About Us

Physiotherapy

Herbal Self Selection

Herbal Self Selection

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Animal physiotherapist


The aims of Physiotherapy   

  • Enhance well - being
  • Speed up recovery
  • Restore function
  • Improve quality of movement
  • Reduce pain and inflamation
  • Reduce infection and aid healing
  • Maintain strength 
  • Slow deterioration of the joint

Herbal Self Selection

Herbal Self Selection

Herbal Self Selection

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Animal Self Selection of Plants & Oils for 

Well-being:

Integrating the study of the innate behaviour of animals particularly focusing on horses and dogs to self-select and self-medicate from nature, with knowledge of oils and wild herbs. 


Animals including us to some degree, have the ability to self-medicate on herbs or plant oils via smell and taste, picking up on the secondary metabolic components of plants. 


A selection of dried herbs and oils matched to your animals need to offer support

Merishia massage

Herbal Self Selection

Myofascial release

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 Association of Merishia Therapists 

 • We use a variety of gentle techniques to facilitate both superficial and deep release of tension 

• We enhance the effects of our massage techniques by applying specific gentle mobilisation techniques to further improve performance and flexibility 

• We work with the body-language of the animal to guide us (applied therapy) 

Myofascial release

Myofascial release

Myofascial release

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 Association of Merishia Therapists 

  • Aids performance, can help with recovery or rehabilitation
  • May help to ease stiffness and tight joints
  • Can ease compensations and tension in older dogs
  • Releases tension and aids relaxation
  • Stimulates circulation, can desensitise
  • Can bring awareness to areas of the body
  • Can aid flexibility and range of movement
  • Can enhance and maintain general well-being 

Acupressure

Myofascial release

Just for Fun

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Acupressure balances the body's energy

By applying light touch to specific points along energy channels


The effects of acupressure have been shown to:

  • Release endorphins helping to reduce pain
  • Release muscle spasm
  • Remove toxins and increase blood supply
  • Enhance mental clarity
  • Release natural cortisone to reduce swelling 
  • Build the body's immune system


Just for Fun

Myofascial release

Just for Fun

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At Little Green Stables we host:


  • Horse & Pony Rallies 
  • Riding Lessons  
  • Clinics 
  • Treatments in our Conservatory Clinic or at the Stables 
  • Share Tips and Information about our animals and how we learn from them

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Home with Little Green Stables

 

We LOVE our animals and aim to offer them a loving home tailored to them holistically 

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