Just a really wonderful clinic today, Amy. A perfect blend of theory and hands-on work. My knowledge and confidence has been hugely improved.....and my ponies will thank you, too. I'm just about to revise my excellent folder information (I think I have to thank Scott for helping with the final product). The clinic was EXACTLY what I wanted. I could go on....but that says it all. Fabulous. Thank you
Sue Harris, Aldergrove April 2012
This year I am running a series of clinics in the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island. These will be 1 DAY CLINICS aiming to teach you to help your horse. I will take a maximum of 7 people per clinic so book early to avoid disappointment. I will however be adding more days throughout the summer.
They will run from 8:30am till 4:30pm with breaks for coffee and lunch.
They will cover:
- Movement and Anatomy and what to look for
- Common Injuries and how to treat them
- Key Areas of Weakness on your horse
- Homeopathic Treatments
- Hands on Training and Theory
- Therapeutic Techniques
At the end of the clinic you will go home understanding how and why your horse is sore, how to treat them, when to call me and when to call a vet, farrier etc.
You can bring your own horse to the clinic though if you don't have a horse you can still come along!
The cost of a clinic is $95 inc tax and 50% deposit is due on sign up. (Due to the distance needed for travel the Fort St John clinics are $125 inc tax)
Clinics are also open to auditors for $25, please be there for 8am for registration.
Or you can mail me a cheque made out to:
19955 18th Ave
Venues and Dates
Saturday April 28th at Silverstar Stables NOW FULL
Saturday May 5th at Silverstar Stables NOW FULL
Saturday June 9th at 20264, 3rd Ave, Langley
Saturday June 16th at Four Horse Healing
Saturday 14th to Monday 16th July in Rose Prairie (Fort St John)
more dates will be added
Silver Star Stables
699 261st Street
Four Horse Healing
10885 MacDonald Rd
7780-262rd Rose Prairie
Fort St John
Vancouver Island dates and Venues TBC
The clinic will NOT enable you to work on other people's horses or allow you to call yourself an equine therapist.