Proud member of the Association of Complementary Animal Therapies

A proud member of the Association of Complementary Animal Therapies

Laura from Equiflexion trained with the Institute of Complementary Animal Therapies

Trained with the Institute of Complementary Animal Therapies.

About Equiflexion and Laura Clinton

Laura Clinton is an Equine Musculoskeletal Therapist qualified in Equine Sports Massage and Equine Musculoskeletal Manipulation Therapy, having studied under the expert guidance and tuition of Julie Boxall at The Institute of Complementary Animal Therapies, gaining a distinction, and has been treating horses since 2010.         

The training for both courses consisted of theory and practical sessions, with guest lecturers including vets, farriers, saddle fitters and dentists, as well has home study with written assignments and a total of 80 case studies culminating in practical and theory exams.

Being qualified in both therapies means Laura is able to treat your horse’s muscles and fascia, and your horse’s joints, most notably the vertebra.

As a proud member of The Association of Complementary Therapies, Laura is dedicated to her Continued Professional Development and has completed further training in Daniel Kamen Chiropractic Techniques, ICAT Joint Manipulation incorporating McTimoney Corley Techniques, Trigger Point Release, Myofascial Release and Fascial Edge Tool, Advanced Joint Mobilisation and Advanced Stretch Techniques.

Laura has ridden all her life so understands what a client is saying when explaining a ridden issue. Although she no longer has her own horse (work and family life!) she is lucky enough to still be able to ride on a weekly basis.

Laura Bradbeer with former racehorse Boo who benefitted from Equine Therapy