News from Equisitouch
This is a great article about how the Electro-Equiscope® helped NFL player Branden Oliver. https://www.thorpinstitute.com/t-i-news/news-brandenoliver/
"Equisitouch has been a game changer for myself and my horses. I started using Cassi in my attempt to always offer my horses the best care and support in their competitive career. Cassi's work is non-invasive and allows the body to heal and support on it's own and that concept intrigued me. Since starting, Cassi now works on all of my personal show horses. They compete through the 1.40's and are sounder and jump better then they ever have before. I have consistently noticed in every horse that Cassi has worked on at my farm a significant improvement in top-lines. The horses are easier to work over their backs so their backs are wider, haunches are rounder, and necks are bigger. This change makes the horse straighter and the straighter the horse the less likely of injury. Since starting with Cassi my show horses have received no invasive veterinary procedures for maintenance AND have had no injuries while competing at the top of their game. An added bonus is that they LOVE their sessions with Cassi. Even the young horses quickly relax into it and it has been great support for them as they build muscles under saddle for the first time, keeping them from getting sore and souring to a life of work.
Seeing the great results in the horses I decided I better take care of myself as a rider too. I ride around 10 horses a day, a lot that are young, and it takes its toll on my physically. Cassi's rider sessions have changed my life. I don't feel "broken" anymore when I'm off the horses and the sessions are relaxing and painless making them easy to keep up with. In the saddle I am able to relax more as old my old injuries seem to just disappear and I know the horses feel this and appreciate it as well.
I highly recommend Equisitouch to equestrians looking to give the absolute best quality of life to their horses and anyone looking to get a competitive edge in any equestrian discipline."
~Jennifer Kallam - Grand Prix show jumper and dressage's USDF Silver Medalist, Feb 22, 2020