Everyone involved with horses will benefit from the information presented in this program. This 5-Day program has value for amateur owners as well as professionals in the horse business. After taking this course, you will never look at a horse the same way again!
Muscular pain is the #1 cause of most equine behavior and performance problems. Yet, most people don’t even realize it when their horse has a muscular problem, and have no idea what to do about it!
Equine Sports Massage resolves many muscular problems. Equine Sports Massage improves performance, increases flexibility, increases range of motion and helps resolve behavior problems.
The basic equine anatomy, kinesiology and palpation skills that students learn in this class give them insight into how their horse is feeling in it’s body. This knowledge generally blows the back doors off most people. This knowledge is priceless in that it lets one measure how well their horse is responding to their training program and empowers them to modify and fine tune their program to build the best equine athlete.
In this course, students learn functional anatomy and how the horse is designed to move. Students learn how many training practices and types of equipment prevent the horse from moving naturally and contribute to the creation of muscular and behavioral problems. Students learn how to evaluate whether a horse’s muscles are healthy or painful. Students learn how to use equine massage techniques to relieve painful muscles. Students learn a new way to communicate directly with the horse via touch and the medium of horse massage.
This course empowers students with new information and skills that enable them to achieve maximum success, performance and personal fulfillment with their horses. The information presented in this course is not common knowledge in the equine industry. A lot of horses never get to reach their full potential because this aspect of their management is overlooked.
The course is a first step for individuals pursuing careers in the equine industry as Equine Sports Massage Therapists or Equine Bodyworkers.
If you are a horse trainer, this information can save you time and money.
This course is also well attended by people enrolled in Animal Science and Equine Vet Tech training programs. We also have had the privilege to share this information with veterinarians and top trainers of all equine disciplines.