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EQ100LP: Equinology® Equine Body Worker Licensed Professional Certification Course Licensed Pro Course

$250.00$1,795.00

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Location: Flying Cloud Farm – Petaluma, CA
Instructor: Debranne Pattillo MEEBW
Full Tuition: USD $1,795.00
Deposit: USD $250.00
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Description

This course is designed for those licensed professionals (LP) wishing to add soft tissue work in their existing practice. The course will provide the entire massage and bodywork session presented in our Equinology Equine Body Worker (EEBW) certification courses. We have streamlined the course since those already working as licensed equine health care professionals should have a deep understanding of the musculoskeletal system, evaluation, and assessment of muscle and structure symmetry as well as gait analysis. Although we review these topics in the course, we do not go to the detail as done in the regular foundation EEBW course. Please see prerequisites below for those wishing to attend this LP course.

Students attend class daily 8-5:30 for 5 days and have additional 2-3 hours of review every evening. Participants must attend every day of the onsite course; missing any portion will disrupt the delivery of the course.

OUTLINE OF COURSE:

Skeletal structure:

  • Thoracic appendicular system
  • Pelvic appendicular system
  • Axial skeletal system
  • Bony landmark identification
  • Palpation skills

Muscle structure:

  • Intrinsic Muscles
  • Extrinsic Muscles
  • Palpation skills
  • Locating and isolating muscles
  • Injury
  • Deep muscles
  • Middle muscles
  • Superficial muscles
  • Injuries caused by specific activities

Massage and Bodywork:

  • Safety rules
  • Basic Strokes
  • Full massage and bodywork session
  • 80+point locations
  • Issues associated with positive points
  • Contraindications
  • Body Mechanics
  • Exercises following the session
  • Stretches for the session

Assessment:

  • History evaluation
  • Documentation
  • Subjective conformation and gait evaluation
  • Introduction to saddle assessment

The text: Anatomy of Equine Bodywork: The Equinology® Approach by Debranne Pattillo, MEEBW. Beginning 2019, the text will be available at the course for $99USD (no shipping or handling) or for online purchase $149USD (plus shipping and handling)

The Externship (Final Project of Case Studies and Visual Presentation):

After completing the workshop and required externship, the student will be able to assess posture and movement and apply a complete session confidently. To acquire the EEBW Certificate of Achievement, participants are required to complete this portion as part of the course. Externship and case studies are required in all of Equinology’s courses to ensure that the students have learned the enormous amount of material presented in class. This way we find we can fine-tune the students’ sessions. Equinology’s staff is able to answer questions from the participants should they arise during this externship period.

For this particular course, there’s an additional 60 hours of guided study once the student leaves the class. This is completed at home. Participants complete 20 sessions on at least 5 different horses using all of the techniques taught in the class and submit a visual presentation of their session for review.

Tuition: $1795

Text and Materials Required for Course:

Required Course Text: Anatomy of Equine Bodywork: The Equinology Approach: by Debranne Pattillo: $99 + tax (available onsite) or online purchase $149USD (plus shipping and handling)

Course Workbook: Free

Course Handouts and Business Documents: Free

Course Externship Support Group: Free

Course Audio: Free

Externship Grading (Case Studies and Visual Presentation) and Certificate: Free

Prerequisites:

To enroll in the EQ100LP course, you must be one of the licensed professionals and meet the criteria. All individuals must have at least 1 years’ experience of working with horses. It is understood that the participants are confident in veterinary anatomy and vocabulary. They must be confident in assessing gaits and lameness and have a full understanding of evaluations conformation and symmetry of muscles and structures. They must have a comprehension of the muscles and surface anatomy (if not please take the online EQ50 Equine Anatomy Online Course to review). The portions listed above have been removed from this EEBW course and participants must have this knowledge before attending. If not, please enrolling the regular EEBW courses.

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine:

Proof of degree must be provided upon registration.  Also, all other prerequisites must be met.

Doctor of Chiropractic:

Proof of degree must be provided upon registration. Two (2) letters of recommendation from equine veterinarians are required to support registration for this course. Also, all other prerequisites must be met.

Doctor of Osteopathy:

Proof of degree must be provided upon registration. Two (2) letters of recommendation from equine veterinarians are required to support registration for this course. Also, all other prerequisites must be met.

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