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Equine Sports Massage Therapy (ESMT)

    Total You Health with soon offer Equine Sport Massage Therapy!  It is a very therapeutic and non-toxic way of helping our equine clients feel better, especially when tied in with Photobiomodulation therapy.  

    Massage has many documented benefits which include enhanced muscle tone and range of motion, reduced inflammation and swelling in the joints (which leads to decreased pain), increased flow of nutrients to the muscles which aides in carrying away excessive fluids and toxins, released muscle tension, and more.  

    Our employees receive their ESMT certification via Equissage, the first Animal Massage program to be approved and earn the status of “approved provider” by the NCBTMB (National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork).  You can be assured that with a certification from Equissage, your pet will receive a massage from someone who graduated from a proven program that will obtain great results for your animal.

    Total You Health recommends combining both ESMT and PBM for best results.  Best of all, this therapy can be brought right to your door/barn.  Contact a Total You Health employee about our success stories and pricing!

Still not sure which service is best for you?

What our clients say

My first therapy session at Total You Health for the novaThor bed was March 11, 2020. Dr Alicia Hollis recommended that I set the appointment and I’m thrilled the connection was made. Due to the research on the different modalities of treatment I asked Linda Bailey to use the red light treatment on several competition horses we are training on our farm. The first appointment was March 23, 2020 and now Linda has treated 4 horses for different issues. We have had her work on tendons behind the knees, stifles, hocks, cervical and SI as well as stomach ulcers. One horse had extreme stiffness in his neck post vaccine and the treatment had immediate results. What we are seeing is a higher energy level and better balanced movement for these high trotting horses. 

As for the results on me the first was far better sleep due to less shoulder and neck pain. Working with horses and having to train myself at a high level to be equally as competitive for my horses means there are always going to be muscle and range of motion issues. This therapy has helped greatly as well as making me and others here who have been treated become more aware of habitual patterns that are creating many of the muscular skeletal problems. Its a win win for all!!


- Karen W.

"I am so grateful to have Total You Health and PBM therapy available in our area! The staff is very knowledgeable, professional and truly wants the best outcome for you. This therapy has been extremely effective in treating my joint inflammation and general aches and pains due to arthritis and Lymes disease. I researched medical evidence and discovered all the benefits of PMB treatments as a pro-active means of treating illness before it develops such as dementia and Alzheimer's. I want to stay ahead of any health issues that may arise and feel PBM therapy is one of the most natural and effective approaches I can take to maintain my health.

 The real proof and beauty of this noninvasive form of treatment came from my canine! Chloe, is an 11 year old golden retriever. She suffered from severe arthritis with joint pain that limited her mobility and mood. She was always very willing but unable to play or walk without obvious pain. She has gone thru many different trials of medications, exercises and even acupuncture to help reduce her pain. All methods did help somewhat but nothing has been as effective as PBM therapy. I inquired with Linda to see if she would do a PBM treatment on Chloe. Linda was eager to give it a try and the results have been amazing! After only 3 treatments, Chloe is once again playful, able to chase squirrels and go for a daily walk! The real truth comes from Chloe's happy tail thumping , gentle nudges and kisses she gives Linda and staff while undergoing treatment. "


- Jill W.

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