Experience (build, associate, palpate), store (your brain makes notes) and then the big ticket; recall.
This course is open to everyone, not just Equinology graduates! It is the missing link to your anatomy studies. The class is targeted towards bodyworkers, other equine health professionals, trainers, and owners. You will build the muscles from the inside out and palpate or map what you have built daily on the actual horse.
The NZ course is already full but we have another for South Australia November 13-19, 2023.
Carly Hannaford, EEBW, NKT, is your South Australia representative. She can be reached by writing [email protected] or by calling 0401333821 10am – 4:30pm M-F. Please allow up to 48 hours for reply.
Join me; this is my favorite course to deliver! I love seeing the lightbulbs go on!
Due to the high cost of shipping the course supplies and equipment we are limited on our offerings. If the course sounds like something you will like to participate in, hop a plane, train or automobile and join us! The NZ course is just about full, so if you are interested in that one, register now to secure your place.
Tuition Includes: the workbook, class supplies, and use of the model and tools during the course. (2625AUD). If you decide you would like a model to take home after class, they are $1200USD. You can call the office with your cc information +1.707.377.4313. We usually have someone by the phone from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm PT. You can also email us at [email protected] if you have further questions.
Required Text: Either your EEBW Course Manual 2015 or later or the new text: Anatomy of Equine Bodywork. The hardbound text is available at the course for a reduced rate of $99USD or prior to the course via www.equiinkpublications.com. Once you register refer to your confirmation letter for details to utilize the promo code if ordering before class. https://www.xe.com/ provides real time currency exchange rates.
“You can look at pictures all day, you can look at photos, but nothing will cement your understanding of origin, insertion, and function like building the muscles on a 3D model. There is something about making them and attaching them to the skeleton that really deepens your grasp of anatomy. Working with the clay is so much fun! It’s like being a kid again, but you get to keep your adult brain and learn something really important. We laughed … a lot. You don’t need to be an artist, or have any sculpting skills. All you need is curiosity and a desire for a fuller understanding of the equine body.” — Tracy Kerby
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Dibden Equestrian Park, 782 Onkaparinga Valley Road,Oakbank,SA,Australia, Adelaide