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Feeding horses according to TCM temperament type

Your horse’s temperament as defined by Five Element theory could be the key to determining his dietary needs. Have you ever wondered why your favorite...

Chinese Medicine and the equine tongue

Your horse’s tongue can tell you more about his health and well-being than you may think! Have you ever really looked at your horse’s tongue?...

Acupressure for energy and circulation

This cold weather acupressure session promotes energy and circulation. When the temperature drops, everything slows, including both wild and domesticated horses. In the wild, herds...

Acupressure For Energy And Circulation

This cold weather acupressure session promotes energy and circulation. When the temperature drops, everything slows, including both wild and domesticated horses. In the wild, herds...

Acupressure For Digestive Problems

Digestive problems are common in today’s horses. Done once a week, this simple acupressure session will help prevent such issues. Horses in a pasture grazing...

Equine Immune Systems and Acupressure

Our horses must eat hay and drink water, which means their bodies must cope with elevated levels of toxins on a constant basis. Their...

TCM For Strong Immunity

DEFENSIVE CHI – A TCM PERSPECTIVE Long before people knew what a germ was, ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) doctors knew that the human and...

Acupressure for senior horses

In conjunction with regular activity, this gentle acupressure session will help keep your horse mobile well into her senior years. There are many more senior...

Herbal Therapy for PMS Mares

Mares, can’t understand them... just too unpredictable... give me a gelding any day! These are some of the typical frustrated comments from people dealing with...