Equine Massage CE course for Massage Therapists!

I am extremely pleased to announce that my popular two day workshop is now approved by the NCBTMB for continuing education credit. I have offered this class for many years now, initially as a horse owner / pony club workshop, and more recently as an elective for massage students and graduates at Irene's Myomassology Institute. Horses are athletes and regardless of their job or sport, they are subject to the same types of soft tissue strains, stresses and injuries that human athletes experience. They also experience the same global health benefits from massage that humans do. Massage helps promote natural relaxation and converts subjects from a sympathetic nervous system response into a pa

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This is the downloadable document that provides the questions for you to ask the Lay Up Care provider. There is also space available to list all of the instructions from your vet.  It is in Word format so that you can type in your additional questions  as well as capture all of your horse's specific care needs.

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Please call 248.921.6322   

Therapeutic bodywork is not a substitute for appropriate medical or veterinary care.

Email: MichiganEquineTherapy@gmail.com

Mailing Address: 29155 Northwestern Hwy #540 Southfield MI 48034-1011