Netflix is a streaming service that offers a wide variety of award-winning TV shows, movies, anime, documentaries, and more on thousands of internet-connected devices. Head tossing can have numerous root causes, best explored with the help of a vet. May your time spent healing horses be a blessing to you as well as the horse. Some are uncomfortable showing release responses, and holds them back until you are done and step away, or even leave the stall. I’m not sure if I should avoid this area and only do the front end where I know that I feel safe. Good that you are lining up a dentist as this could be very well be a dental issue, if her teeth are uneven it could be causing stress in the jaw and TMJ as she chews, which could be creating the clicking sound you hear. (Don’t want to start something you can’t stop!) So as the horse feels the “glitch” and then starts to pull up, go with him and even support him and then slowly, slowly, slowly, slowly put the foot down. Number two I’m curious if you’ve seen this bite-threat/release phenomenon before. I see it mostly in the summer months when it’s hotter and it’s easier for the horse to sweat from any type of exertion. I worked on a horse. Hi, I was wondering if you could answer a question. Sometimes that will work. It’s always worth a try to use the MM or find a Masterson Practitioner that is close to you and determine what is bothering your horse. Often, it is when a horse like this stops moving, that it is a sign that he is about to release some tension in the area you are on. And if possible have a partner to hold on to them so they can’t kick or bite. If you can work on them the same day they work, then you can decrease some of the DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness). Have you had a vet take a look at him to be sure there isn’t any metabolic changes or illness that is causing this or it’s a rotation of the coffin bone? I am mostly a pleasure rider focusing on dressage, a little jumping and trails in warmer weather. Horses that are very strong survivors don’t want to show the releases. And truthfully-horses are connected via fascial connections from tongue to tail. She did improve while I worked with her, but I didn’t want to ask too much for the first time. He’s eager to move out and happy in his work. Most TBs can’t tolerate racing more than once a month, while the SBs will go every week and are trained and warmed up in a much more vigorous way than TBs. The owner couldn’t believe how this old, stiff horse was swaying from one end to the other (heehee, I just love doing that!). It seems that you’ve tried to rule out a few issues already. Interesting, sometimes they will use licking on a salt block, their bucket or wall as a distraction to avoid dealing with you making them focus on a particular point. I don’t see the food or eating being a result of bodywork, just that this horse is an overzealous eater and gets excited at meal time, have known a few like this. Well, he did but we weren’t listening. Withers pain can come from poor saddle fit, or from accumulated tension from compensating from (sorry to keep bringing this up) sore front feet. Is he short strided in the front, especially his left leg? I just picked up the Beyond Horse Massage book and could not put it down. If no improvement is necessary, if there isn’t any tension or stress, then there would not be a reason to work on it. If it is truly a joint issue, then MM would help the compensatory muscle tightness but not likely help the “joint/skeletal issue per se. By following Jim’s theory of listening to your horse, “staying inside the brace response yet staying in the neighborhood” I would follow your mare as she moves, but I would stop doing the UTP’s and I would go to the other Hind End Points that are less invasive. Do the Hind End Points and you can use the “marble rolling “ soft tissue work all over the large muscle compartments in the Hind End. If you can get the horse trusting enough to begin releasing tension without even touching him as with the bladder meridian, then you can get his nervous system to begin releasing tension without touching him, without the bladder meridian! The shoulder blade muscles shrink up near the withers and narrow near the point of the shoulder. So I went to the withers to check it again and did the “withers check” all the way down his spine and down his tail. There is probably some type of restriction in his shoulders that causes him to start out stiffly and as he warms up is able to work past it or comes out of it somewhat. If relieving tension alleviates the head-shaking, then physical tension was probably causing it. Doubt the Doubt! I would then build upon the release that you are getting. Just hold the bottle under the running warm water in your shower for a couple of minutes. If so, let him stay there and watch to see if he has dropped his shoulder, you should be able to tell if he is holding his leg forward. Jim uses it for “Mystery Lameness” and the start of any bodywork session. Keep up the good work, and let me know if you have more questions. I’m working my way through the DVD to learn this method. Long enough that the owner had come over to see what I was watching and was able to see the hidden responses for her. You are on the right track. While I’m no trainer, or even a highly experienced horse person, I’ve resisted their suggestions. to determine if you might have a problem. There are no pesky contracts and no commitments. Here’s hoping to get on your five day course next year! If the horse moves, keep your hand softly on the horse and move with it. The big thing with the MM is that you want to take things slow and you not have an agenda. Long term pain creates restriction. You can work on them once or twice a week