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Equine Acupressure Clinic - JH Horsemanship

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Equine Acupressure Clinic - JH Horsemanship
Equine Acupressure Clinic - JH Horsemanship

Time & Location

Apr 14, 2024, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

JH Horsemanship, 4425 Tom Starnes Rd, Waxhaw, NC 28173, USA


About the event

Join us on April 14th at 2pm for an enlightening clinic led by a Nationally Certified Acupressure Practitioner from Poll to Pastern. 

Acupressure is a powerful tool for both preventive and complementary equine care. It can help prevent and alleviate various conditions, including colic, inflammation, stomach ulcers, UTIs, arthritis, poll tension, hindquarter stiffness, heaves, allergies, spookiness, wobblers, cushings, diarrhea, spontaneous sweating, and much more.

Our hands-on clinic, lasting approximately 3-4 hours, begins with a foundation in acupressure. You'll gain insights into the numerous benefits of each acupressure point discussed. Learn how to locate these points, perfect your techniques for applying pressure, determine the appropriate pressure level, and understand what to observe when providing an acupressure session to your horse. Following this, there will be a demonstration of the point locations, after which you'll have the opportunity to work in pairs on your horses to find the points. The instructor will be there every step of the way to assist and answer any questions.

For your convenience, we'll provide a folder with an equine skeleton sheet for you to record acupressure locations and point descriptions. While the sheet has some blank space, feel free to bring additional paper for notes. Please remember to bring a chair for the initial part of the clinic, ensuring your comfort throughout this informative session. Don't miss this chance to deepen your understanding of acupressure and improve your horse's health and vitality!

This is not a certification course and is non-refundable.


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