About Me




Michelle is a keen horsewoman; she has enjoyed much success producing young horses and ponies for the show ring, competing successfully at county level.

She attended the College of West Anglia formerly known as Norfolk College and gained her British Horse Society stages 1, 2 and 3, Grooms certificate and Preliminary Teaching Test.  After leaving college Michelle worked with and learnt from some of the best professionals in the equine industry, gaining experience within many disciplines such as; show jumping, dressage, showing, endurance, polo and eventing.  Giving her a fantastic insight into the demands placed on competition horses. Her experience in the saddle and on the ground is invaluable when discussing the needs of horses with her clients.

From her initial British Horses Society qualifications, Michelle went on to complete a Post Graduate Diploma in McTimmoney-Corley Spinal Therapy.  Michelle felt that like humans, horses and dogs are all different and could benefit from different therapies so she went on to study and gain qualifications in Myofascial Release, Equinology Equine Body Work, Applied Equine Biomechanics and Acupressure. She is currently studying Equine Kinesio Taping.  Michelle is a member of The Oxford College of Equine Physical Therapists Register.