and will notice that they’re mostly improved from the work the next day. They often will start dropping the hip just from that. Meanwhile the TB times haven’t changed at all. You can search for responses anywhere on the horse’s body using the same Search, Response, Stay, Release process. Hope this long-winded answer helps. When something has been stuck for a long time, and is released, the nervous system takes time to reorganize. It sounds like whatever frightened your pony was pretty bad, and his flight/freeze survival response kicked in and didn’t “un-kick”. He didn’t release a lot. You have to take into account other factors before you call your farrier to complain that your horse’s feet might be sore. When I got her 8 years ago she didn’t do this. Let me know what you can do and try modifying how you approach her and see what happens. Good idea? The way we can tell that it’s physical tension that has been released is the more relaxed muscle and improved range of motion in the area we are working, and the more relaxed physical state (drugged look) of the horse after the bodywork. They are still releasing the tension, but just haven’t processed it fully. The answer lies in Pepper. Relax YOUR whole body. It sounds like she could use it. When in doubt, soften your body, shake your hands out to make sure they are soft too. I talk a little more about this, and some things you can do to help this, in “Mystery Hind End Lameness” articles under In the News section on our web site. Do you have this same response? It will help him to relieve tension and stress while you are changing his feet and he is healing. The stress release is the physical tension that the horse’s body is releasing as a result of the bodywork. But, remember to be very, very light. She is a nicely built mare with lots of Doc Bar breeding but is not the typical bulldog type. He had another big release yesterday. It’s like peeling an onion, one stress at a time. It’s not cookie cutter, but following the horse’s response, which it is obvious that you are doing! The behavior your horse is showing falls right into what I refer to as mystery hind end lameness. It is especially important to release tension in the sacro lumbar/pelvic junction to get the back to relax. I had to start off by just using hand heat until she would stand quietly. I think you will change your relationship with him, especially as the ulcers are taken care of. You’ve eliminated the possible saddle fit issue and “back” issue, however other indicators could be from soreness in other parts of the body, Pain due to issues in the feet or legs and Pain or anticipation of pain in general. Yes, I’ll continue doing the whole line but keep way off the jolty parts. If he gets real fidgety, that is a response and there is probably pain or restriction in that correlating location. If you feel like the shaking is too much for her you can back your hand away as you near the areas where she is most reactive, or before she starts really shaking. Through doing this work you are truly helping your horse to “let go” of some muscle tension which thereby helps to rewire his Central Nervous System along with re-wiring your relationship! I am amazed at the transformation in our horse Pepper. I continued my ministry with the cancellation of just one Church group – which was my own Bible study group. However, may not completely stop this habit. -Many choices for ambient & alarm clock sounds. It is very enjoyable. He also doesn’t want to give his hind feet for trimming. If you could have one of them come out they may be able to help her release tension that’s accumulated in the TMJ and surrounding muscles as a result of her arthritis, and show you some things that you may be able to do that might help. My horse paws the ground for several seconds after he releases. You would want to focus on the 3 key junctions, even though he is off on the front end, the hind end will be sore as he tries to sit back and take weight off the front. I have a quarter horse and he is a very hefty boy. The only thing I had on Amazon was my paperbacks, and I wasn’t convinced they’d try to pull my Createspace account, either. Thank you. Especially for a horse that has spent a lot of their time in a stall and it becomes a vice for boredom. I call this the “Sweat Barrier.” Some horses break a sweat easily, some only after getting really agitated or as Jim calls it “fidgety.” When we use the Thermotex Infra-red diode blanket we go until we get sweating, even in the winter. Do you have any suggestions on how to work that part? You will know you’ve gone too long when the horse simply stops giving you responses. If I don’t have time to do a full treatment can I do a different section every other day over the week, so everything is treated once a week? Guitar, guitar pro, bass, drum tabs and chords with online tab player. Is this correct? My vet – who is very open to bodywork and knows of the Masterson Method – advised me to do bodywork and massage Yogi’s hind end. That is why it is so difficult to evaluate lameness in many horses. One more thing you can do is a Tongue Release. Yesterday I worked on a 20 yr. old Quarter horse mare that has done a lot of ranch work. Often this helps with the release process. By flooding a dysfunctional area with light from specific wave lengths the cells begin to behave more normally or healthfully because it effects the functioning of the Matrix. She doesn’t appear unsound but she is also quite stoic. The shoulder will look like it is slipping. Your pony will tell you when it becomes too much by not giving you any more responses, or if it becomes too much he’ll tell you by pinning his ears. He felt the last owner had overbite her way too much. You can start with using the Bladder Meridian and