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Fully qualified Equine Massage Therapist, covering South London, Kent and Surrey.

Fully insured and ESMA (Equine sports massage Association) registered. Specialist in Kinesilolgy taping and Red Light therapy.

Sam Gifford-Brown
Professional Equine Sports massage therapist


I'm an accredited Professional Coach with the British Horse Society and have competed in affiliated Dressage, BS and BE which I managed to event at intermediate level. Through teaching and riding myself i've came across many riding difficulties and sustained injuries myself. I was always interested in how the body functioned and the knock on affect it had on the body, and how the horse responses to us when were feeling crook which led me to train in  Anatomy, physiology and pathology and holistic massage.


Sam covers South East London, Kent and Sussex.Feel free to contact me with any questions you have about Equine Massage Therapy

My services.

Therapy

Massage can benefit the well-being of the equine as it releases tension and aids mental relaxation.


ESMA

Sam is fully qualified member of ESMA – The Equine Sports Massage Association.


Wellbeing

All horses can benefit from equine massage treatment from a loved family pony to competition horse or pony.


Experience

riding since the age of 4years and then became a qualified riding instructor for over 20 years working with adults and children.

Now offering light therapy.

By harnessing the healing power of red and infrared red light at specific wavelengths & frequencies is has been proven to be effective in accelerating the natural healing of the horses' muscles. It also reduces swelling and inflammation, stimulating the horses' immune system and helping relieving pain. Infrared red light treatment for horses' is effective in pain relief, swelling and inflammation, overuse injuries, wound healing, bruising and muscle spasms. Call Sam to find out how this new treatment can help your horse get back to full health much faster.


Please be aware: Equine Massage Treatments are not a substitute for veterinary attention. All Equine Massage work carried out by Sam is in accordance with the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966, which states that veterinary consent must be approved before working on any animal. Please contact Sam for a consent form prior to any equine massage treatment.