EQUINe fascial release and integration Therapy
Equine Fascial Release and Integration Therapy (EFIT) is designed to help the connective tissue release and reorganize, returning your horse’s body to its natural equilibrium. This therapy is very similar to structural integration therapy (aka "rolfing") in humans. The equine myofascial release and integration series usually consists of five-six progressive sessions. The first work is on the outer layers of tissue, building trust and identifying your horse’s holding patterns and areas of tension. As these outer layers become more flexible,we are able to work more deeply in the horse’s structure, releasing restrictions and integrating the areas of the body that share movement functions so that your horse can move freely, powerfully and in balance.
The effects of equine myofascial release therapy are long-lasting because we are reprogramming—not simply relaxing—the connective tissue. After five-six sessions, horses typically only require a tune-up every 6-9 months.
Sessions are approximately 90-120 minutes long.
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