About treatment

Once veterinary approval has been given an initial assessment can be done in which I will look at the history and information you have provided about your horse. I will then observe your horse both static and in movement, this can include walking and trotting up in hand and possibly lunged if you or I feel it will be of benefit to see before treatment begins.

 Treatment will include a number of different massage techniques followed by selected stretches to compliment the massage treatment.

Photizo red light therapy may also be included in the treatment should I feel it will be of benefit to your horse.

After the treatment I will aim to give you good feedback and develop a plan moving forward to help make the most of the treatment your horse has just received.

If I feel that before treatment or at any time during treatment that it is outside my area of expertise I will recommend referral to a vet.

About me


Jane Floyd

Fully qualified and insured

Equine Sports Massage Therapist

Hello just a quick bit about me, I have worked with horse’s full time now for 15 years and have been around them, riding from a young age. I work for a riding school and stud, alongside my massage so have experience working with different types of horses including stallions and youngstock. I have two of my own horses who both have given me the inspiration to want to learn massage after I saw how much both of them have benefited from treatments in the past for different reasons and how much of a positive effect it can have both physically and mentally.


Qualified with Distinction at Equine Massage Training UK in January 2019