Clinics and Educational Program

Why are osteopathy, algotherapy and equine massage essential for your horse and you?

As an experienced equine osteopath and classic riding rider according to the principles of the school of lightness (by Philippe Karl), I deeply understand the importance of equine welfare not only to the health and performance of these magnificent creatures but also to the quality of the relationship between the rider and horse. In this article, I will share with you why osteopathy, algotherapy and equine massage are essential services.


Equine Osteopathy plays a crucial role in the balance and performance of the horse. As riders, our posture and biomechanics directly influence those of our horses. Poor alignment can cause imbalances and tension in the horse, affecting its health and ability to perform. By practicing osteopathy, I ensure that horses are free from any movement restrictions, allowing for better harmony and understanding between rider and horse.


Algotherapy, or algae-based treatments, is an innovative method for caring for the skin and general well-being of horses. Algae developments provide a rich source of essential minerals and nutrients, offering exceptional antiseptic and antiviral properties. This therapy helps treat various skin conditions, improves circulation and promotes muscle recovery. Horses treated with algotherapy present a notable improvement in their general condition, resulting in improved performance and increased well-being.


Equine Massage is more than just a wellness treatment; it is a means of communication with your horse. By learning to massage your horse, you develop a deeper understanding of his body, identifying areas of tension and points of comfort. This practice builds trust and connection between rider and horse, creating a more harmonious and empathetic relationship. Regular massages also help maintain the horse’s physical health, prevent injuries and improve recovery after exercise.


Osteopathy, algotherapy and equine massage are not simple treatments; they are essential to maintaining the health, well-being and performance of your horse. As a rider, investing in these services means investing in a deeper, more enriching relationship with your equine companion. I invite you to discover these practices and see for yourself the positive changes they can bring to your horse and to your riding experience.

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