Equine Ting Points


Hi! My name is Casie Bazay. I'm a mom, a freelance writer, and a certified equine acupressure practitioner.

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5 Responses

  1. Robin Thiesfeld says:

    My horse is 10 yes old. He became lame from a short trim per 4 different farriers and my vet. 3 months later his hooves we’re slightly trimmed. He appears to be lame but very little before this trim. He is on remission. .any suggeztions? Thanks

  2. Arlan says:

    Thanks, I will pass this on to our instructor

  3. Cindy Black says:

    Thank you for these great pictures and clear explanations! I practice on humans, just beginning to work with horses – this is so helpful!

  4. Gill Evans says:

    Very clear info. I was hoping to find which points would assist healing of mudfever/scratches on pasterns, but none of them mention skin disease. Any suggestions?

    • Casie says:

      With any skin issue, I would use the Lung and Stomach Ting points, as well as other acu-points which can help relieve inflammation and improve immune function.

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