application of either cold or hot water to the horse either prior or during massage. Depending upon the temperature of the water, this technique will increase the effectiveness of the massage by either numbing or soothing the nerve endings.

Stretching improves muscle tone and increases elasticity of ligaments and joints. It also increases the horses awareness of his body. There are a number of stretching exercises which compliment and facilitate massage. Those used will depend upon the needs of your horse and will be a way to enhance your relationship with your equine as you follow-through on those stretches.

Myofascial Release: Fascia is known as the "organ of form" and is the substance that gives us our shape. Fascial
connective tissue in the equine, forms the web from head to tail and surrounds and connects every muscle, bone, nerve and cell. When the equine is injured, the fascia will tighten and thicken as a protective response. Myofascial release is a sustained, gentle pressure which will elongate the compromised tissue restoring freedom of movement and the horse's natural ability of coordination, strength and power.

Rates

Full body Massage sessions are $100.00* (**)
Pre and post event massage are $45.00* each

*Mileage/Trip Charge
35 mile radius: no charge
Outside 25-mile radius: $0.50/mile (both directions)
(**) I do offer discounts for breed association
Military Veterans, 4-H member, FFA members, and other association

* Please see our Requirements section for additional fees that may apply.

Massage and muscle therapy is not a treat – it’s a treatment. Give your horse the edge that massage and muscle therapy delivers, so that he can deliver and perform for you.

[08/11/16]   We are still and ready to perform for your horses health

[05/26/16]   Services

Below are descriptions of some of the therapies used:

Sports Massage is used as a maintenance and preventative routine to keep your horse in prime condition. It is also used as a vehicle to assess the horse for stress and trigger points and muscle spasm requiring release.

Should be performed every 4 to 6 weeks on healthy muscle.

During show/event season it should be performed every 2 to 4 weeks.

Deep tissue is the same sequence of sports massage, and is performed with a deeper weight of hand for the equine that enjoys a heavier touch.

Sports or Deep tissue massage should be performed approximately one week prior to a show or event to increase circulation throughout the body and to release stress or target points.

Recuperation Massage

Used primarily to increase circulation of the blood and lymph systems to eliminate waste and toxins.

Helps the body to heal more quickly and more efficiently.

Relieves stress on compensatory muscles.

Pre-Event Massage

At least 3 days prior to event if need for full body loosening if your horse has not ever had a massage

Readies the horse for his event by loosening and warming the muscles.

This is 20 to 30 minute session and should be performed 30 minutes prior to the event, followed by walk.

A light stretch can also be done at this time.

Post-Event Massage

Relieves muscle pain and stiffness by helping muscles return to their original length and helping the body eliminate lactic acid to prevent fatigue and soreness.

Performed approximately 15 minutes the event and is a 15 to 20 minute session.

A light stretch can also be done at this time.

Hydrotherapy is the application of either cold or hot water to the horse either prior or during massage. Depending upon the temperature of the water, this technique will increase the effectiveness of the massage by either numbing or soothing the nerve endings.

Stretching improves muscle tone and increases elasticity of ligaments and joints. It also increases the horses awareness of his body. There are a number of stretching exercises which compliment and facilitate massage. Those used will depend upon the needs of your horse and will be a way to enhance your relationship with your equine as you follow-through on those stretches.

Myofascial Release: Fascia is known as the "organ of form" and is the substance that gives us our shape. Fascial
connective tissue in the equine, forms the web from head to tail and surrounds and connects every muscle, bone, nerve and cell. When the equine is injured, the fascia will tighten and thicken as a protective response. Myofascial release is a sustained, gentle pressure which will elongate the compromised tissue restoring freedom of movement and the horse's natural ability of coordination, strength and power.

Rates

Full body Massage sessions are $100.00* (**)
Pre and post event massage are $45.00* each

*Mileage/Trip Charge
35 mile radius: no charge
Outside 25-mile radius: $0.50/mile (both directions)
(**) I do offer discounts for breed association
Military Veterans, 4-H member, FFA members, and other association

* Please see our Requirements section for additional fees that may apply.

Massage and muscle therapy is not a treat – it’s a treatment. Give your horse the edge that massage and muscle therapy delivers, so that he can deliver and perform for you.

