Hi! I’m Jenilee Roesch.
I have loved animals my entire life. Growing up I spent most of my time researching animals, watching National Geographic, and having conversations with my stuffed animals. Animals provide me with a sense of peace, fill my heart with joy, and even on the worst day can put a smile on my face. It was only a matter of time before I was drawn to a modality that would allow me to spend more time with animals and also be able to help them.
“Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray.” – Rumi
In 2014 I got the inspiration to look up acupressure for horses. I didn’t know such a thing existed! The more I read about it the more excited I got. And so my journey began. I enrolled at Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute and after a year of intensive courses and hands on training I was certified as an Equine Acupressure Practitioner.
Then an article about the benefits of massage for performance horses popped up on my Facebook feed. I went on to study with Northwest School of Animal Massage and was certified as an Equine Massage Practitioner in both Maintenance and Performance Massage.
I took the National Certification Exam with NBCAAM for both Equine Massage and Equine Acupressure and am currently the only practitioner in Texas that is Nationally Certified in both.
I'm also certified as an Equine Kinesiology Tape Practitioner through Dr. Angelique Barbara’s Holistic Seminars.
I love learning new modalities and am currently studying Masterson Method Equine Massage. I have taken the Weekend Seminar, the Advanced 5 Day Course, and am currently enrolled in the Field Work Program as I make my way to becoming a Certified Practitioner.
What I Believe In…
No love is more pure, innocent, or beautiful than that of an animal’s
Animals give us far more than we could ever give them in return
The animals in our lives are a true reflection of who we are
Animals have amazing lessons to teach us if we are willing to learn
I was born in Canada. I currently live in Tomball Texas. There isn’t much I wouldn’t do for a bag of Lay’s Dill Pickle chips. I have never dyed my hair. I make my own almond milk and am obsessed with kale. I love playing video games, watching trashy reality TV shows, cheering for Tom Brady on Sundays (even after deflate-gate), going fishing, taking afternoon naps, and of course any moment that I can spend with my beagle (Barkley), my QH mare (Star), and my leased WB/TB mare (Zoey).
I’m looking forward to working with you and your horse. Click on the button below to learn more about the sessions that I offer and how they can help take your horse to the next level.