Girl and Horse

Our Services

Treatments for your Horse & Dog

Breton Equine Services offers:

  • Horse Massage Sports and Remedial Dog Massage (EMT & CMT))

  • Horse Red Light Therapy 

  • Kinesiology taping for both rider and horse 

  • Horse Acupuncture (Coming Soon)

  • Dog Acupuncture (Coming Soon)



Breton Equine Services are committed to working with you and your horse for better horsemanship and a holistic approach to their health.

Horse Treatment


Horse, Donkey or Mule  treatment which can be made up of a combination of:

  • Massage

  • Red Light Therapy

  • Acupuncture

  • Kinesiology 

Non Invasive great for getting the body back into homeostasis (overall body balance). Allowing you and your horse to be the best they can.
First time appointments allow at least an 1 hour and 15 mins at minimum.


Dog Treatment 

Starting at $65

Allow your canine on friend to get back into balance whether it be just to keep them in good health and allow their body to homeostasis (Balance overall) or after surgery or recovery.

Book 3 Horse Treatments and save


Book 3 sessions at once and make a savings. 3 treatments for a horse is not unusual and therefore to make it easy you can pay up front for 3, making a saving and book in when it suits you .

Duo Deal - Horse and Dog  Treatment 

Starting $130

Have both your best friends treated and receive a discount. Please allow approx 2.5 hours

Not sure what you need or have more questions

Drop us an email and we will get in contact with you :)

What to Expect at a Treatment

What to Expect at a Treatment



•    Do not worm your horse 5 days prior to the treatment

•    Advise me if your horse is on medication as this may prevent the treatment going ahead

•    Advise me if your horse maybe pregnant or any issues they may be experiencing

•    Please make sure your horse is relative clean and has no mud or dirt caked on, they do not need to be washed.

•    You have a safe area for your horse to stand or be tied up.

•    Any past issues your horse may of experienced.

On Arrival:

•    I will ask some questions and have a form that will need to be completed, you will need to be honest with any medication or other treatment that your horse may be getting.

•   You are welcome to stay and hold your horse whilst the treatment occurs or alternatively you can tie your horse up securely.

•     I will do a visual assessment how the horse stands, moves etc.

•      I will ask you to walk your horse away from me and then turn and come back and this may be asked several times. I am just assessing the gait and movement of the muscles.

During the Treatment:

•    If you are holding your horse I would ask that you stand on the same side that I am working on.

•     I will do an initial assessment which is normally fairly quick where I will feel to see the condition of the muscle but also check for any contradiction which will put a halt to the treatment. Contradictions are swelling, broken bones, open wounds or as directed by a vet.

•    I will then begin to work on the horse and do a variety of techniques. I encourage questions but may not be able to answer them till after the treatment.

•    During the treatment your horse may yawn, snort, chew, shift weight, and break wind which are all normal and actually a really good sign.

After the Treatment:

•    Happy to answer any questions and explain some of the findings with you

•    I can also recommend any further treatment with myself or another sector ie saddle fitter, vet

•    Your horse may show signs of yawning, thirsty, hungry, urinate or poo which is all normal. This means the systems have been stimulated. Your horse may also be tired which again is normal think about when you have a massage.

•   Depending on the treatment I may advise you that you cannot work your horse for 2-3 days allowing for the body adjustment and may give you some ground work with poles to do depending.

•    In a few days I will touch base with you to see how your horse has gone and any further questions you may have.