go over both sides of your horse and make note of where you find reactivity, i.e. I got a couple of yawns then she became very agitated; pawing the ground, bending her front leg as if to kneel down, gaping her mouth, biting the lead rope, trying to walk off. You were right to back off 6 inches…good thinking. I was just wondering one day I got a huge release in her neck and she yawned a little then I had to go to the house for something and when I came back moments later she was laying down is that something they may do with release? Looking for any suggestions that might help. I think the reason your horse responds this way to both MM and to TTouch is that both use very light or even non- levels of touch to bring the horse’s awareness or attention to something that it is covering up or has become desensitized to. I have a question about the above function. That tells you how much time they need to recover from a decent Masterson Method, Myo-fascial, Microcurrent or Instrument-assisted spinal adjusting session. Horses have things done “to” them all the time: Veterinary treatments that they learn to endure, saddling and bridling, grooming, blankets on and off, being led, being tied,bandages on, bandages taken off, being shod and in some cases being ridden…the list is nearly endless. I know we discussed some hoof concepts at the clinic but can’t recall this. So releasing tension here would be helpful. 1 1/2 man hands across her top line and spreading to 1/2 hand down. They said she actually had a personality change and was more agreeable to be around. Releasing tension through the Masterson Method bodywork will put the muscles in an optimal relaxed state. Before charging, it’s best to become certified. Your horse will change fidget patterns, change release patterns, change what they like and don’t like…..it’s all a part of the process. It’s not clear exactly what muscles are involved as the sacroiliac and sacrolumbar junction is huge with very deep and (normally) inaccessible muscles, but when using this type of bodywork we can get feedback from the horse in the form of responses and releases during the bodywork that shows us where the horse is releasing tension. Thanks in advance for any feedback or input you may have regarding this. is releasing might not have much to do with that particular You will find the reactive areas are where he is carrying tension and stress which would indicate something there has causes pain and/or restriction. Working with other parts may help heal this part. We are almost done with his 2nd time on Ulcer Guard but I’m not convinced it will work. MM can release tension in lower back and groin muscles that are associated with stifle pain, and also make your horse more comfortable by releasing tension related to compensating for stifle and other issues. What is the best way to deal with sensitivity and lots of fidgeting while working on the ribs? I get another response back from Amazon, only this is from another new person. I was working on a horse this winter that refused to yawn. For example, if the horse is in regular work, training, showing, everyday, and is standing in a stall the rest of the time, then he will probably have sore feet. I saw Jim’s YouTube videos about TMJ and am willing and hoping she will allow me to do this. Often the horse tells us when our fingers have found a place of discomfort by blinking. Yes, it does happen. I always stop there because I don’t know what is going on. Would there be another meaning for this point? He has nubbins for top teeth & wears a cribbing halter. When I explained what we found to the owner’s husband, he mentioned that she had been through a series of ranch owners and used quite hard. I would keep working on the scapula release, even if he is limited on his hard side, eventually you will start to see results as you continue with correcting the foot. is that even though horses always blink, twitch, stretch, yawn, etc, for whatever reason, what we are looking for as we do our work on the horse is the correlation between the response or behavior, and what we are doing with the horse with our hands in that moment. I have tried many things to alleviate his non-interest in food. blinking, licking and chewing or other reactions.  You will find the reactive areas are where he is carrying tension and stress which would indicate something there has causes pain and/or restriction.  Long term pain creates restriction.  When you do this remember to go slowly, search for blinks, stay on the blink until it’s gone and usually the horse will release with a lick and chew, then continue on, if you aren’t sure of a response, go back over it and check, if no response you move on.  If he gets real fidgety, that is a response and there is probably pain or restriction in that correlating location.  Once you’ve done the Bladder Meridian, you can move on with the other techniques, especially the shoulder (Under Scapula Release, C7/T1 and Wither Release) and see what transpires, you will probably see an improvement on the first attempt.  