Equine Therapy Clinics
By Tina Marie Fiste
Equine Massage Therapy, Stretching and Range of Motion Exercises, and other alternative therapies are
rapidly gaining respect and popularity in the competitive horse world. You probably know that equine therapy
helps with physical problems by releasing stress, tension, and restrictions. But, did you know that it also
helps with behavioral problems by releasing mental and emotional anxieties?equine massage demo
Equine Education Connection offers clinics for you (the horse owner) to learn how to apply these therapies
to help your own horse. These hands-on clinics are for all levels of horse experience - from beginner to
Now that you have learned about Equine Massage Therapy from the website, there are some of you who
have requested to learn more about equine therapy in a hands-on clinic.
So, here it is........
I am now available to teach half day, full day and 2 day clinics at your farm or stable. Coming soon, I will be
able to teach clinics at my own facility.
If you would like to learn more, are interested in hosting a clinic, or would like to be notified when clinics at
my own facility become available, please contact me for more information.
About the Clinician
All clinics are taught by Tina Marie Fiste, professional equine therapist.
Tina holds a 1000 Hour Diploma from The Health Enrichment Center of Therapeutic Massage. Health
Enrichment Center is considered one of the top massage therapy schools in the country. The head
instructor and founder of the school is Sandy Fritz. Sandy is the author of the text books used to teach
massage therapy in schools all over the world.
Note: One of the most popular equine massage therapy schools in the country offers only a 50 hour
Tina began her therapeutic massage career working with humans - receiving referrals from chiropractors.
After realizing that her first love was really working with horses, she attended continuing equine education
courses in Equine Myofascial Release, Equine Chiropractic Techniques, Healing Touch for Animals, as well
as countless hours of self directed study in equine therapy. She now uses her education and experience to
improve the lives of horses in her equine therapy business - Back in Balance Equine Therapy.
Tina has attended many dressage clinics including Walter Zettl, Marina Genn, instructors from the Spanish
Riding School, and many others.
She is also a clicker trainer (horses and dogs) and enjoys trick training her horses.
Information presented is for educational purposes only and is not intended
to replace professional opinions or recommendations.
Consult your veterinarian for advice about any medical condition or
treatment needed for your horse