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Elevated Equine

Mindy Greenwell


About Me:


My name is Mindy Greenwell, and I started Elevated Equine because I believe that every horse can benefit from massage and every owner should get a chance to see the benefits it can bring.  My goal with Elevated Equine is to provide elevated care for both the performance and pleasure horse alike. I strive to bring awareness to alternative therapies and to increase the overall well being of every horse I massage. 

I too used to be a skeptic when it came to equine massage. I didn't become a believer until I saw the difference it made in a friend's jumper who flipped herself over and had a hard time recovering. With the use of massage the horse improved leaps and bounds rather than one little lame step at a time. (The horse was seen by a vet first thing and cleared for massage, always consult your vet first!). After seeing the difference massage made in that horses life I decided that I wanted to be able to impact horses (and owner's) lives and I set out on my journey to become certified. Since then I have worked on numerous horses who have had long lasting, nearly immediate changes, including my own personal horses. I have personally seen the amazing effect massage has had on not only their performance but their overall mood and well being.  


I am based out of Louisville, KY but I do travel. I am a certified ESMT (Equine Sports Massage Therapist) through Equissage, Inc., Certified in ANMR for both large and small animals and a Certified Equine Craniosacral Therapist through Dr. Angelique Barbara. I am always doing continued education and learning new things to ensure I have lots of tools in my belt to use with your horses. I absolutely love what I do, and I love making a difference in horses lives!

Learn more about what services I offer on the Services page.

*Equine massage therapy, craniosacral therapy, and ANMR cannot be used to diagnose, treat, or prevent any illness. Injuries should be seen by a vet before beginning any alternative therapies. You may be referred to a vet at any time by our equine therapist as they see fit. Equine massage therapy can be used to help prevent injuries to soft tissue however. More about this can be found on our Benefits page.