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Healing For Horses On A Farm In Northwest Georgia

Stephanie Wilkins with horse
High Point Equine Bodywork
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Stephanie Wilkins with horse

As one door closes, another opens.

Stephanie Wilkins lives on a small farm Flintstone, Georgia - where she runs High Point Equine Bodywork, which provides healing for horses through what is known as The Masterson Method - bodywork that builds trust with the horse.

She started the business after the Center for Mindful Living here in Chattanooga - where she served as executive director - closed its doors due to the pandemic.

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