Qwincey and I

RFS Equine Services

Hi, my name is Skylar More and I would like to tell you about my journey with my equine partner, Qwincey. Our story began when I was eleven and Qwincey needed a new home. As I began to understand him, he taught me what it meant to be a good friend. As I continued to learn about the equine industry, I discovered my passion. I have had the good fortune of being able to work with Amy Himmelman at Little Rock Farm, the Millars at Millarbrooke Farm, Taylor and Mishka at Silver Meadows Farm and Monica Treidlinger. These experiences have been invaluable in helping me successfully complete my Equine Science program from the Univ. of Guelph this fall. However, my partner, Qwincey, was showing behaviours I had never seen before. It was recommended that I look at massage therapy and Bemer sessions for him. It changed everything! He immediately starting acting like his old self and the Bemer sessions started making a big difference for his Mom, Clipper, and his younger brother, Oreo, as well. As a result, I have gotten my training as a certified practitioner using the Bemer technology in order to help other equine partners. I also found once I started using massage therapy for him, he has been able to maintain his athleticism and has started competing again. And so, I have also become a certified equine massage therapist to help not just my herd but your equine partners as well.


Bemer Sessions

Using Bemer technology, I will come to your equine partner and administer a full Bemer session based on current needs. Bemer research has demonstrated your equine partner will gain improved microcirculation, supports parasympathetic processes, relaxation and regeneration after any type of exertion, optimizes exercise and performance through increased suppleness, helps prevent and increases defense against infection, speeds up the recovery process after injury and improves the anesthetic experience and regeneration after surgery.

Equine Massage Therapy

With any activity, muscles and soft tissue can experience pain and swelling. Soft tissue massage can quickly relieve any discomfort. However, it is important to use a certified equine massage therapist who understands when it is appropriate to use massage versus having a vet come. Research has shown regular massage when done correctly can also improve behaviour and recovery.

Equine Consultation

As an equine professional with years of training in competitive, recreational and veterinary settings, I am very comfortable and understand all types of equine behaviour. While I would never diagnose, sometimes having a second opinion can be helpful.

Bemer and Massage Therapy sessions are $75 per session plus travel and tax. I will come to any location in the Ottawa Valley including farms, fairs and competitions. To book your appt, please call or text 613-207-5642 or email skylarmore3@gmail.com

What others say

The new BEMER system protected by patents is the most researched and most effective physical application method used in complementary medicine today.
The new BEMER signal has been developed even further and modified according to the latest findings on the biorhythm of local and primary regulatory processes associated with microcirculation (physical treatment method). The restricted or impaired microcirculation of organs is now stimulated even better than before.

The specific temporary signal order and structure of the electromagnetic field with a low flux density is crucial in effectively stimulating the mechanism for regulating microcirculation.

BEMER is an officially authorised medical device in the EU (CE0483) of the class IIa (93/42/EEC).

During the past 15 years, there have been 46 publications about BEMER therapy and four scientific studies listed in PubMed (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/).

It is not good enough to get your horse to do what you want. It is far better to cause your horse to want to do it..” ~ Monty Roberts

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Sky explains team building with Clipper
Monica Treidlinger shows Qwincey how to overcome his fear of trailers
Oreo getting better at lunge work
Oreo continues to learn his lunge work
Qwincey shows what he can do
Oreo showing his lunge work