Kirsten Gray - Certified PEMF Practitioner  


Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) is said to allow the body to achieve a natural state of wellness. MagnaWave machines have a unique electrical current that runs through a copper coil that creates a pulsing magnetic field. These are known as PEMFs. Research about PEMF has been ongoing since the 1940s. Scientists have published thousands of studies, clinical trials and research articles on the topic.

Using PEMF is said to stimulate cell metabolism, increase oxygenation, and reduce inflammation. This action can cause a chain of processes in the body that could lead to improvement of health without adverse side effects.

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Free moving, separated blood cells, non-adhering to improve toxin relase and nutrient absorption via cell membrane.

Apologies for the photo quality, but I took these from a video.


Blood Cells before and after PEMF Treatment

There have to be perks to being my own horse: Here is Gio enjoying a PEMF session


Clustered, non-moving bloodcells with limited membrane surface for Toxin release and nutrient absorption.

My strong interest in wellness and biomechanics led me down the path to becoming a PEMF Practitioner for humans, horses and pets, but through my training I realized, how much more than just movement can be positively affected thru PEMF treatment! Currently I am treating client horses on-site (including trailer-ins), servicing Sonnenhof Equestrian Center and Seveth Heaven Stables.  I am happy to answer any questions around PEMF and discuss a treatment plan for your horse (and/or yourself). 

Cost per treatment: $85