KahunaAnimal Dynamics
Equine Sports Massage Specialists
Equine Sports Massage School
Equine Performance Consultants

The Key to Maximum Success with Horses is in Your Hands!
9791 NW 160th Street, Reddick, FL 32686  Telephone 352 591 6025
 Email: Info@Animaldynamics.com
Foundation & Advanced Equine Sports Massage and Equine Electro-Acupressure Classes are held every month.
Our classes provide you with relevant information and skills that make you a better horseman.
The first quarter 2014 class schedule is up
Click here to buy our new book, Equine-Electro-Acupressure

Don DoranWelcome to Animal Dynamics!

Our talent and expertise is in identifying the root causes of equine performance problems and providing the proper solution.

Our classes have value for amateur owners as well as seasoned professionals.  Our classes empower horsemen and women with relevant information and skills that allow them to achieve maximum success, maximum performance and personal fulfillment with horses.

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Lisa working with a chestunt geldingBenefits of Equine Sports Massage

Relaxes the Muscular System

Increases Muscle Flexibility & Range Of Motion

Reduces STRESS and Promotes RELAXATION

Helps PREVENT Injuries

Removes Spasms and Adhesions from Muscles

Speeds Recovery from Muscular Injuries

Strengthens the Human-Equine Bond

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Muscle Problems are the most common cause of poor performance of the horse.

Equine Sports Massage directly addresses these problems and allows the horse to compete at full potential.

Equine Sports Massage increases circulation and reduces muscular fatigue, tension and stress, which are the primary causes of muscular injury.

Equine Electro-Acupressure

This is a hybrid equine bodywork modality that combines 21st Century science and technology with ancient knowledge of massage, energy meridians and acupoints. The net effect is a fast effective method of relieving muscular pain and helping the horse maximize his/her athletic performance.

In this class, students first lean the fundamentals of Equine Acupressure and Tui-Na, then they are instructed in the advanced techniques of Equine Electro-Acupressure. 

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"It is unrealistic to expect performance from a horse that is in pain.  Unfortunately, in the horse industry today, Pain Management is common practice and horsemanship is a fading art".
Don Doran, January 2005