NE INDIANA EQUINE SPORTS MASSAGE & REHAB FACILITY is located in Decatur, Indiana.  Owned and operated by Nate & Connie Bultemeier, began their equine business in 2003, rescuing and rehabbing horses.  In 2011 we expanded our business to offer Equine Sports Massage Therapy Certification classes, and in 2014 we added the Home Study Courses.  In 2015, The University of Findlay offered Connie the opportunity to teach her Equine Massage class to students.  With great success, we have grown tremendously over the last few years, and now "Connie Bultemeier is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider."


On behalf of Ne Indiana Equine Sports Massage & Rehab Facility we would like to thank you for your continued support!



You can contact the office; Monday- Friday 9am- 5pm

Office: 260-547-0041

Email: neindianaequinemassage@yahoo.com

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Connie J. Bultemeier


Connie Bultemeier is the CEO and head instructor of Ne Indiana Equine Sports Massage & Rehab Facility, LLC.  She is certified in both Equine & Human massage, as well as several other equine related therapies, and continues her education to expand her equine knowledge and training.

In 2011, Connie and her husband Nate, opened up their facility in Decatur, Indiana, and began teaching Equine Massage certification courses.  Over the past several years, Connie has expanded into teaching other Equine certification courses including: Raindrop Therapy, Thermal Body Imaging & Muscle Taping.

Connie is an Approved Provider for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Body work (NCBTMB), and teaches classes at their farm in Decatur, The University of Findlay, and several other locations across the US.

During her free time, Connie enjoys trail riding, showing in Ranch classes, working on horses, and spending time with her family.

To find out more information on the certifications we offer, please feel free to visit our website or call the office.

Office: 260-547-0041

Website: www.indianaequinemassage.com

This is why I love what I do!  Helping people understand their horses! 


Hi, I am a Healthcare Professional and was very skeptical of "Equine Therapeutic Massage"... My veterinarian was also very vague as to the long term effects of this therapy..With all that having been said, I had a horse who was mismanaged at a local boarding facility, and caused to colic, and subsequently became "cold backed", (I believe also in r/t the colic episode as well)  It was also determined that the saddle being used was ill fitting.. Before considering expensive red light therapy,and after several unsuccessful vet chiropractic releases,and continuing isymptoms after ulcer treatment,and minimal behavior modification with Clinton Anderson technques, I decided to call Connie B and have her evaluate him.  His symptoms pretty much mirrored all of the symptoms listed on her brochure.  After working with Dasher for a month (and a couple of weeks), he is now fully rideable!  I rode him for the first time in 6 months and he is definitely on the way to being himself 100%!! No more bucking, very little "swishing', and can be saddled without ear pinning and barring of teeth!  He has had a horrible past year but is on the way to full recovery thanks to Connie and her wonderful "magic" hands!! Thank you also for providing the education of others inerested in this therapy.  We are very happy to recommend your services to anyone seeking treatment, relaxation, or rehabilitation of their beloved horses!  We love you Connie!  Thank you from Deb- RN, Carly (rider/handler), and  17 y/o Arabian horse, Dasher


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