All Equine Body Balance and Horses at Liberty Foundation Training events are provided with various payment opportunities.
For out of town events, all payments are non-refundable after three weeks before a scheduled event date. For out of town events, Early Bird rates will apply up to three weeks before the scheduled event. After that the Full rate applies.
Most local events will have an Early Bird option up until two weeks before an event. After that the Full rate applies. All payments are non-refundable. For all local events, if for some reason the event is canceled, you will be issued a full refund.
Working with the Equine Spine | 2-Day Workshop | May 12-13, 2018 | Brooklyn, Wisconsin
Equine Body Balance balances the horse’s systems and allows for better functionality. It allows people to be more proactive in their horse’s health care by learning how to observe a horse’s condition, and hands-on techniques to address injury, restriction and improve overall movement, health and soundness.
$400.00Add to cart
Navigating Equine Body Points | 2-Day Workshop, April 28-29, 2018 | Canby, OregonIn the wild, horses possess an inner knowledge of how to balance themselves and what foods to eat. Their social network also provides some healing and protection. Horses will identify painful points in each other. We can identify these points for the domestic horse, treating her/him holistically and uniquely.Class is focused on Equine Body Balance point work — adapted for the equine.Studying the Chapman’s Points helps students refine their palpation skills, by identifying where there may be a point that needs attention.Learn assessment through observation, further your palpation skills, take home sustainable Equine Body Balance techniques, and encourage movement from within to without. Learn to prioritize when bodywork, follow-up and other intervention is needed on an individual basis.
Equine Liberty from the Heart | 2-Day Workshop | March 3-4, 2018 | DeLand, Florida
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Equine Liberty From the Heart | 1-Day | April 27, 2018 | Canby, Oregon
Liberty Foundations are beautiful ways of entering into a heart-felt relationship with your horse.
In a recent study conducted by the HeartMath Institute, Ellen Kay Gehrke, Ph.D. found that horses would reflect the heart rate variability of humans, so that tells me that how we feel in ourselves is really important to doing any type of work with horses.
By understanding herd behavior and what the horse wants you to know, we can further our understanding and our relationships with our horses.
Equine Body Balance: Pony Bones — A Look at Skeletal Anatomy | Santa Fe, NM | January 28, 2018
Over the winter months, I will be offering some study groups that will involve equine anatomy. The opportunity to work with real bones with an Equine Body Balance perspective gives us an insight into the inner workings of the skeleton.
Saturday, January 27th, 9 a.m. – noon. Location TBA.
Bodywork for Equines | 1-Day Workshop | March 2, 2018 | Deland, Florida
One-day Equine Body Balance workshop focusing on common challenges for horses, i.e. stiffness, locomotion, soft tissue & structural pain. No prerequisites.
Class will address inefficiency in movement, resistance to common requests such as girthing, gait change, lameness, anxiety, etc. How can we bring greater mobility and efficiency to the horse with sustainable bodywork? What can we change and what will remain the same?
$200.00Add to cart