Gentle and pleasant – horses love the treatment
Increases mobility and agility
Tested and validated by the University of Copenhagen
Award-winning innovation; designed, developed and manufactured in Sweden, by Atlasbalans
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In early May, we visited Rolf Göran Bengtsson at Schloss Breitenburg northwest of Hamburg.
It was time for the sixth round of fascia wave treatment on 9-10 selected horses, including superstar Casall Ask and Olympic hope Unita.
He also took the time to take part in an interview
In December 2013 the Atlasbalans machine received the prestigious Good Design Award™ from The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design for best Med-Tech equipment in the US and the EU.
In november 2015 a collaboration started between Atlasbalans and elite show jumper Rolf Göran Bengtsson. Since then, Clarimo, Unita and Casall Ask have received monthly Deep Wave Treatments by an Atlasbalans professional therapist as well as more frequent preventive treatments by grooms.
Increased mobility, relaxation and flexibility has been a good way to prepare for the 2016 Olympics and the Global Champions Tour 2016.
Almost precisely one year after the collaboration started, Atlasbalans had the honor to participate in the GCT Doha finals where Rolf and Casall Ask gave an outstanding performance, which you can revisit in the video here.
What is Fascia?
New research shows that Fascia plays a vital part in the way our body functions. This network of connective tissue has long been neglected, as surgeons and anatomists have seen it as something “that merely is there”.
In the 70’s, researchers started to study the function of this tissue and a new field of anatomy studies arose, but it wasn’t until 2007 that this research was compiled at the first international Fascia Research Congress.
A 2013 German documentary by Quarks & Co digs deeper into this field and gives a great introduction to Fascia.