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Can I watch the session?

You are welcome to sit and watch the session. You might find that by virtue of being there you will also start to feel very relaxed. Some of my clients have almost drifted off to sleep and horses in nearby stalls have also displayed semi closed eyes and a relaxed head, either hanging or propped on their door or leaning against the stall wall. 


What are some of the problems you have worked with on horses, people, dogs and cats?


  • Lameness

  • Arthritis

  • Melanomas

  • Phantom Lameness

  • Founder

  • EPM

  • Stiffness

  • Inability To Pick-up Or Hold A Lead

  • Bucking

  • Digestive Issues

  • Suspensory Injury

  • Over At The Knees

  • Dropped Hip

  • Head Trauma

  • Preferring One Direction

  • Back Injury

  • Detox

  • Founder

  • Performing Under Par

  • And Much More


  • Back Injury

  • Neuropathy

  • Emotional Problems

  • Motion Sickness

  • Lameness

  • Seizures 

  • Extreme Trauma


  • Lack of Appetite

  • Head pain

  • Detox

  • Autoimmune condition


  • Back Pain

  • Joint Pain

  • Arthritis

  • Head Trauma

  • Pelvic Pain

  • Migraines

  • Lyme Disease


Can I ride my horse after a TBT session?

It depends on how much work is done in the session. I usually ask for a minimum of two days, however, if they have been getting regular sessions and we are just tuning up, it would only need to be a day.  This is because the body now has to process and integrate the changes that were made. I would not recommend having a session done right before a competition, again, unless they have been getting regular sessions and it’s just a tune up

What areas of the United States do you cover?

I currently have a strong following in Nevada and California, however I go where the animals are.

I am happy to discuss with you the possibility of other states and the option of remote healing sessions.

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