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Lazaris Nerve
Release Technique™


Lazaris Nerve Release Technique ™ is a proprietary training created by Celeste Lazaris centered around releasing nerve compressions within the horse with a specific focus on the brachial plexus and lumbosacral plexus.

Common Symptoms Alleviated:
Head Shaking Syndrome
Lack of Locking Carpal Joints (Becoming Over at the Knee)
Locking Stifle
Undiagnosed Lameness
Thoracic Sling Dysfunction

Topline Syndrome
Dangerous Behaviors
Spooky Behavior
Chronic Anxiety

Search the directory of Nerve Release Practitioners below to find support in your area! Distance Sessions available here.
United States

Alexandra Liss Baigas

Dalton, Georgia

Lifelong ride and USHJA Certified Trainer. Alexandra ran a holistic boarding, training, lessons, and showing business for 10 years and specialized in re-schooling horses. In 2021, she became certified in PEMF and completed the Lazaris Nerve Release Training in Fall of 2022. 

Travels to GA (Northwest to Atlanta), Alabama (Northeast), Tennessee (Southeast)


Kym Ferguson

Monroe, North Carolina

Hunter, jumper and equitation trainer/rider for the past 20 years. Specializes in strengthening sport horses through training and adding relevant exercises to keep them looking their best in the arena.

Available for travel within a couple hours of the Charlotte, NC area.


Chloe Lansing

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Chloe has been an equine bodyworker since 2017, integrating a variety of modalities in sessions including myofascial release, craniosacral, sports massage, nerve impingement release, MagnaWave (PEMF) & cold laser.


Travels up to 2 hours away for groups within Iowa. Haul-in appointments available in Mount Vernon, IA. Travels to West Palm Beach and Port Saint Lucie, FL.  as well as Chicago, IL.


Heather Reinhart

Tigard, Oregon

Impassioned and fulfilled by helping our equine partners, Heather became a certified equine body worker by the Equine Natural Movement School in 2017 and since continuously looks for healing modalities. 

Working within 1 hour of Tigard, Oregon. Outside of one hour will require 4-5 appointments at the same location.


Hannah Christian Post

North Georgia

Hannah uses modalities such as myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF), and Lazaris Technique Nerve Release.  

Inquire for travel availability.


Meg Eades

Athens, Georgia

Meg has 35 years of professional experience with horses in multiple disciplines, with a common theme of improving connection and communication. Level one training in Masterson and Equine Structural Integration.

Available to travel anywhere to offer nerve release sessions in general area. Number of sessions required varies depending on distance and lodging.


Sue Lomenzo

Jonesborough, Tennesse


Sue combines craniosacral therapy, BTMM/nerve release, myofascial release, Masterson Equine massage and reiki. Beyond traditional equine massage, her work provides deeper way of tuning into the source of issues to help the horse release tension, trauma, and rebalance and realign.

Service area includes eastern Tennessee, western North Carolina, upstate South Carolina, Southern Virginia, and occasionally Charlotte, NC.


Robin E. Smith, DVM
Charlotte, North Carolina

"Dr. Robin", as she is affectionately called owns and operates her Equine practice, Yellowhorse Mobile Veterinary Service. She can approach a problem from the veterinary (science) side but equally as a "horsewoman." She feels strongly that physical dysfunction often has much deeper roots when you start peeling back the layers.

Available to tag-team with fellow Nerve Release practitioners in the North Carolina area.

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Jamie Lyn Robbins

Benton City, Washington

ICU Registered Nurse, PEMF Pulse Centers Human and Equine Certified, also canines, swine, and cattle. Certified Double J Saddlery Saddle Fitter. 30+ years in Dressage/Show Jumping/Hunters/ Eventing and 5 years Barrel Racing. Extensive experience handling foals, OTTB/QH, and Stallions.

Available for travel throughout the PNW.


Will Friday

Topanga, California

Will Friday is a Masterson Method Certified Practitioner and Instructor, a Legacy Equine Nutrition Advisor and trained in Balance Through Movement Method Nerve Release. Will works with horse owners and trainers to help horses of all breeds, disciplines and backgrounds improve comfortable rage of motion and performance.

Available for travel throughout Southern California.

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Frances Carbonnel

Castle Rock, Colorado

Frances has been teaching biomechanically correct riding to optimize equine performance potential for 40 years. She is a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medalist as well as one of the founders of Western Dressage of America. She came to BTMM for answers to elusive soundness and training issues no one else had insight into.

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Karen Laidley, DVM

Central Oregon

Karen is a Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine graduate and an avid dressage and 3-day eventing competitor. She utilizes farrier and saddle-fitting knowledge in combination with riding skills, veterinary training and experiences to evaluate horses in a unique and holistic way. She surrounds herself with a diverse team of experts to collaboratively problem-solve and create lasting solutions for equine partners and their people, all in a positive and constructive environment.

Available for travel in and around Central Oregon.

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Marci Voorhees

Salem, Oregon

Marci focuses on releasing imbalanced emotions and tension patterns to help horses feel better in their bodies. She is a graduate of Northwest School of Animal Massage in equine acupressure based in Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts. She uses a unique combination of modalities including acupressure, myofascial release, Lazarus nerve release technique, emotional release via the meridian system and Reiki.

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Shelly Callaghan

Bend, Oregon

Shelly is a second generation horseman with 45 years of experience including eventing, dressage, show jumping, western pleasure and trail. Listening to horses and being curious has led me to 25 years in high performance barefoot trimming, MS in Traditional Chinese Medicine, certified Magnawave practitioner, and Balance Through Movement Method Lazarus nerve release.


Available for travel.


April Wilson

Redmond, Oregon

April is a lifelong horse enthusiast, owner, and rider. She has dedicated 35 years to the veterinary field as a certified veterinary technician working with a variety of species, included horses.
Her focus is now on equine bodywork with certifications in Equine Massage and Acupressure through NWSAM and the Lazaris Nerve Release Technique. Her goal with each session is to ease equine discomfort through the release of muscle tension, opening a pathway to a settled mind
and improved quality of life.


Lisa Byers

Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

Lisa is an equine body worker (2016), with 50 + years horse experience. Specializing in Equi-Bow, BTTM Nerve Release, CranioSacral, and several other modalities. Incorporates in-hand groundwork to support correct posture in movement. Open to travel session requests.


Nicole Laframboise

Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada

Specializes in Nerve Release, Trigger point Myotherapy, Craniosacral.


Willing to travel, and also travel distances within BC, Alberta and further with planning.


Yasmin Stuart

United Kingdom

Yasmin is an Equine Physiotherapist and Lazaris Nerve Release Practitioner based in the UK. She is particularly passionate about the relationship between manual therapy and movement therapy to help rehabilitate from compensatory injuries such as kissing spines and sacroiliac disease.

Willing to travel throughout the UK. Requires a minimum of 5 horses to see if traveling more than 1.5 hours from Suffolk.


Interested in becoming certified in Lazaris Nerve Release Technique™?

The Online Nerve Release Course is coming Fall 2023!

This comprehensive course will teach you both manual techniques and in-hand exercises to help the horse find immediate relief for nerve compression as well as extensive education around causes and preventions.

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