It’s All About Balance, by Coralie Hughes, Trafalgar-Horse & Rider Blog, April 28, 2015

Having translated his newest book Balancing Act from the German to English, I felt I understood Gerd Heuschmann's equestrian philosophy pretty well. Attending a recent riding clinic of his and listening as he taught dressage riders of all levels to Grand Prix was still an extraordinary experience for me, both from the perspective of being a dressage rider myself and being a Masterson Method practitioner. Sidebar: If you haven't yet encountered Dr. Heuschmann of Germany,

April 28th, 2015|Categories: Articles|Tags: , |

Natural Bend at C3 or Muscle issue? by Lorre Mueller

Below is a question that was asked on the Masterson Website Question & Answer webpage recently and instead of answering directly to the person who asked the question, we chose to challenge our in-house anatomy junkie, Lorre Mueller (as well as MMCP, Instructor, Coach and Mentor and Equine Osteopath EDO®). Lorre asked if she could write an article instead, knowing that this is a pretty common problem and that many people may have the same question.

April 9th, 2015|Categories: Articles|Tags: |

Absorbine Partnership

Jim Masterson and Absorbine Working Together for The Good of the Horse. Absorbine announced their sponsorship of the Masterson Method as an excellent addition to their long tradition of equine wellness. “Jim Masterson and his revolutionary method of equine massage align naturally with Absorbine products and our mission,” says Chris Jacobi, General Manager of the Equine Division at Absorbine. “The Masterson Method’s innovative technique, concern for wellness, and celebration of the human–equine bond are qualities

March 17th, 2015|Categories: Articles|

Town-Crier Online: Courses in the Masterson Method In the Area

TALES FROM THE TRAILS Acreage resident Mary Last owns and runs Hands On Equine Services. Horses are her passion, and she’s well-respected in the field of equine massage. Always eager to learn more, she recently took the weekend introductory course in the Masterson Method and was so impressed that she then attended the more intensive, five-day symposium. Town-Crier Onine - February 27, 2015    

February 27th, 2015|Categories: Articles|