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Exclusive Equestrian Services LLC
Denise Bean-Raymond
A full service equine wellness practice specializing in equine massage therapy, equine acupressure therapy, and equine nutrition.

Equine Acupressure Therapy

What is Equine Acupressure and What are the Benefits?

Acupressure...

equine acupressure therapist Denise Bean-Raymond performing acupressure on the chest of a horse
  • Is an appropriate treatment for a multitude of conditions such as arthritis, tying-up syndrome, back pain, colds/coughs, cribbing, colic (preventative), heaving, hock joint issues, immune system strengthening, neck issues, shoulder discomfort, stifle joint issues, swollen joints, stress management, founder, organ function, eye issues, edema, navicular, head-shaking and many other conditions/ injuries and diseases your horse may occur.
  • Has has become popular with competition horses because it allows continued performance in many cases, without having to resort to the use of drugs, which are often banned in competition.
  • Strengthens the bodyʼs immune system. It balances the flow of energy in the body to allow the body to heal.
  • Initiates the release of spasmodic muscle tissue.
  • Assists in the production and distribution of endorphins which alleviate pain, therefore making it an effective tool for pain management.
  • Therapy is a very effective tool for speeding up the healing process post surgery, post illness or during rehabilitation from injury or disease.
  • Therapy is a wonderful option for horses that do not like the application of massage strokes. The treatment offers a different sensation than massage, and some horses prefer it.
  • Therapy treats the equineʼs mind, body and spirit as an integrated, interdependent system, which allows the practitioner to identify imbalances before physical symptoms manifest, aiding in maintained wellness, or restoring health if an imbalance has already occurred.

Equine Acupressure Therapy

equine acupressure therapist Denise Bean-Raymond performing acupressure on the leg of a horse
  • Please print and sign the Consent Form prior to scheduling an appointment for your horse. You may then scan it & return it via email to our office, or you may return it to the practitioner on site, at your FIRST appointment. Please Note: NO services will be offered until this form is signed & collected. There are no exceptions to this policy. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
  • Please print & complete the New Client Intake Form prior to your first appointment. This will assist the practitioner.
  • Payment is due & will be collected at the time of service(s). A valid credit card is required to be placed on file with our office. If the credit card on file will not process, & another valid credit card is not offered within 3 days of the service date, Denise Bean-Raymond, D.B.A. Exclusive Equestrian Services, LLC, reserves the right to send the debt to a collection agency, pursue legal assistance & dismiss the client from any further service.
  • Please have the horse or pony available and secure upon arrival of the therapist. If appointments are delayed due to the horse or pony being unavailable, there will be an additional charge rendered.

Barn Call Fee

Please note, in addition to the fee for the service provided, a "Barn Call" fee will also be charged for each appointment. Thank you.


Denise Bean-Raymond - ExEqServices@gmail.com - 978-828-1974

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