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FULL-BODY HORSE ANATOMY -- FALL 2017 CLASS
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 Posted: Wed Jul 5th, 2017 10:47 am
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EQUINE STUDIES INSTITUTE
FULL-BODY EQUINE ANATOMY CLASS
Dates: November 4 through 8 (Saturday through Wednesday), 2017
Place: The ESI Lab & Classroom facilities, near Turlock, California


Dear People -- Here is our famous five-day full-body anatomy class, a totally unique opportunity for anyone who loves horses and wants to learn how they REALLY work. This class emphasizes the musculo-skeletal system, equine biomechanics, and all that that implies and involves for the horse owner, rider, trainer, or potential competitor. If you want to make your interactions with horses smooth and easy -- if you want your training to be truly effective -- if you want to be able to ask of your horse all that he is capable of giving in the way of athletic performance -- this class is for you.

This class is also for you, of course, if you're interested in part-time or full-time work as an equine bodyworker. Students already enrolled with the Equinology program get full credit toward their certification with Equinology get full credit for taking this class. If you're an Equinology student who has been waiting for this class to be available, please contact the Equinology office to get your forms for us to sign (Equinology and Equine Studies Institute are separate business entities).

Other types of hands-on therapy are welcome to enroll as well -- over the years, we've had people from all modalities, everything from veterinary chiropracty to cranio-sacral to acupressure to any of the many patented systems that are currently out there. Students of some of these disciplines may also be enrolled with other colleges, institutes, or private academies.

We also especially welcome farriers -- we did a special class just for you last winter, but if you're a farrier you're certainly welcome to enroll in the full-body class and don't be surprised if it turns out to be a game-changer to your whole approach to limb and hoof assessment, trimming, and treatment. Horse owners, this equally applies to you: the information given in this class will assist you in choosing where to obtain the best hoof care for your horse.

A brief summary of class activities: We meed 9a.m. to 6p.m. daily. Mornings are devoted to concept lectures and preparation for dissection. Lunch is 12:30 to 1:15 each day, and "wet lab", hands-on with the fresh-frozen pony carcass, is 1:30 to 6 p.m. daily.

Lectures take students through muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons, cartilages, joints, teeth, and hooves. We also cover digestive and circulatory systems, especially as they relate to the horse's teeth and muscular functioning.

If you are interested in enrolling, please EMail us by writing office@equinestudies.org. We will reply with all the logistical information you'll need, including nearest airports and motels, what to wear, books to read and/or bring, and camera, laptop or other equipment you may want to bring.

THE REGULAR ENROLLMENT FEE FOR THIS CLASS is $200 per day for those who sign up for the full five days = $1000. Returning students (those who have taken the full five-day class at least once before) may enroll for $100 per day = $500.

PARTIAL-WEEK ENROLLMENT is $250 per day, with the student specifying which/how many days. Please note, Equinology does not give any credit for partial-week enrollment.

NOW THE GOOD NEWS! WE ARE OFFERING AN EARLY-BIRD SPECIAL which you can take advantage of simply by signing up for this class and paying the FULL EARLY-BIRD FEE by October 1, 2017. The early-bird fee is $800 for the full five days, applicable to new students only.

To sign up for the early-bird discount, please EMail us by writing office@equinestudies.org.

Thanks for your interest, folks....we've had a number of people specifically asking for a California class this year, and we're delighted to be able to offer it. -- Dr. Deb

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