Thank you for your interest in Sports Massage for your Equine. My name is Tanya Marsh; I am a Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist. 
Welcome to FreeMotion Equine Massages' official website.

I have always had a passion for the horse. As an adult I became interested in Equine Sports Massage as well as horse health in general. So, I began researching and studying. I have been in business since 2005 and received my certification in 2008 through Brandenburg Massage Therapy, LLC. I am also a member of the IAAMB.
I currently have well over 80 horses in my care.  

 I am an Adjunct Professor at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI (under their Pre-Vet and Vet Tech. program) where I teach Introduction to Equine Sports Massage. I have taught seminars with Dr. Bob Emery of Beadle Lake as well as at the Farmers CO-OP in Hudsonville, MI and have conducted Clinics throughout Michigan. I also Volunteer my time at Binder Park Zoo, helping a variety of animals in their care and teaching the Staff how to use Sports Massage in their daily routine. I believe continuing education is vital to any profession. 
I attended an Equine Myfacia Release, through Sunshine Theraputics, in Ohio, last year. Thus comming home with even more ways of helping your equine thrive.
My clients range from the back yard ornament all the way through CIC*** Eventers and everyone in between. 
                  Any Gender, Any Age, Any Discilpine
I look forward to meeting all of you and serving you in the future.

Your Massage Therapist
Sports Massage is a great compliment to traditional/conventional medicines as well as Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Acupressure as well as Myofacial work. If you have tried all that your Vet / Chiro. have prescribed then ESMT is for you! There are many types of massage; I feel Sports Massage is the best. I also incorporate many stretches, strokes, lunge work and acupressure. All of this works together to help maximize each massage session.

Please, keep in mind that ESMT is NOT a substitute for good Veterinarian care and is not a cure for any disorder. However, it should go hand in hand with Veterinarian care, to further heal and help your horse.
Any and All Diagnosis must come from a qualified DVM​

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