This five day workshop expands upon the craniosacral foundation (ECS1) by introducing students to the role and importance of the teeth and addressing their effects on the healthy biomechanics of the equine athlete. The first two days are focused on dental anatomy, physiology and the development of the teeth of the horse, the effects of the bit and care. Over the next three days, students assess movement and posture for biomechanical imbalances and then treat the horses, combining previous craniosacral skills and expanding upon them. Students' hands-on experience will include palpating inside the mouths.
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Equine CranioSacral Workshops is pleased to announce
Jerry Schmidt Equine Dentist joins us in 2009!
I am excited to announce a new addition to the team. Jerry Schmidt, an equine dentist from the US, will be the assistant teacher for the ECS5 Assessment, Occulsion and Biomechanics Workshop. Jerry's approach to equine dentisty is gentle and with the horse in mind. He studied equine craniosacral work before his dentistry training and brings his many years of experience to the program. Visit his website for more information www.nwequinedentistry.us
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