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Testimonials 2017-04-13T20:52:25+00:00

Testimonials

EQ50: Equine Anatomy Precourse Distance Study

EQ75: Equine Massage & Bodywork for Owners

“I have seen Debranne’s work open new doors as to what the horse felt he was able to offer physically and mentally. As a dressage trainer, that’s exciting!
Sarah Ives-Lewis, Point Arena Sporthorses

“I felt that I learned more in those few days than I have in the past 10 years. It was the most rewarding course I have ever attended.”
Anne Jones, Queensland, Australia

EQ100: Equinology® Equine Body Worker Certification Course

This is an excellent course! Debranne’s approach to learning is wonderful. She has really opened my eyes to the world of horses. She is a mentor to me and I plan on working to achieve my AEBW certification.
Thanks so much for everything!!
Kate Westfall
Email: cowgirlkatewest@hotmail.com

The EQ100 course was all I’d hoped for and more! After extensive research when looking for an equine massage school, I now know that Equinology was the wisest choice. The level of instruction is indeed at University standards, their instructors the best in their field, and the high emphasis on anatomy is key to it’s success. As a Dressage instructor for 25 years and now an EBW, I see all horses with new eyes. The results so far with my massage clients have been nothing less than amazing and I’m furthering my education with additional Equinology courses because I feel the added knowledge will be invaluable. I highly recommend the EQ100 as a foundation course to anyone wishing to heighten their complementary modalities towards the horse’s well being.
Thank you Debranne!
Deborah Adams, EBW, BFA
Email: EquineAttunement@aol.com

“My horse’s and client’s horses are jumping better, lowering their heads better in the flat work and show less resistance. They just seem happier to do the work asked of them.”
Tim Tornaros,
Queensland, Australia,
Equinology’s Youngest Graduate Age: 14

EQ101: Equinology® Equine Body Worker Certification Course (Extended Version)

Having been involved in course development and teaching in unrelated fields, I appreciate that Debranne will not pen her name to a certificate until all of the minimum requirements established by Equinology, Inc. have been met and the student has demonstrated a degree of proficiency in his/her ability to perform the functions of an Equine Body Worker.
This course add the third dimension to our two dimensional studies. This is a tough, stringent, yet very rewarding course that gives you “the most bang for your buck!”
Rene C. Noriega
Email: spurstrap@peoplepc.com

“I still get a boost when a client tells me how their horse has benefited from the massage I did. I am a full time trainer, Debranne’s course has enabled me develope a more balanced approach to training horse and rider. I am planning to take Biomechanics and Applied Anatomy in the future.”
Renee Ronshausen,
Crystal Clear Farm, LLC,
Petaluma, CA.

EQ102: Equinology® Equine Body Worker Certification Course and Retreat (Extended Version)

EQ101ST: EQ101 EEBW Certification for Return Students

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

EQ103: Advanced Equine Soft Tissue Techniques, Introduction to Spinal Mobilization and Clinical Reasoning

EQ106: Equinology’s Equine Body Worker® Review Course

EQ107: Externship Camp

EQ108LP: Equine Spinal Dysfunction: Motor Control and Functional Mobilization/Core Strengthening
Techniques Licensed Pro Course

EQ110LP: Equine Rehabilitation for Equine Health Care Professionals

EQ200SE: Equiken™ CoreData Course Special Event

EQ300-600: Equine Biomechanics, Gait Abnormalities and Lameness

EQ400: Stretching and Range of Motion Exercises

EQ600: Equine Gait Abnormalities and Lameness

EQ700: Saddle Fitting for the Equine Health Care Professional

EQ900: Anatomy Discovery Workshop Clay & Hands On

EQ950: Equine Dissection: Spine and Pelvis

EQ1100: Equine Myofascial Release Level I

EQ1110: Equine Myofascial Release Techniques Level II

EQ1120LP: Equine Myofascial Release Techniques Levels One and Two for Licensed Professionals

EQ1300: Equine Neurology, Muscle Physiology & Pathologies with Dr. Eleanor M. Kellon, VMD ONLINE COURSE

EQ1400: Equine Nutrition: NRC Plus with Dr. Eleanor M. Kellon VMD ONLINE COURSE

EQ1500: Equine First Aid ONLINE COURSE

EQ1700LP: KTE1 INTRODUCTION TO THE KINESIO TAPING® METHOD FOR EQUINE, BASIC KINESIO KT Equine 1 and KT Equine 2

EQ1710LP: KTE3 – Advanced Clinical Applications of The Kinesio Taping® Method For Equines

CN3000: Caninology’s® Canine Body Worker Certification Course

CN3005: Canine Anatomy and Behavior Precourse Distance Study

CN3010: The Dynamic Dog: Biomechanic and Gait Abnormalities

CN3015: Advanced Canine Bodywork and Massage Techniques

CN3020: Canine Trigger Point Therapy – Protocols

CN3025SE: Dog Behavior and Handling

CN3040: Canine Myofascial Release Techniques Level I

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