Let us know how this goes and if you want you can check our website and locate a practitioner close to you. If you start asking for work too soon, the tension will return. Just look at the old photos and you’ll see the difference a few decades can make. And I’ll try hard not to think about what I’m afraid is about to happen! We are at the point of stepping over poles, I ride her for 15 minutes bareback and I hand walk her up a small incline. Do I ignore this and carry on or start with something else? Yes the TMJ would be good as well as Poll/Atlas and Lateral Cervical Flexion. With best wishes. I remember using a young horse for an Advanced Course and the horse laid down and stayed prone while everyone just walked around him. Good luck and hope to see you at a future seminar to learn more that will help you with your horses. Not knowing much about tying up, I was reluctant to do anything aggressive. You may want to use Bladder Meridian on him especially at the shoulders and stay at air gap touch and yes you can use whatever tools you have to incorporate in the bodywork. If there is restriction in the poll/atlas this can affect the whole head and once you’ve released tension this can help improve you horses reactivity. But be aware that those with more restriction will move and fidget when those areas are worked even lightly. I’ve been working with a chiropractor (who is also a vet) on the head tossing issue – he does it in all settings – not just specific ones. The old-timers tell me that just in my lifetime the SB head has gone from jug shaped to looking much more like a TB now. May your times in the Winner’s Circle be many. I have looked through the wonderful You Tube videos, but haven’t found a recommended MM way to help a horse suffering primarily with emotional stress/tension, for example in certain situations. “In America I had boyfriends, mostly boy-dash-friends, I had lunch or dinner with. She tries to bite me, kick me and rear and strike. The horse feels something but doesn’t want to let it go, or be seen letting it go, so they distract themselves with biting the rope, or fidgeting with their feet, or in this case, licking. So, don’t start by touching him. The good news for us is that the horse can show us the way. Sometimes it’s associated with a specific incident and sometimes not. Remember, we are working directly with the nervous system, not with the brain, so this isn’t a “learned response”. Sometimes it comes quickly, sometimes it takes some time, and it varies horse to horse. Go by what’s comfortable for you and the horse, or by what areas of performance you are interested in improving. Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, Photoshop on desktop and iPad, and 20GB of cloud storage (1TB available). When encountering a horse that is resistant to lateral rocking I want to make sure I did all I could to release tension in the lumbar section by working with the release points and getting as much ‘torque’ in a relaxed state as possible. His spine has been X-rayed. I devoured the book & recently purchased the DVD. Any ideas what to do? I also found that “I” was using too much pressure when pushing on the ribs. Massage or electrical stimulation may be of help for atrophy. Unfortunately, I have limited funds at the moment, so only want to have the Chiropractor out when the most benefit is likely to occur. If you’ve never worked on the horse before, give it a minimum of 3 days before the race in case the horse takes time to recover from having their compensation patterns disrupted by a lot of releases. I was working with a horse yesterday that had a lot of large releases just by working the bladder meridian. I had a session with our 5 year old unbroken gelding yesterday and am not sure whether his response was so dramatic because the tension starting to release felt really weird to him and he didn’t know how to deal with it, or because my timing was off, or something else. The aggression is just her way of saying ENOUGH for now; she is probably overloaded and needs some more time to process. BUT, when I went to the left side of her hindquarters, I started getting a LOT of reaction from her. That may be too much, you will need to see, as each horse is different. The owner said he always turns his butt to her “to be scratched”. We also have techniques that restore range of motion of the most important junctions of the body: the poll, the neck, the shoulders, the hind legs. Pawing at the ground - is that part of the release process? Sometimes surgery is performed. The point to remember is that you need to be conscious of what you are doing with your hands and with your body position and posture in general. I wouldn’t put any meaning to the responses if he doesn’t. I was stunned at how much stress he’s been carrying in his neck and atlas area. It looks, or sounds, like she’s relaxing when you work on her hind end. These joints crack quite often a little as she moves). My question pertains to soreness that has arisen after utilizing the technique, and wondering how to approach it, as I haven’t had this type of response before. I’ve con’t to alternate back & forth and each session is usually an hour and a half. The horse – 16’2, 16 yr old OTTB/Show Jumper/Dressager – who I’ve had for about a year and have slowly been rehabilitating physically and mentally. And, don’t start where you know you will get a reaction. Is it a guarded response? I have a pony who isn’t eating well. He has always had some soundness issues, shoulder being one, but the major ones have been dealt with. Are there any specific techniques I should focus on? The Tongue Release is taught at an Advanced 5-Day Course. I am recently certified in equine massage therapy and I’m fascinated at the methods discussed in the book. We do talk about feel, but I think it might be too soon to look for it now. Take a peek at it and watch the short video of Jim talking about it and see if it is a fit for you and your horse. Is it ethical to charge a small fee for a session when still a ‘beginner’? One would ask why he is head shy. My horse has recently started to drop his front left shoulder on canter. A cut or scarred nerve is considered more severe. Question: He might be holding a lot of stress in his poll (horses in training and are working a lot, and can accumulate stress in the poll/neck junction) and when you even start doing the techniques, he starts to release the tension – good on you!! 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