[05/26/16]   Requirements & Frequency of Treatment

Requirements

Your horse (body and legs) should be clear of clumps of dirt and manure. Hoofs should be picked clean. If moderate grooming is needed, a charge of $10.00 will be added to the session.

Please have your horse prepared so we can get straight to work when I arrive.

Someone should be available at the end of each massage session to lunge the horse to gradually cool the muscles and prevent post massage stiffness. If the owner or groom is not available I will lunge or walk the horse for an additional $10.

Stretching is an important part of a long-term program and is a great opportunity for the owner to enhance the relationship with their horse. I am also available to stretch your horse at the end of the session for an additional charge of $20.00.

Please provide 24 hours advance notice if your horse is unable to attend the session. Full charge will be applied if advance notice is not given.

Frequency of Treatment

The effects of therapeutic massage are cumulative. While a single massage may be a nice treat for your equine, the benefits of a single treatment will diminish after some time. Frequency depends upon the equine - his health, conformation, injury and medical history. I recommend that the average horse be massaged monthly to allow a regular check on muscular health and impact of training.

Horses coming out of stressful situations, extensive stall rest injury etc. – programs for these horses will be customized accordingly.

Those in more demanding work should increase massage to twice monthly and horses in upper tiers of training or show and where performance place demands upon their minds and body, should receive massage every 3 to 5 days.

Older horses and retirees can receive massage every 6 weeks. More time than this will diminish the benefits of massage and will allow problems to re-emerge before they are resolved.

[05/26/16]   Services

Below are descriptions of some of the therapies used:

Sports Massage is used as a maintenance and preventative routine to keep your horse in prime condition. It is also used as a vehicle to assess the horse for stress and trigger points and muscle spasm requiring release.

Should be performed every 4 to 6 weeks on healthy muscle.

During show/event season it should be performed every 2 to 4 weeks.

Deep tissue is the same sequence of sports massage, and is performed with a deeper weight of hand for the equine that enjoys a heavier touch.

Sports or Deep tissue massage should be performed approximately one week prior to a show or event to increase circulation throughout the body and to release stress or target points.

Recuperation Massage

Used primarily to increase circulation of the blood and lymph systems to eliminate waste and toxins.

Helps the body to heal more quickly and more efficiently.

Relieves stress on compensatory muscles.

Pre-Event Massage

At least 3 days prior to event if need for full body loosening if your horse has not ever had a massage

Readies the horse for his event by loosening and warming the muscles.

This is 20 to 30 minute session and should be performed 30 minutes prior to the event, followed by walk.

A light stretch can also be done at this time.

Post-Event Massage

Relieves muscle pain and stiffness by helping muscles return to their original length and helping the body eliminate lactic acid to prevent fatigue and soreness.

Performed approximately 15 minutes the event and is a 15 to 20 minute session.

A light stretch can also be done at this time.

Hydrotherapy is the application of either cold or hot water to the horse either prior or during massage. Depending upon the temperature of the water, this technique will increase the effectiveness of the massage by either numbing or soothing the nerve endings.

Stretching improves muscle tone and increases elasticity of ligaments and joints. It also increases the horses awareness of his body. There are a number of stretching exercises which compliment and facilitate massage. Those used will depend upon the needs of your horse and will be a way to enhance your relationship with your equine as you follow-through on those stretches.

Myofascial Release: Fascia is known as the "organ of form" and is the substance that gives us our shape. Fascial
connective tissue in the equine, forms the web from head to tail and surrounds and connects every muscle, bone, nerve and cell. When the equine is injured, the fascia will tighten and thicken as a protective response. Myofascial release is a sustained, gentle pressure which will elongate the compromised tissue restoring freedom of movement and the horse's natural ability of coordination, strength and power.

Rates

Full body Massage sessions are $125.00* (**)
Pre and post event massage are $45.00* each

*Mileage/Trip Charge
35 mile radius: no charge
Outside 25-mile radius: $0.50/mile (both directions)
(**) I do offer discounts for breed association
Military Veterans, 4-H member, FFA members, and other association

* Please see our Requirements section for additional fees that may apply.

Massage and muscle therapy is not a treat – it’s a treatment. Give your horse the edge that massage and muscle therapy delivers, so that he can deliver and perform for you.

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