Massage and Myofascial Release

For horse and human By Dawn McCaig ITEC dip HM, EBW


McTimoney-Corley Spinal Therapy.
Equine Sports Massage.
Human Massage.
Myofascial Release.
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Manipulation, Massage and Myofascial Release

For horse and rider

By Dawn McCaig Dip MCST (WCST), Dip MCAM (OCEPT), Dip HM (ITEC), EEBW

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I have a lifelong passion for horses and have ridden since I was eleven years old.   After seeking pain relief through complementary therapies for myself and my horse and seeing the amazing results, I have spent many years training in human and equine anatomy, physiology, massage, myofascial release and manipulation.  I am aware of the profound healing that informed, intuitive and caring touch can give and now have the qualifications, knowledge and experience to offer you this service.

I also hold the Intelligent Horsemanship foundation certificate and have successfully used Monty Robert’s methods on many horses.

My relevant qualifications are:

WCST diploma  McTimoney-Corley Spinal Therapy (for people)

OCEPT diploma  McTimoney-Corley Animal Manipulation (for animals)

ITEC diploma  Human anatomy, physiology and  holistic massage

EEBW  Equine Body Worker with Equinology

Applied Equine Biomechanics course by Chiropractor, Andrew Glaister

I have also attended human and equine myofascial release courses with the Jing Institute of Advanced Massage a, Myofascial Release UK and Equinenergy.  

This list is not exhaustive as I believe in continuous professional development.


I am currently a member of the

Association of McTimoney-Corley Spinal Therapists

Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners


About Dawn McCaig


Committed to improving the wellbeing of both people and horses through bodywork

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Legal notice


I work in compliance with the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 and therefore veterinary permission must be sought before the animal is treated as it is illegal for anyone to treat an animal without veterinary consent.  You will be asked to sign a consultation form to confirm that you have been granted permission from your vet for your horse to receive therapy.  Therapy  is never a replacement for proper veterinary care.