Myo-Fascial Release

We offer a variety of treatment techniques, which can be used by equine therapists, horse owners and trainers to decrease pain, inflammation, and treat muscle strains.

We provide an economical educational opportunity that establishes a solid basis, for therapy skills for starting (or improving) an equine therapy business or just improve your horses well-being. We ensure a positive learning environment, by facilitating healing of injuries, improve performance, provide pain relief, and soothe sore muscles.

    Our motto is: “A Healthy Horse is a Happy Horse”

“Certification” is available for students who want to enter equine therapy as a vocation.

Clinic Description & Schedule: Available in a combination of 1-2 day clinics, offered Friday-Sunday. (During summer months week-day classes are available upon request.)

Three student minimum for on-site clinics. All clinics and courses offered involve Q & A discussions, lecture and testing in the class-room and hands-on sessions in the barn. A topic primer and clinic book are provided.

One day of training is from 4-8 (typically 6) hours. Students will be practicing on live equine subjects.

Clinics can be hosted by a stable – boarding facility.

Clinics offered:


The Advanced Myo-Fascial Release “Mock Chiro” clinic was so enlightening and empowering. After learning the history behind chiropractic practices and what happens when you ‘thrust’, it really opened my eyes. I’m now better informed and have an alternative method to offer to my clients. Mary Lou always keeps the horse’s best interest at the forefront and her knowledge goes above and beyond. This clinic is a must!” – Judy Watson

I attended the Myo-Fascial Release clinic last fall at Langley Equine Studies. The clinic is very well run with learning in the classroom then going out to the barn for hands on. One of the first horses I worked on after the clinic would only take one lead. After I released the hip, the owner was happy to report they had both leads again after having issues for over a year! Learning these MFR techniques will keep my horses and client horses preforming their best.” – Audry Henning

Langley Equine Studies