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equine performance and wellbeing

Jenkins Neurophysiologic Therapy identifies and releases subclinical fascial (connective tissue) distortions, which:

  • prevent the ridden horse from performing to its true ability;

  • stop foals and young horses from growing well and thriving;

  • make the starting under-saddle process and initial training much more difficult.


Most soft tissue injuries do not make the horse lame  - instead the ridden horse:


  • becomes unwilling in its work;

  • changes behaviour;

  • shows some unevenness; 

  • is just “not right”.

Appointments for body work therapy, saddle-fit and assessment sessions are available in the following areas of New South Wales:

  • Nowra & NSW South Coast

  • Canberra (and surrounding areas)

  • Goulburn

  • Southern Highlands

  • Yass

​Other areas will be considered upon request.

Elka Fischer of Equine Performance & Wellbeing is one of few Practitioners who offers Jenkins Neurophysiologic Therapy (JENT) as well as Equine Photonic Red Light Therapy, Equine Myofascial Release, Equine Massage and Saddle-Fit Asssessment.

Equine Body Work and JENT Therapist

Our Mission​

To help all horses perform to the best of their ability, whatever the discipline, and to improve all horses' health and general wellbeing.

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St Emilion (right) on his way to winning over 2100 m in Orange, NSW (2014). Photo courtesy of Central Western Daily.

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