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My name is Kirstie and I have been professionally qualified since 1999, I currently offer a wide range of therapeutic treatments: Acupressure, Aromatherapy, Bach Flower Remedies, Equine Sports Massage, Indian Head Massage, Hot Stone Therapy, Pregnancy massage with Shiatsu techniques, Reiki Master, Reiki for Animals, Remedial (Deep tissue) Massage, Swedish massage and The Metamorphic Technique.

Over the last 12 years my career includes managing my own holistic therapy studio; mobile corporate massage including Halifax plc; working with riders and horses at international equestrian competitions.

Currently I work part time as a Holistic Massage Therapist and help rehabilitate rescue horses for a local sanctuary.

Ok a little bit about the horses

Horses aren’t polite they are reactionary if they are in pain they will bite, kick… well you get the idea… I have learnt more about muscles than any text book can give me; but that is down to experience. When you provide a person with that much needed nights sleep… it all comes back to this: ‘Therapy through touch’ so true.

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A horrifying look into E6 Cattle Co. in Hart, Texas.

Click HERE  to sign petition to prosecute abuse at E6 Cattle Ranch Co in Texas.



Video of the brutal treatment these calves endure:




  • Target: Castro County Sheriff, Salvadore Rivera & Castro County District Attorney, James Horton
  • Sponsored by: Megan Drake, Care2 Blogger

Being called the worst abuse at a factory farm yet discovered, Mercy For Animals (MFA) shot an undercover video of cruelty at the E6 Cattle Ranch in Hart, Texas during a two week period in March, 2011.

MFA documented the following abuses:

Workers bludgeoning calves in their skulls with pickaxes and hammers — often involving 5 to 6 blows, sometimes more — before rendering the animals unconscious

Beaten calves, still alive and conscious, thrown onto dead piles

Workers kicking downed calves in the head, and standing on their necks and ribs

Calves confined to squalid hutches, thick with manure and urine buildup, and barely large enough for the calves to turn around or fully extend their legs

Gruesome injuries and afflictions, including open sores, swollen joints and severed hooves

Ill, injured and dying calves denied medical care

The budding horns of calves burned out their skulls without painkillers.


Workers at the E6 Cattle Company took hammers, pickaxes and bashed the skulls of calves. They dragged the calves by their ears, stood on their necks and dropped down onto them. They burn their horns off their heads without any pain meds what so ever. Calves are kept in crates that are so tiny and filled with urine and feces. The calves that are sick and injured are just left to suffer until they die. One worker was caught on tape referencing to the sick calves saying "We don`t treat those calves. No medicine, no nothing".

Sen. Jim Norman a Republican in Florida wants to make taking of photos or videos on a farm without the owners consent a felony. It is these type of undercover videos that uncovers these types of abuses. I guess he believes in blaming the messenger!

Now states that largely depend on agriculture like Iowa, Indiana, Missouri and Nebraska want to follow Sen. Jim Norman and also create a law to make photography in a factory farm a first degree felony.

Americans deserve to know how our animals are raised, my God this is the food we put in our bodies, in our children's bodies, why should it be a secret? 

What is even more shocking is that there is no governmental agency responsible to look over these factory farms so there is no supervision to these places. I thought maybe the USDA had responsibility in farm factories but they do not. There is no one to stop these place from abusing these animals. 

Click HERE  to sign petition to prosecute abuse at E6 Cattle Ranch Co in Texas.



Help Save the Endangered Species Act

Last week, minutes after Bush moved to cripple the Endangered Species Act through new rules that would drive species extinct, the Center for Biological Diversity filed suit in San Francisco federal court to strike down the regulations. Along with our allies, we asked the court to protect endangered plants and animals by nullifying Bush's policies as quickly as possible.

Here's what the new rules will do, if they're allowed to stand: exempt greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants, oil and gas drilling, and other harmful developments from the Endangered Species Act. Having just listed the polar bear and two Florida corals as endangered species due to global warming in response to Center lawsuits, the Bush administration is trying to handcuff federal regulators and the law by preventing actions needed to save these and other endangered species.

The new rules would also exempt tens of thousands of logging, mining, road building and development projects from Endangered Species Act review. The Bush policy knocks independent scientific review out of the process and lets the agencies that want to log and mine police themselves. In its typical denial and abuse routine, the Bush administration ignored the fact that this policy has already been tried and failed. In timber sales exempted from scientific review between 2004 and 2005, a full 68 percent violated the Endangered Species Act, harming spotted owls, salmon, and other species.


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Please help protect endangered animals from the Bush/Cheney Administration’s attack

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 Stop the Bush/Cheney Assault on Endangered Species

For more than 30 years, the Endangered Species Act has protected wildlife at risk of extinction. Now the Bush/Cheney Administration wants to make some serious changes to this landmark law — changes that would eliminate vital checks and balances that are crucial to protect our wolves, polar bears and other imperiled wildlife.

Speak out now for polar bears, wolves and the nearly 1,400 species currently protected under the Endangered Species Act! Fill out the form below to urge your U.S. Representative and Senators to do whatever they can to stop this eleventh-hour assault on protections for our endangered wildlife.

Ask China to keep its tiger trade ban in place

Fewer than 5,000 tigers remain in the wild. In the last 50 years alone, three sub-species of tigers have gone extinct in Asia.

China banned the domestic trade in tiger parts in 1993. But in an attempt to reopen this trade, large scale tiger farms in China are breeding tigers at a frightening rate to produce tiger products for commercial trade such as tiger bone wine, misleadingly promoted as traditional medicine.

Ask China to keep its tiger trade ban in place. Your views will be personally conveyed to China's leaders.

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