Individual Caprine or Goat Massage Therapy

Sara Berry, CESMT

A full Caprine or Goat Massage Therapy Session usually lasts for 1 hour

        Primary Benefits:

  • Enhances muscle tone
  • Enhances range of motion
  • Reduces inflammation and swelling
  • Alleviates pain
  • Promotes the healing process
  • Increasing the flow of nutrients 
  • Reduces toxicity
  • Releasing tension...relaxing muscles
  • Stimulates circulation
  • Releases endorphins
  • Helps to maintain optimum condition



Caprine or Goat Massage Session



Travel Fee (if applicable):



What to Expect (or: Notes from Sara):

BOOKING TREATMENTS: I will come to where your animal is and work on-site.  I am based in Boerne, Texas but I do travel, especially for groups, so contact me to see if I can come to your area.  Please try to give me 3 days notice and I will respond to you within 24 hours wherever possible.

INDIVIDUAL CAPRINE OR GOAT MASSAGE THERAPY:  My initial visit will focus on an evaluation of your goat to see what will best fit his or her needs. While all bodywork is beneficial, for long-term benefits I may recommend a program be determined after my initial intake assessment and session.  The first time your goat might be a little nervous and will certainly be curious, but they are very good at telling us what hurts and what feels good.  I like the owner to be at the first session to help hold the goat - it allows for freer movement than being tied.

NOTE: There are no guarantees of improvements in behavior or health, and massage is not a substitute for proper medical or veterinary care.