Take Charge of Your Horse’s Health!

Our horses do so much for us.

If you want to do more for your horse, our classes are designed just for you.

Whether you want to learn bodywork techniques to improve your horse’s performance, gain a deeper understanding of biomechanics in order to recognize lameness or want to simply learn more about anatomy, you have come to the right place.

Our Signature Owner’s Class

How many times have you wondered if your horse’s reaction is behavioral, or if he is experiencing discomfort and you need to call the veterinarian?

Or have you wondered how to determine if your horse is safely handling an increase in workload?

Muscle injuries can sneak up on your horse little by little until you have a larger problem.

What if YOU could address these smaller issues BEFORE they come larger problems?

Our 3-day EQ75: Equine Massage & Bodywork for Owners & Trainers course can help you pinpoint common areas of stress and develop basic massage, bodywork and stretching techniques to address muscle tension.

You will be empowered to understand when your horse is trying to tell you that something is not quite right.

YOU become your horse’s advocate!

EQ75 Will Give You:

An understanding of common areas of stress to help you differentiate between normal and pain responses
Basic bodywork skills and stretching techniques in order to address muscle tension
An eye for gait analysis and conformation assessment
A basic understanding of anatomy and affected muscles
The ability to cultivate a team collaboration so that you and your veterinarian, farrier and trainer all speak the same language
In-depth course materials detailing bodywork techniques, including a Barn Companion guide to reference while working on your horse and a video guide to reference after the course
Access to instructors who are icons in the horse healthcare industry
The most updated information and plenty of hands-on practical experience in a small group setting
Personalized attention due to small class sizes

Early registrations are encouraged. Seats fill up quickly!

Additional Classes for Owners/Trainers

EQ300-600: Equine Biomechanics, Gait Abnormalities & Lameness
Do you want the ability to recognize when lameness is causing your horse’s poor performance so that it can be properly diagnosed and treated?

This 4-day course is ideal for the horse owner or professional who wants to understand EXACTLY what their veterinarian looks for during an examination.

On the last day of class, put yourself in your veterinarian’s boots and perform a lameness exam with the guidance of our attending veterinarians – you can even request blocks and other imaging for immediate feedback!

EQ50: Equine Anatomy Distance Study
This self-paced course breaks down anatomy to the basics and gives you the terminology to benefit the horses in YOUR life!

For a one-time fee of $95, you get all course content, a downloadable course workbook with extra learning activities, a list of our favorite references and resources, and a private Facebook Group where you can ask questions, share success stories, and network with like-minded horse lovers and practitioners.

Horse owners, trainers, riders, farriers, bodyworkers, saddle fitters, breeders, vet techs, and anyone in the healthcare industry can benefit from this course!

We have classes for dogs, too!

Our canine classes follow a similar format to our equine curriculum, with several geared toward dog owners and trainers, including:

CN3005: Canine Anatomy & Behavior Distance Study
This online course is open to anyone wishing to broaden their knowledge of veterinary terminology, behavior and the musculoskeletal system of the dog.

CN75: Canine Massage & Bodywork for Owners & Trainers
In this 2-day class, you will receive personalized instruction from experienced professionals utilizing a unique blend of sports massage, soft tissue release and stretching techniques.

CN3010: Canine Biomechanics & Gait Abnormalities
During this 4-day course, you will learn to understand the structure and patterns of movement to enable you to visualize which joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles are utilized during movement.