Galaxy Equine
Wellness and Magnawave Therapy

Serving the Pittstown, NJ Area and Wellington, Florida

Call/ Text: 908.797.6120

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Pricing & Packages

Achieving Maximum Results

Knowledge, training, and a commitment to treating each horse as an individual.

Magnawave machines are not intended to be a "one-size-fits-all" experience and neither are our therapy sessions. With latest technology and highly trained technicians, Galaxy Equine Wellness offers the most effective PEMF treatments possible.




We start our first sessions by recording the horse's history and establishing a baseline with short static and dynamic evaluations while the owner or trainer are present.

The first sessions are typically 1.5-2 hours long since we take our time ensuring that the horse is comfortable and confident with the equipment. ​By working at a lower intensity for longer intervals we develop a feel for your horse's subtle cues since every horse has different sensitivities.




While you will see a difference in your horse after the first session, typically the horse becomes more comfortable in subsequent sessions and we are able to work more deeply or target specific areas to create lasting changes.


Farm Special

$160 per horse

1 Full Body Session + 1 Follow Session


This discount offered for 4 or more new clients at the same farm on the same day.

4 Session


$80 per session

$320 Total

10 Session Package

$75 per session

$750 Total

Custom Package/ Injury Care

A tailor-made package to meet your horse's needs. Contact Rachel to customize your package>>

Selecting a PEMF Therapist

There is more to selecting a  Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) therapist than just applying the modality beneficially.


By the time the Magna Wave Machine is introduced to your horse, Rachel has a complete understanding of the trainer and owner’s concerns, as well as, the horse’s personality, sensitivities, history, routine and job expectations. Issues that were not outwardly apparent may reveal themselves and you can typically expect to see your horse relaxing, stretching, clearing, and often giving big releases.  Licking, chewing, and yawning are all signs that your horse is releasing both emotional and physical tension. While this type of release is very important I am also looking to create changes in the tissue itself.  


Often an immediate difference in your horse’s physical appearance and movement following bodywork can be noted after just one session.  Movement after a session may be beneficial to help your horse integrate the changes made during the work. I often suggest that they get turned out or lunged lightly to stretch and move their body. When riding and working with the horse following sessions it is important to keep in mind that changes are occurring and care must be taken to not overdo it. They often feel softer, supple, willing, more balanced, moving freely and forward. Things that were a struggle may come more easily.  Horses that are on a regular program can be ridden but it is best to keep work light and stretchy. 


The rider and trainer are encouraged to view each ride as a way to train towards evenness and proper balance to ultimately help build correct muscling and improve your horse’s overall comfort and performance.