Working with the Equine Spine | June 9-10, 2018 | Carbondale, CO | 2-Day Workshop
Windwalkers Therapeutic Riding and Learning Center, Carbondale, Colorado
Why work with the equine spine? The spine is the framework upon which all limbs, ligaments, muscle and fascia hang. We connect spine-to-spine with the horse when we ride. Bone is the most dense and oldest of body tissue. Bring relief to the spine and the rest of the body will change.
This class is for the owner & horse professional who seeks some tools for maintaining their own horses’ health and/or sustainable ways to assist in the healing of horses. Equine Body Balance balances the horse’s systems and allows for better overall functionality.
Equine Body Balance™ is non-force, based on the finding that the body will shift toward greater health and functionality if “met” where it is. This bodywork modality is deeply effective in engaging the body’s innate self-corrective response. It is Informed by Equine Ortho-Bionomy™ and Equine Positional Release.™
Class Content: This material is not a substitute for veterinary care.
- Assessment: Observing the horse, its gait, movement patterns, and gestures.
- Feeling tissue differences: Sinewy, swollen, tissue with bounce-back, hard.
- Techniques: Attention to spinal articulation, lifting legs in position of comfort, addressing trigger points & more.
- Responses: Observing the horse’s reflexive action and other responses to techniques.
Where: Windwalkers Therapeutic Riding and Learning Center, 1030 County Road 102, Carbondale, Colorado
Facility includes indoor arena and outdoor areas. http://www.windwalkerstrc.org/
Cost: $375 Early Bird (May 9, 2018), $400 thereafter.
When: Saturday & Sunday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. June 9-10, 2018
Limited enrollment. Trailer-ins by pre-arrangement.
Contact: Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Margaret Hjerlied email@example.com