ADVANCED EQUINE SOFT TISSUE TECHNIQUES, INTRODUCTION TO SPINAL MOBILISATION & CLINICAL REASONING
Australia 2020 - $2,999 AUD + gst | Deposit to secure position $500 | Payment Plans available
Equine Body Workers*, Massage Therapists*, Equinology EBWs, Equine Physiotherapists*, Equine Professionals*
*accepted by application only
Advanced STM & muscle activation techniques
Advanced stretching & ROM restoration exercises
Gait evaluation practical
Clinical reasoning practical
Detailed course manual/workbook, supplies & handouts
Supportive class environment
Morning & Afternoon Tea
115 + hrs of learning
Instructor Debranne Pattillo, MEEBW
Take your equine bodywork to the next level with Debranne Pattillo, MEEBW. Learn different approaches to assessment and addressing soft tissue restrictions using advanced equine bodywork & soft tissue mobilisation (STM) techniques. This course encompasses advanced sports massage, stretching, spinal mobilisation, range of motion restoration exercises and muscle activation techniques.
The course runs over 5-days (115+ total hours with required externship) and is designed for students who have taken successfully completed the Equinology® Equine Body Worker (EEBW) Certification Course or a comparable equine sports massage program with a strong anatomy background* of 300+ hours.
All of the following topics are included in this class:
Advanced STM, muscle activation, origin-to-insertion and muscle release techniques
Introduction to spinal mobilisation
Advanced range of motion restoration exercises and stretching for the thoracic and pelvic limbs
Following on from EEBW certification course: anatomy of additional muscles and bony landmarks
New precise points for advanced sports massage and equine body work techniques
Advanced STM technique: using the tennis ball
Advanced cross fibre massage techniques
Advanced techniques to address the temporomandibular joint
Advanced technique: sinus drain
Isolating and addressing the thoracic and pelvic limb muscles with advanced techniques
Advanced techniques to address the paraspinal musculature
Addressing the broad sacral tuberous ligament in combination with paraspinal and gluteal muscles
Introduction to myofascial release techniques
Introduction to core muscle activation techniques and stabilisation exercises
Review: gait evaluation
Case study discussions
Anatomy practical: muscle and point label session
Clinical Reasoning Practical: Assessment, Discussion, Application of New Techniques, Re-evaluation
This course is perfect for:
Equine body workers & massage therapists
Students who have completed the class component of the EQ100 Equinology Equine Body Worker Certification Program.
Completion of EEBW Certification course (EQ100, 101 or 102). It is not necessary to have completed your externship prior to attending this course.
Successful completion of an equine sports massage program with hours and content comparable to the Equinology Equine Body Worker certification course, covering the major muscles and points. Students coming in from other programs must challenge the EEBW Certification Course prior to registering for the EQ103 course. There is an admin fee of $100.00 for this challenge, which covers the review of a submitted video of a sports massage, stretching and soft tissue release session. Students are required to demonstrate the ability to identify at least 75% of the muscles used in the EEBW certification course. Contact us for a list of these muscles.