Why do we use essential oils in massage therapy? Essential oils and massage therapy go hand in hand. By applying safe dilutions of therapeutic grade oils to an animal’s musculature, we enhance the physical act of massage by encouraging the body to respond appropriately. We will use different oils depending upon what we’re trying to accomplish, but they help to increase blood flow, relax tense muscles, and cool and ease pain in joints and ligaments to name a few outcomes. Essential oils simply come alongside of what the body is trying to accomplish and assist in that process.
EO’s aren’t just for massage therapy Although essential oils are used extensively in massage therapy, they are incredibly versatile in their usefulness. You can apply them topically, diffuse into the air, add them to food and beverages, make cleaning solutions with them, and use them for medicinal purposes to name a few. They’re an all natural solution to innumerable household and lifestyle quandaries.
WE CAN DO EQUINE RAINDROP THERAPY!
What is the Equine Raindrop Therapy? Equine Raindrop Therapy may not be widely known, but this non-invasive modality is an excellent adjunct to other treatments used to help correct defects in the spine, minimize back pain, and strengthen your horse’s immune system.
Disclaimer: All Spa wellness therapies mentioned herein is a non-invasive modality intended to enhance well-being in the healthy horse (or dog) – it is not designed to replace proper veterinary care. If in doubt regarding the physical health of your horse, please consult your veterinarian. JRs staff will NOT treat an injured horse (or dog) without a veterinarian approval. The FDA has not evaluated the statements made throughout this website. JRs Equine Spa & Retreat’s services are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Individuals with questions or concerns regarding any medical or other condition should consult a health care professional. Use of this site or our products are subject to our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Notice.