Bethany A. Condon – 1 HOOF
BAC Equine & Canine Massage Therapy
cell - 617-319-5895 (call or text)
Locations: Eastern and Central Massachusetts and Rhode Island
Certified Equine and Canine Massage Therapist, Bethany A Condon began riding horses at 9 years old competing in the hunter jumper circuit for several years in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Years of competing became less of an interest for Bethany but when she discovered equine massage therapy for horses, she was immediately intrigued and knew this was what she wanted to do – helping horses feel and perform their best through rehabilitative massage therapy.
Bethany began her equine massage business BAC Equine & Canine Massage Therapy in 2018 after earning her first equine massage certification from Equissage New England/New York and 9 months later earning her second equine massage certification in 2019 with Midwest Natural Healing for Animals.
With a love for dogs as well as horses, she also earned her canine massage therapy certification from Southwest Michigan Natural Healing for Animals in 2020.
Bethany holds certifications in equine myofascial release therapy, craniosacral therapy, red light therapy, stress point therapy (based on Jack Meagher’s teachings), advanced equine anatomy, canine massage therapy and is excited to now be adding SUREFOOT Equine Pads to her massage practice for her clients’ horses and her own 19 year old Belgian draft. Bethany loves bringing horses back to their optimal health and performance level through massage therapy and SUREFOOT Pads regardless of their age and health condition.
She enjoys educating and helping her horse clients of the importance of consistent equine massage therapy and remedial groundwork exercises for their horses. She has been intrigued by Wendy Murdoch’s SUREFOOT pads for a number of years and finally decided to do the practitioner training in New Hampshire in July 2021.
Visit Bethany’s website at www.bacequinemassagetherapy.com or her Facebook business page BAC Equine & Canine Massage Therapy (2) BAC Equine & Canine Massage Therapy | Facebook for more information.