Bodywork on the horse's hind end to release tension on the sacroiliac joint

The Sacroiliac Joint: That Key Junction

When doing The Masterson Method® with a horse, there are three key junctions in the horse’s body, which are our main focus. These are the Poll-Atlas; the Neck-Shoulder-Withers; and the Hind End. Tension on any of these three key junctions can cause excessive tension to accumulate in major muscles and connective tissue. In addition, excessive…

Mules & The Masterson Method®

by Loni Langdon Here’s something I really want to put out to the world…there’s nothing like The Masterson Method® of Integrated Equine Performance Bodywork and a good mule! If you have mules in your life, understanding a few of The Masterson Method® foundational principles can really be a game changer. Having a goal of improving…

Expert Hour – Barefoot Trimming

by MMCP, Carla Ball Many Masterson Method Certified Practitioners (MMCP) are also experts in other fields of horse care. Twelve MMCP’s are featured in the Hands Online Expert Hour Topics library of videos (see the Masterson Method Store ) where they share their particular expertise as it relates to The Masterson Method bodywork. From December…