About Katherine

Katherine Curran, Equi-Bow Practioner

Welcome to Soft Hands Equine Support

I’ve been around horses all my life.  I have always had a passion for horses.  I love working with them and navigating through all the different personalities they each have.   I was 19 when we bought a mini named Jessie, when she old enough I taught her how to pull a cart.  We had a her for 19 years.  When I was young I rode the family horse, Smokey, and when I was old enough I started riding lessons with Margie Brown at Myrrdin Equestrian Centre. I was a working student for many years. It was there that a great work ethic was instilled in me. Since then I have managed a few farms and continued learning about these magnificent animals and how to care for them. Also worked for a trail riding facility for a couple of years as the lead rider, I enjoy riding outside.  Wanting to continue my education, I took a part-time Equine Studies course at Humber College then a year long certificate program at Sheridan College in Animal Care graduating with honours. Upon completing my Sheridan program I went on to study Equi-Bow, and became a Certified Equi-Bow Practitioner.

I started Soft Hands Equine Support, S.H.E.S, because I know that horses benefit from hands on therapy. I use the Equi-Bow technique to promote better posture, movement and relaxation. Equi-Bow is a non-invasive approach that stimulates the entire body of the horse. Aiding in the release of tension/tightness as well as promoting better circulation.

Ready to give your horse the love and care they deserve, with a little help from Soft Hands Equine Support?

Soft Hands Equine Support

Offering Equi-Bow Therapy in Halton Hills, Rockwood, Erin, Hillsburg, Acton and Caledon.