ET - combination of factors

Although Equine Touch can certainly enable a horse to feel better, it is naturally not the only factor which has an effect on the health and welfare of your horse. For instance, appropriate training, a well- fitting saddle, bridle and other tack, regular hoof and dental care, and the right nutrition and living conditions are also important links in the chain. Depending on the region where your horses are kept, I can put you in touch with experts in these fields if you require.
Humans for Horses
Equine Touch
© Smail & Van Rossem, 2019

Welcome

Humans for Horses offers a unique

form of bodywork for horses, Equine

Touch.

Every horse can benefit from bodywork. After all, your horse uses its body intensively in the discipline which you practice together with it. A sportsman or woman readily knows that they need to take care of their body as best possible, if they are to perform to the best of their ability. In principle, a horse performs more physically demanding work than a sportsman or woman. A horse also carries someone on its back or pulls a load behind it. Equine Touch is unique because of the interaction between the horse and the Equine Touch practitioner. The modality is not simply performed on the horse. We listen to the horse and the information that we receive during our interaction is important. How this exactly works is something you can read more about under Equine Touch. Under Background we explain how this tremendous equine modality started and who the founders of Equine Touch are. As you would expect, the News section contains the latest news. Under Testimonials some of our clients talk about what Equine Touch has meant to their horses. Our fees and special offers may be found under Fees and finally we provide more information about the people behind Humans for Horses under About us. We hope you enjoy viewing our website and look forward to meeting you and your horse(s) in the near future! Finally, Equine Touch is no replacement for veterinary care.

ET - combination of factors

Although Equine Touch can certainly enable a horse to feel better, it is naturally not the only factor which has an effect on the health and welfare of your horse. For instance, appropriate training, a properly fitted saddle, bridle and other tack, regular hoof and dental care, and the right nutrition and living conditions are also important links in the chain. Depending on the region where your horses are kept, we can put you in touch with experts in these fields if you require.