Powerful massage heads
THE BENEFITS OF USING THE MASSAGE GUN ON A HORSE
Prevents sore and tight muscles with research proven percussion technology. It significantly reduces muscle tension, aids relaxation and increases oxygen circulation to tired, sore or tight areas.
Discover what your horse likes best and in what areas: start by trying the 6 different heads and explore using a low setting.
Safe to use independently or in conjunction with your regular therapist to treat you or your horse at home, in the yard, as well as pre and post competition.
GOOD TO KNOW
Signs of relaxation in your horse
- Dropping of the headYawning (the ultimate release),
- Licking and chewingLoose and swinging tail,
- Ears relaxed down, off to the sides, or pointing toward you,
- Soft, slow blinking ey,
- Nostrils are relaxed, soft and round.
Some benefits of massage therapy
- Increased blood flow(improves recovery time),
- Increased range of motionHelp prepare and recover from exercise,
- Improve mental wellbeingReduce the formation of scar tissue,
- Release endorphins (the body's natural pain killer),
- Decreases chance of injury.
KEY POINTS OF USE
FIND OUT ABOUT THE BENIFITS OF EACH OF THE SHAPES
Build a bond with your horse
This yielding foam ball is an excellent spot to start for you and your horse. The round head is extremely useful to train your horse to become acclimatized with the potentially strange sensation on the initial try. It is very useful to gain and maintain your horse's trust and confidence with this technology, and is also helpful to assist in understanding which areas your horse does and doesn’t enjoy.
Lessen your horse’s tension
This advanced thumb attachment is really the best head to use for targeted deep-tissue relief. It is commonly used on areas of known tightness and tension, but given its ability to deeply target a small surface area, we advise not to stay on it for too long. This attachment head is used more for therapeutic use, not for relaxation purpose.
Scar massage and pressure therapy
This attachment works best over large muscle groups, and offers a ‘Shiatsu’ type of treatment. It is a useful tool for breaking down granulomatous (scar) tissue and relieving tight muscular pain, perfect for the hindquarters, neck, croup and thighs.
Perfect muscle massage gun
The fork glides perfectly along the hamstring, buttocks, crest of the neck both sides, and (if your horse enjoys the sensation), all along the spine to the dock of the tail. This attachment enables deep penetration to particularly tight and sore areas, and is a very handy tool for both humans and equines.
A hand-held deep tissue tool
The flat head is used exclusively for the buttocks, thighs, neck, hindquarters and croup. This head is for relaxation purposes only and will not be used for muscle knots or any deep tissue release. Moreover, this head is useful for obstructive care attentively to the deep tissue medical issue.
Practical Massage Tool
Same as the u-shaped head, the cone head may be a cylinder-shaped head and is used typically for the buttocks and hamstring area, it also
can be used along the spine and right down to the top of the tail. This head, again just like the u-shaped head, works for the exceptionally painful areas should only be used for deep penetrating functions.