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EQ200SE: Equiken™ CoreData Course Special Event $1,559.00

Course Dates At Different Locations
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Course tuition may differ for courses other than USA.


 

Description

This is that great course which builds the horse’s muscles using clay from the inside out. This year Jon Zahourek, founder, and creator of the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System is your course instructor. Participants comprehend form and function while discovering the logic of anatomy and the relationship of structures. It’s a great opportunity to learn through a unique approach. The Anatomy in Clay® Centers provides an anatomically correct professional horse skeleton model as well as the clay and tools to build the muscles of the horse. Overhead monitors ensure your ability to see exactly what the instructor is building.

Build on your knowledge if you’ve taken this course previously or attended other anatomy classes. You’ll find other participants who have attended this course repeatedly to gain insight and more information with every experience. You’ll also find yourself sitting amongst veterinarians, farriers, saddlers, trainers, artists, therapists, horse enthusiast, top equine specialists in the industry as well as your fellow graduates from the Equine Body Worker® Certification Course.

Participants can learn more about the AiCC at www.anatomyinclaycenters.org  

Registration Link: http://www.anatomyinclaycenters.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019-EQ-CoreData-Registration-Form-1.pdf

 

Tuition Includes:

6-day Equiken™ CoreData Course (3 days on, one day off, 3 days on)

Text and Materials Required:

Rental of Equiken® Model and Clay Supplies: Free

Course Workbook: Free

Course Handouts: Free

Equinology Externship Grading and Certificate: $100

Required Reading:

Students must read and understand the glossary provided with course registration.

Suggested Reading for Further Interest:

Color Atlas of Veterinary Anatomy: The Horse Volume 2 by Ashdown and Done

Equine Locomotion by Hilary Clayton and William Beck

The Horse in Motion: The Anatomy and Physiology of Equine Locomotion by Pilliner, Elmhurst, and Davies

 

An anatomy course is required for the Equine Body Worker ®Level III Certification. A second anatomy course is required for the Master Equine Body Worker ® Certification. You may take EQ200, EQ900 or EQ950 to fulfill the requirements.

For the certification outline, please click here:

http://www.equinology.com/info/certification.asp

Anatomy of Equine Bodywork; The Equinology Approach by Debranne Pattillo - Get Your Copy Here