Horse therapy

Jeg jobber for at dyr og mennesker skal ha det godt, være friske og ha det bra i sammen.

Horse therapy:

I believe that all horses should feel comfortable and healthy in their bodies.

Whether it’s a trot horse, a jumper or a dressage horse, a working horse or a hobby horse … all of them can experience back pain at times and all of them deserve to have the appropriate help to be well again.

No matter what type of horse or the kinds of activities he or she is involved in, all horses are welcome.

For horses, I offer the following:

  • Bodily therapy:  massage, stretching, fascial loosening, laser therapy, chiropractic and craniosacral therapy.


  • Laser for problem areas, such as tendon injuries, scar treatment, etc.


  • Hoof trimming, both for general maintenance and for rehabilitation of hoof problems.


  • Laser acupuncture.


  • Natural therapies using homeopathic medicines, homotoxicology, herbs, essential oils and Bach’s flower remedies.


  • Animal communication.


  • Riding instruction; sit training.

In the beginning of 2009, after having worked as an animal communicator for several years, I experienced a long and icy winter.  My little fjord horse, Lykkemai, who was 1 ½ at the time, was sliding around like ”Bambi on ice” and something had to be done to help her.  Either shoes or boots with studs.  It ended up being boots, since I just couldn’t imagine shoeing those tiny little baby hooves of hers and wanted her to continue living her life as a barefoot horse.  Hoof trimmers did not exist in Telemark at that time, so I decided to roll up my sleeves and go back to school – to learn barefoot trimming with Dan Guerrera.

While traveling around to care for hooves, I started to notice how many horses suffer from back pain and decided that I wanted to do something about that as well …. Since then it’s been one education or course after the other.  Once you get the taste of it, it’s hard to stop! 

One of our horses, Snorri, came down with chronic bronchitis and, in the end, it was homeopathic medicines and herbs that helped him … so then I decided to study natural medicine. 

Bascially, I want to do all I can to help horses enjoy a better and more healthy life.


  • The horse should be clean and dry.
  • Let me know about any illnesses beforehand.
  • There can be a quarantine time of up to 4 days after treatment prior to starting in a competition.
  • Be sure that your horse has access to plenty of fresh water.
  • The horse should relax (no training) for the rest of the day and often 1-2 days after treatment.
  • The owner must be present and available while the horse is being treated. I often use owners as assistants!
  • I am not a veterinarian.  In the case of serious illness, a veterinarian should be contacted.

My education for horses:

  • Animal communicator
  • Hoof trimmer
  • Horse massage therapist with complementary education in laser therapy and chiropractic for horses and dogs
  • Centered riding instructor , level 1
  • Various courses in horsemanship, Bach's flower remedies, essential oils, herbs, first aid, acupuncture, among others.
  • Craniosacral therapy
  • Heipraktiker, therapist in nature medicine
  • Currently studying Straightness Training



Elisabeth Mølbach


Skiensvegen 485, 3830 Ulefoss


Tlf: +47 95749544