I had an absolutely amazing first experience! While at a sorting event with my quarter horse mare, she began shifting her weight and wasn’t as responsive as she normally would be. Thankfully Lisa was also on site at this event and worked her magic! Less than 5 minutes later I was visibly watching my mare relax and find comfort! Lisa provided exercises to further assist us, and the remainder of our rides were right back on track!  Highly recommended!!

Randie Alyssa

Lisa worked with our little Dylan a miniature donkey, he was having some serious troubles.  The vet provided a good overall checkup and couldn’t find anything wrong. After his first session with Lisa, Dylan had a little regression episode, but after that he was much better. Lisa worked on him twice more and the issue never returned.  He is back to his badass mischievous self again, feeling great and no more medical troubles.

Janet Martin

Lisa worked on my mare, Pony, who has a serious stifle injury. She wasn’t putting very much weight on her injured leg and her good leg was bearing the brunt of the weight. After just one session, there was a noticeable difference. She even crossed over her hind legs when she moved over … something she hadn’t been able to do since her injury over 6 months ago. She continued to improve over the next couple of sessions, although not ‘cured’. After 3 sessions, Pony was distributing her weight much more evenly on all four legs and moving with decreased lameness. Check out Lisa’s photo series on Pony’s progress.

Ashley Lien, Belleville, Ontario

We were at a summer BBQ that Lisa was also attending. Our 2 year old cattle dog was limping on her right hind leg quite noticeably. She has been known to do this the odd time. Lisa performed a few Equi-Bow moves, taking only a few minutes, and afterwards, our dog took two less-lame steps and then walked off perfectly after that. She was sound and running around as normal again.

Trevor Kennedy, Walkerton, ON

Lisa came to work on my horse, but my German shepherd was also having an issue with limping, so I asked Lisa to look at him. Bo has a lot of energy and didn’t want to sit still, but after working on him for literally a couple of minutes, he was much better and not limping any more the next day. The following week, Lisa did another mini-session of less than 2 minutes and he sat still to allow her to work on him. The treatments have lasted for several weeks and he only shows intermittent lameness, mostly after extensive roughhousing with his playmates.  Video of Bo

Ashley Lien, Belleville, ON