|Click on the image above for a larger view|
Giles Penfound, photographer
Each workshop is conducted over four consecutive days. Part of each day is devoted to the study of specific cranial bones of the horse. A genuine horse skull and detailed slides are used to help correlate, anatomically, the hands-on techniques taught throughout the course. A significant amount of time is devoted to practical work with horses, so that students can develop the skills necessary for addressing each individual horse's needs.
Please review our schedule and choose the location and date that's best for you.
Day Two: We take the work a step further to palpating the cranial rhythm. We work first with each other and then with the horse.
Day Three: We take the anatomical, theoretical, and intuitive elements to an awareness level of practical application in addressing the needs of the individual Equine Athlete.
Day Four: The course culminates with a full CranioSacral practicum for each student with the horse.
Please review our schedule and choose the date and location that's best for you.
|Home | Benefits | What's New | Press Releases | Biography | Links | Contact Us|
|Articles | Workshops | Workshop Schedule | Workshop Registration|
|Headshaking | Equine Assessment | Equine Dentistry | ECS Practitioners|
|ECS 1 | ECS 2 | ECS 3 | ECS 4 | ECS 5 | ECS 6 | ECS Review | CCS 1 | CCS 2 | CCS 3|
Copyright © 2000 -
All photographs on this website were shot for the exclusive use of the Equine CranioSacral Workshops.