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Hi my name is Angela!


   Horses have been a part of me for as long as I can remember—they give meaning to my life. Since I was a little girl, my mother encouraged me toward an equine lifestyle where I was able to discover my mission in life. 

    I started riding horses when I was 6-years-old with amazing people who taught me how to love, care, and respect horses. This was the beginning of my wonderful journey. When I was 8-years-old, I started showing in equitation classes with my friends’ pony, Bingo. During the following years of my life, I rode and trained horses in different disciplines such as jumpers, dressage, barrel racing, and racehorses. 

I also worked for the Mounted Police as an assistant trainer. In this stage of my career, I learned about sensory and tactical training, which taught me how to read the horses’ body language. Through the different horse professionals who surrounded me, I learned about equine health and first aid medical attention.


   With the knowledge and experience acquired, I was able to develop my own riding school which focused on various disciplines and on enjoying the magic of horses.  

   The time spent as an equestrian coach drove me to earn my master's degree in Sports Psychology and this opened the doors to a new world of performance enhancement. The equestrian sport is one like no other: it is a sport where the partner and teammate is a living being that speaks a different language. This thought put me in the path toward equine sports massage therapy. Currently I am certified in Massage Therapy, Animal Neuro Myo-Fascial Release, and Meridian Therapy for horses/dogs, and Equine Kinetic Taping. I am also a Summit Joint Performance representative, great joint supplement for your equine, canine and yourself. Slowly plan to keep certifying myself on other types of therapy for horses and dogs, this way I can give every patient exactly what they need to feel it's best.  Sometimes our minds get in the way of success, but sometimes our equine/canine partner is the one in silent pain and that also affects the team’s performance. 


    The different kinds of therapy are not only beneficial to enhance performance but also to recover from injuries, soreness, or simply relax your equine/canine companion so he/she can have a better quality of life. 


   If your horse or canine is uncomfortable, irritated or moving out of his/her normal self, don't hesitate to contact me at 407-747-8595 or email me at

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