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the very best ‘all in’ package terms for students with myself presenting
May 22-May 24 2018 Level 2
Hosted by Lisa Bruin, Venue: Wings Farm, Rands Drove, Marshland St. James, WisbechCambridgeshire, PE14 8HA, UK.
April Battles Holistic Horseworks Level 3 (2 - day workshop) in Belgium:
28th and 29th June 2018
Hosted and translated by Emilie Prudhomme
Presented by Jean Whitebread
Venue: Ecurie de la Picaute
Chaussée de Huy 383, 1325 Chaumont-Gistoux
600 euros per student
called Ways to assess and help horses with Equine CranioSacral Therapy (ECS):
This ‘hands on’ workshop is for everyone with an interest in helping horses.
A further details pdf about this workshop, and a 'not to be missed' podcast about
(ECS) follow the end of this message.
2 separate 1-day workshops now arranged:
Ways to assess and help horses with Equine CranioSacral Therapy
27th May 2018
8th July 2018
Hosted by Brenda Pullen. Venue LS18 5DJ Leeds area
£90 per student
In response to many requests for a further optional 'follow on' day
to this workshop has now been added;
Adobe Acrobat document [138.0 KB]
Here is a 'not to be missed' Podcast about how Equine CranioSacral Therapy could help your horse ...
Please be patient for just under a minute to allow advert and intro to run.
Equine CranioSacral Therapy
Maureen Rogers of Equine CranioSacral Workshops talks to Amy Stevenson of HorseHour,
the No.1 UK Equestrian Podcast, about Equine CranioSacral Therapy (ECS) and how it has revolutionised horse injury, repair, and recovery.
Craniosacral therapy was originally developed by osteopaths for people. In the late 1990’s US-based Maureen Rogers started developing the technique for use on horses and other animals and has continued to teach and educate these techniques across the globe.
Maureen gives great tips on signs to look out for with your horse, and how to assess them:
Just click on the Podcast link to the left and you will be able to listen.
With thanks to Maureen, Amy, and HorseHour - excellent work!