Equine Back In Action - Natalie Brown

McTimoney Equine chiropractor, who uses this in conjunction with sports massage & myofascial Sessions are charged from £50 (depending on location).

Discounts are given to groups of 3 or more. For more information please feel free to contact me with any questions.


Cancellation on Thursday 14th Wisbech direction.
Space Thursday 28th March





SUNDAY 3rd MARCH 2024 @ 14:00 HRS GMT

Most of the Myofascial Kinetic Lines attach on the head and can therefore be affected by the bridle and the training position of the head and neck. The anatomy and the lines of the head will be presented and the pressure points of the bridle taken into consideration to understand how it can affect the head locally but also the whole spine. The lines also surrounds the temporo-mandibular joints (TMJ) so if there are problems affecting that, it can manifest as loss of subtleness in the gaits. The attachments of the deep lines to the cranium can affects the cerebrospinal fluid and should be considered in cranio-sacral therapy.



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Every time we ride he has a stretch, before I do up his girth. Pilates pony 🐴


Just one of many pearls of wisdom from Kelly Marks and Intelligent Horsemanship presentation yesterday afternoon.

"Be sure to have fun with your horse. It's an expensive way to be miserable."

Photos from Equine Back In Action - Natalie Brown's post 17/02/2024

conference with fellow McTim 😊🐴


𝐓𝐮𝐞𝐬𝐝𝐚𝐲 𝐓𝐢𝐩 - 𝐌𝐨𝐛𝐢𝐥𝐢𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐘𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐇𝐨𝐫𝐬𝐞'𝐬 𝐁𝐚𝐜𝐤 & 𝐈𝐦𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐯𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐡𝐢𝐬 𝐖𝐚𝐥𝐤

Walk is an a effective way to mobilise the back - here are 4 ways to improve the walk and increase back rotation.

𝟏. 𝐖𝐚𝐥𝐤 𝐏𝐨𝐥𝐞𝐬
This can be a single pole or a series of poles. This is a great exercise to maintain mobility, improve core stability & posture. There are so many benefits.
Set up some poles on the way to the arena, or field so you can walk your horse over them everyday.

𝟐. 𝐖𝐚𝐥𝐤𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐭𝐡𝐫𝐨𝐮𝐠𝐡 𝐰𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐫
A similar effect to walking over poles, but your horse doesn't have to think about where he's putting his feet but still has to lift his legs.

𝟑. 𝐖𝐚𝐥𝐤𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐝𝐨𝐰𝐧𝐡𝐢𝐥𝐥
You can feel the rotation in your horse's back through your seat. If you can find a consistent slope - try walking your horse across the slope too.

𝟒. 𝐁𝐚𝐜𝐤𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐮𝐩
A great exercise that has lots of benefits. Aim for long steps with the head and neck low for maximum benefit. Start off with just a few steps and build up.

Discover more about the Biomechanics of Walk and how to improve this pace with our On Demand Webinar - https://www.horsesinsideout.com/about-webinars/walk


Excited for the weekend 🥳

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Warning! There was a big yellow thing in the sky yesterday! 🌞🌞


Spaces -
Thursday 15th Feb
Monday 19th Feb
Thursday 29th - Peterborough/ farcet/ Ramsey direction
14th March.
Picture of the Badger for at his first PC rally (with us) 🥰


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***March 10th - rider position and balance clinic***

This is a clinic with a difference! It will consist of three separate parts:

1. Unmounted rider balance session in our brand new purpose built classroom
2. Ridden polework or grid work session in our 60x40 all weather arena
3. Unmounted video feedback

Total length will be approximately 3 hours with tea or coffee provided.

£50 per person. Please text/WhatsApp Barry on 07985202205 to book.

Photos from British Dressage - North & East Region's post 28/01/2024

Another great day for Daisy Bullman Dressage! A win at the high profile show! 🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳


Some space left in Feb and March filling up quickly. Limited evening appointments available 😊

Photos from British Dressage - North & East Region's post 27/01/2024

Very well done to Daisy Bullman Dressage and Haymitch 🥳🥳


I always feel January is one of the difficult months of the year for horse owners (and many other people too!!)
But - its nearly over, and spring will be on the way soon..
Keep smiling and enjoy cuddles with your horses # # #🥰
Just love this picture - sums January up well!


Join renowned McTimoney Animal Association chiropractors, Dr Emma Punt and Nikki Routledge, as they delve into the many causes of equine lameness.

As well the stress and often vast expense of caring for a lame horse, it often takes time for healing to occur and soundness to return. However, it is even more frustrating when the cause or source of the lameness cannot be identified.

In this FREE webinar, brought to you by McTimoney College of Chiropractic, you will learn about the less known, but highly impactful incidences of body lameness in horses, how it manifests, and what to look for.

Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pfuGspz0oGdWWszVDjTkk8RdYFEcEBkwl #/registration

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Emma Punt McTimoney Nikki Routledge


Wow 😮

Photos from Equine Back In Action - Natalie Brown's post 12/01/2024

No frost this morning! But forgot to take an after photo of all of Figaros tracks in the school. It’s often hard to be imaginative, when schooling alone and so early. So yesterday I used the frost to see where we had been. We used lots of lateral work, spiral circles and tried to cover the whole arena in footprints. 👣


Thank you Mr Figaro! An over reaction to the digger that you were stood watching. Typical warmblood, act and then think! Luckily the ground was soft and I have some padding! Wishing all my lovely clients, friends and acquaintances a very happy 2024!
You are more than welcome to laugh, I did walk away 👍🙄He did return to his donkey like status this morning!

Photos from Equine Back In Action - Natalie Brown's post 24/12/2023

Merry Christmas 🤶 🎄to you all! Wishing you a very happy and a wonderful 2024! Enjoy your ponies and take some time to relax 😊🎅. This is me signing off # # #


Everyday we try and make the best decision to give our horses the best life possible. Then they do things like this……. One cold wet pony 🙈🙄

Photos from Equine Back In Action - Natalie Brown's post 09/12/2023

Does your horse get down to sleep? Can they roll over? Do they roll over both sides?

Photos from Equine Back In Action - Natalie Brown's post 03/12/2023

What a wet, cold and generally soggy weekend. Yet we rode and cracked on. Nothing like the Great British weather and wet pants! 😆


Limited spaces left for Dec and Jan. Please PM for a space 🙏😊😊


Combien de temps un cheval peut passer sans foin❓

Un vrai sujet sensible.... Surtout de nos jours avec les réductions de budgets dans les écuries et la frénésie du gaspillage ! J’avais envie de vous faire un article avec mes mots, de façon clair et sans chichi. ⬇️
De plus en plus, je vois des chevaux passer de longues heures sans foin. Soit disant au régime, ou trop gaspillant... Et je me rends compte de l’ignorance des gens, sur un sujet aussi dangereux et populaire ! Combien de temps un cheval peut-il rester sans mastiquer avant que sa santé en pâtisse ? ⚠️4 HEURES MAXIMUN.⚠️

❓Pourquoi ❓Les chevaux sont fait pour brouter constamment. Ce sont des herbivores, ils sont fait pour manger en petites quantités 18 heures par jour, de ce fait, ils n'ont pas de vésicule biliaire pour stocker la bile et leurs estomacs libèrent constamment de l'acide gastrique. La quantité minimum pour un cheval adulte de taille standard est de min 10 kilos par jour !
L'estomac des chevaux est de petite taille, il a une capacité de 8 à 15 litres pour un cheval adulte. Il faut en moyenne 4 à 6 heures pour que l'estomac soit complètement vide. Après, les acides commencent à attaquer l'intérieur de l’estomac et ensuite les intestins. C’est ça qui créer les fameux ulcères. On estime que 70 à 95 % des chevaux adultes a l’entraînement souffrent d’ulcères. Rajoutons à ce manque de fourrage les aliments concentrés et on a un combo explosif aux dommages énormes... 🤕

Mais les ulcères sont la cause physique et « visible » du problème de la non alimentation continue...
Car avoir le ventre vide est une situation de stress énorme pour un cheval. Plus longtemps ils sont maintenus sans fourrage, plus ils libèrent des hormones de stress, cortisol par exemple. Le cortisol bloque l'insuline et cause un taux de glycémie élevé. Cela stimule l'organisme à libérer de l’insuline, ce qui entraîne à son tour le dépôt des tissus gras et la résistance à la leptine. Au fil du temps, cela provoque une insulinorésistance (syndrome métabolique équin - SME). Vous l’aurez compris, la privation fait GROSSIR le cheval. On a jamais fais maigrir durablement un équidé en le laissant sans foin ! Jamais !! C’est dangereux ⚠️
On parle de cette réaction de stress comme si c'était juste interne et biologique mais le cheval est conscient de ce stress. L’énervement au nourrissage, les tics, l’agressivité, les chevaux « con » en écuries ou violents au pansage.... sont des démonstrations de stress en raison de privations alimentaires !
Donc, si vous mettez du foin à votre cheval à 18:00 et qu’à 21:00 il n’a plus rien son ventre est vide jusqu’au lendemain 7:00, heure du prochain nourrissage.... Soit 10 HEURES ! Alors qu’en 4 heures, il entre en mode famine.
Un cheval avec un approvisionnement constant en foin mangera beaucoup moins qu’un cheval qui est affamé par intermittence. Ils ne mangent pas dans la frénésie ! Vous pouvez par exemple installer des filets à foin, ou des râteliers pour faciliter l’ingestion continue sans gaspillage.
Soyons vigilants sur la quantité de foin et le nombre/moyen de distribution pour la santé de nos chevaux ✅

Texte par : L’Care - Bit & Bridle Fitting, préparation physique et soins du Cheval

Photos from Equine Back In Action - Natalie Brown's post 16/11/2023

Winnie enjoying the this morning

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