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LANDMARK EQUINE ONLINE COURSE – HORSES IN MOTION
Castle Rock, CO ------ Horses in Motion is like no other course in existence. Learn equine biomechanics by understanding the living horse – how he functions in his environment given his physical, emotional, and cultural perspective. There’s so much to consider in taking optimal care of horses. This course covers a huge spectrum from complete debilitation to optimum health and performance.
Horses in Motion takes you through the entire equine musculoskeletal system from head to hind hoof while calling attention to how the horse moves for better or for worse. Every chapter contains case studies and photographs of horses that have taken the journey from suffering and pain, through repair and healing, to a return to vitality and healthy movement.
Another distinguishing feature of Horses in Motion is the inclusion of supportive acupressure and Traditional Chinese Medicine information. It offers equine acupressure, acupuncture, and bodywork practitioners a great resource for identifying functionality and participating in the rehabilitation process.
The authors of Horses in Motion are known for their many years of work as educators and authors in the equine health and rehabilitation field:
Barbara Chasteen has studied and taught equine anatomy, biomechanics, bodywork, and management for 25-plus years. Barbara writes for national international publications, is an anatomical illustrator, and an equine multi-model bodywork educator. She lives in Sonoma County, CA where she rides and rehabilitates horses.
Nancy Zidonis, Founder of Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute, has worked with horses for over 20 years, written eight animal acupressure texts, created a 300-hour practitioner certificate online and hands-on training program, and writes for national and international publications. Tallgrass acupressure courses and resource materials are available worldwide.
Horses in Motion may be purchased on the Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute website: http://www.animalacupressure.com The cost for this online course is $275.00. There are 12 chapters, approximately 150 pages, plus brief summary quizzes after each chapter. Equine schools are welcome to include this course in their curriculum, contact: Tallgrass@animalacupressure.com
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