Brooke Drassal Equine Bodywork

Horse Owner’s Guide To Using A Massage Gun

Quickly gain the skills and confidence to start massaging your horse with a massage gun.

Zero overwhelm. Just an easy-to-follow video course to turn massaging your horse into a reality.

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TikTok followers strong

Sharing our tips on horse health has allowed us to reach an amazing group of individuals already, and continues to expand with equine enthusiasts who want their horses to perform and feel better. The idea for developing this course was born from the numerous requests of my clients and online followers who wished to learn more about equine massage techniques!

Keeping your horse’s muscles supple and comfortable can mean the difference between great rides on a happy horse and frustration… in and out of the saddle.

Pinned ears when you put your leg on. Shortened stride in the trot. Braced neck as you take that next jump.

Knowing which tight and sore muscles may be to blame is only part of the story. Having the skills to massage those muscles is just as important.

But, watching endless YouTube videos on “How to massage your horse” and trying to figure out what works best through trial and error isn’t cutting it.

And… forget about how sore your hands and back are after just minutes of massaging your equine friend.

Brooke teaches you how to safely massage your horse

You can massage your horse safely, confidently, and without breaking your back in the process.

With the Horse Owner’s Guide to Using a Massage Gun, you’ll say goodbye to all those niggly reasons why you’ve been putting off massaging your horse.

Does this sound familiar?

You have no idea where to start

“I know my horse is tight and sore, but that doesn’t mean I have a clue what muscles to massage… or even how.”

You’re afraid you may do more harm than good

“What if I apply too much pressure, and my horse freaks out?”

You’ve tried massaging your horse without much success

“I don’t have time to consistently massage my horse. Maybe I should just leave it to the professionals.”

“Brooke has been a catalyst for overall well being for my horse. When I got him, he arrived with many behavioral problems that we discovered were attributed to body pain.

Initally, Brooke helped get his pain under control with multiple FES sessions closely scheduled to one another, after a few months we were able to get ahead of the pain and now he is able to be on a maintenance schedule to keep his pain very manageable. Brooke willingly shared massage techniques in which I have been able to apply between her FES Sessions to help prolong his comfort.

My horse’s behavioral issues are no longer an issue and he absolutely looks forward to his body work sessions! It’s a relief to know I have a professional to turn to when my horse needs help.”

Jacque Swearingen

Jacque

Say hello to your step-by-step guide to getting out of your head and building a massage routine with your horse.

The Horse Owner’s Guide to Using a Massage Gun will:

Give you guidelines on the what, where, when, and how to use a massage gun on your horse

No more wondering about those critical do’s and don’ts when massaging your horse. You’ll learn where to stand safely, areas on your horse to avoid, and all my best pro massage techniques.

Help you quickly assess your horse’s muscles for tightness and soreness each day

In less time than it takes to grab your morning latte, you’ll be able to feel where your horse needs the most help and come up with a game plan for your massage.

Take the mystery out of using and choosing a massage gun

Not only will you get the lowdown on how and when to use all those attachments, but you’ll also get massage gun recommendations. Pro tip: you don’t need to buy the most expensive gun.

Turn massaging your horse into a regular practice you love

When you know exactly what to do and gain the confidence to massage your horse, you may be surprised at how much you enjoy that extra few minutes you spend with your horse. Suddenly, that habit = a deeper connection.

Here’s a sneak peek at The Horse Owner’s Guide to Using a Massage Gun…

… and exactly what you’ll get.

Massage Gun Course for Horse Owners

An easy-to-follow video course

You’ll get immediate access to a series of 10 videos with clear step-by-step walkthroughs.

What you will learn:

  • Ways to palpate your horse, aka feeling your horse’s muscles for tightness and soreness
  • Different areas of the horse’s body that can safely be massaged and the areas to avoid
  • Proper techniques for massaging your horse with a massage gun
  • Precautions to take to stay safe while using the massage gun on your horse
  • Use and effectiveness of all the massage gun attachments
  • What to look for when choosing a massage gun

Get a step-by-step guide print-out you can take with you to the barn

Download and print out a full-color PDF guide that follows what’s covered in the videos.

