Equilibrium Horse Massage Mitt
The Equilibrium Massage Mitt offers effective, affordable and easy to use massage for horses.
Using the Massage Mitt.
The Massage Mitt has three different settings, which can be selected easily from the mitt control panel. You can select the intensity of the program to suit your horses needs. Each program has three different types of massage: pulsing, vibration and stroking. This ensures the muscles are worked in different ways. Each session lasts 10 minutes which allows enough time for full coverage over the horses’ muscle groups.
The Massage Mitt can be easily incorporated into your warming up and cooling down routine.
The low setting can then be used to cool down the muscles.
The medium setting can be used to help warm muscles up prior to exercise.
The high setting can be used on a day off or if your horse prefers a more intense massage.
It comes in a handy carry bag which makes it ideal for use at home, away or in the lorry. It is wipe clean, making it easy to care for. The bag also has useful storage spots for the battery and charger.
The Massage Mitt is the choice of many Olympians, World Champions, top producers, up and coming stars and amateurs. It can be used on its own or in conjunction with the Massage Pad and Magnetic Back Pad and Magnetic Chaps.
Massage for horses.
As found with our Equilibrium Massage Pad, there are a number of benefits of massage.
Massage helps improve flexibility and reduce stiffness by improving blood supply to the muscles, this was found in our Massage Pad clinical trials which had massage applied to their backs via the pad and horses that used the pad showed a significant improvement in back flexibility. The heart rate is also reduced throughout the massage which promotes relaxation.
Tension is often one of the most common reasons for poor performance and by increasing relaxation and improving back flexibility; the negative effects of tension can be reduced. Relaxed muscles can help assist flexibility and movement in particular for competition horses performing dressage movements and jumping technical fences.