New at REC:
WaveofMotion, Equine Physical, Energetic & Herbal Therapies
Just recently moved to Yorkshire is our dutch Equine Therapist, Marike Bronk. She has come over from Holland and after working with numerous of famous thoroughbreds in Newmarket at Ed Dunlop Racing, she decided to share her knowledge up North and started working on several yards, including REC.
‘I am proud to offer a unique blend of expertise and 'patient'centered therapies for horses in all stages of performance and health. The holistic combination of physical, energetic & herbal therapies empowers me to help the animal to restructure their body and rebalance their mind & spirit.’
Interactive methods to alleviate soreness, strain and tension. Goal is to increase performance, by increasing flexibility, improving circulation, reducing (chronic) muscle tension, soothing the joints and relaxing the entire body, bringing it back into balance. This is accomplished by combining various techniques, which are all gentle & non-invasive highly effective in working with chronic stress, injuries and pains or problems associated with postural and structural imbalances in your equine.
Animal healing is a gentle, non-invasive therapy. Animals truly love healing and will often move their body around to where they most need or want the energy; they trust the process completely and relax deeply into it. Often their body language conveys important messages, some will stretch out as they release physical problems, others with more emotional issues will curl up into the foetal position as they deal with past traumas. Often there is immediate improvement.
With herbal therapies we have the opportunity to give nature’s abundant array of plant medicine back to our domesticated animals. In the wild the animal kingdom has ad-lib access to thousands of different plant species. They use these plants for their nutritional and therapeutic value’s to promote healing, prevent parasitic burdens, to ease gastrointestinal discomfort, combat toxicity, boost immunity and overall wellbeing.
If you are currently looking for a treatment for your horse, please contact 07741 551033 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Marike and her work go to: www.waveofmotion.com