In this PDF, you’ll find a:

  • Breakdown of all the top tips for using your massage gun
  • Series of images with highlighted areas on the horse of where to massage and where to avoid

Meet the pro behind the course

Hey there, I’m Brooke Drassal

Certified equine massage therapist for nearly 15 years, cutting horse show junkie, and diehard Yellowstone fan (yeah, I may or may not have seen every episode more than once.)

And, I’m the owner of a six-figure equine bodywork business that helps horses perform and feel their best.

I decided to create this course after several of my clients and online followers continued to ask me questions about how best to massage their horses.

After over a decade of experience as an equine massage therapist and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) practitioner, I’ve learned a thing or two about what works and what doesn’t when massaging a horse.

Plus, I understand the struggles that my horse-owning clients face when trying to work on their horses themselves.

That’s why I am launching an easy-to-understand course—low on equine anatomy jargon but heavy on practical how-tos.

About Brooke

My goal

Help you create a deeper connection with your horse while keeping him feeling tip-top.

I know you can do it.

This course is here to give you the skills and some Taylor Swift-level confidence to make that happen.

“Brooke has been an invaluable member of my team for many years now. 

Brooke is consistently able to not only deliver improved performance and pain relief in the form of FES and massage, but is a critical eye for complex problems, a crucial sounding board for me with all of my clients, and an excellent horsewoman.

Brooke and I have brought many horses from places of being dangerous to ride, in chronic pain, or otherwise unable to work back to health and functional use. It’s hard for me to imagine doing what I do without her!”

Becky Seizert

Becky

Get everything you need to start confidently massaging your horse with a massage gun.

COMPREHENSIVE VIDEO WALKTHROUGH COURSE + FULL-COLOR DOWNLOADABLE PDF

Brooke massaging a white horse
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If you’re not 100% satisfied with the course within 7 days, we’ll offer you a full refund.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m busy. How much time will it take to get through the course?
We get it. Just grooming your horse can be a time suck. We kept the video section under an hour. You’ll get a solid walkthrough without wading through hours of anatomy lessons and learning jargon you probably won’t remember.
Can’t I just use my hands? Why do I need a massage gun?
You can use your hands and you absolutely don’t need a gun to massage your horse. But, massaging an animal with huge, deep muscles can quickly lead to sore hands, fingers, and backs. If you’re not massaging horses for a living, it can be challenging to maintain consistent pressure. Using a massage gun on your horse is an effective way to reduce the amount of time you need to massage your horse and the wear and tear on your body.
Do I have to buy a really expensive massage gun?
No. While buying a massage gun is an investment, you don’t have to break the bank. You can easily find a massage gun on Amazon that will get the job done in the $60-$100 range. You’ll find a few recommendations in the course.
I have a massage therapist who works on my horse. Why should I massage my horse?
This course isn’t designed to replace your equine massage therapist. But regularly massaging tight areas on your horse between sessions can extend the benefits of your therapist’s work. Plus, massaging your horse can be a fantastic way to catch potential problems before they arise and deepen your connection with your horse.
Is there a refund policy?
You betcha. If you’re not happy with your purchase at any time within the first 7 days, simply email support@drassalequinebodywork.com, and we’ll give you a full refund. 
Who is this course NOT for?
If you’re a trained equine massage therapist, you will already know most of what’s included in this course. We designed this course primarily for busy horse owners who have limited to no knowledge of massaging their horses with or without a massage gun.

Enough already

Get the course and start massaging your horse today

Disclaimer: This course is for informational purposes only and may not be appropriate for your horse. This course does not provide medical, veterinary, or licensed advice and is not a substitute for consultation with an equine healthcare professional. Do not use this course for veterinary diagnosis or treatment. To the extent that this course provides any explicit or implied recommendations of a product or service, such recommendations should be taken as general in nature and not specific to any particular horse.