Welcome to Alogo Equine Massage Therapy Besides being a tool for remedial treatment of specific injuries,
massage therapy is a popular preventative therapy for equine athletes.
About Me

Our service areas include

I’ve been passionate about horses all of my life. As a teenager I showed extensively in the children’s hunter and fox hunter divisions at local and rated shows. As an adult I’ve continued riding and learning more about the horse and how the horse’s body does the amazing things it does. I’m a graduate of Equissage International Inc and MidWest-Natural Healing for Animals. I’m eager to show owners and riders the difference massage can make!
Our Process
Our Process

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get started?

Four easy steps to help your horse reach their full potential
1

Contact us

Reach out to discuss your horses trouble areas and schedule an appointment
2

Before The Session

Make sure the horse/pony is clean and dry before the session. Also, make sure to have someone available to hold the horse if necessary.
3

After the Session

Plan on walking horse/pony after the massage or take them for a ride to stretch them out after the session.
4

Follow Up

A general overview of the areas of tension I found as well as discuss future sessions. *Detailed notes available upon request prior to massage booking*
health benefits

Equissage Benefits for
your horse.

Equine Massage is not a replacement for proper vet care

Equine massage improves muscle tone and elongates connective tissue. This results in an expanded range of motion—longer strides, faster speeds and increased endurance, all of which enhance the athletic capability of a horse. Massage also helps to prevent muscle atrophy during long periods of inactivity resulting from illness.

By increasing the flow of nutrient-rich blood to muscles, massage helps to speed up the healing process after an injury, reduces recovery time after competition or strenuous exercise, and flushes out toxins as well as excess fluids that have accumulated in muscle tissues. Massage also stimulates the lymphatic system, which is essential for fighting disease.

Equine massage is also credited with improving learning and training, which may be due to increased blood flow to the brain as well as the mental relaxation induced by the massage

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Testimonials

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Alogo Equine Massage
Fredericksburg, VA

Email:info@alogomassage.com
Phone: 1+(540)272-2891