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Horse Works Workshops – Level 3 – WA

July 13 @ 8:00 am - July 14 @ 5:00 pm AWST

Workshop Overview

In Level 3, we work on manually releasing the the cranial bones to relieve horses from past head traumas, most often from a pulled-back when tied incident. Compression of the cranial bones leads to horses that spook or are hard to bridle, recurring uveitis, headshaking, TMJ, heaviness or resistance on one rein, and even the ability to gain weight, assimilate nutrition, or digest properly.

How do the cranial bones affect all of these areas? First and foremost we have to consider that the brain, hormonal, and glandular centers are all housed in the horse’s skull, and if the skull has been compressed, that can lead to unnecessary pressure and lack of blood flow to these areas that regulate metabolism, hormones, thought, emotions, and more.

Some cranial bones also hold the eyes in place, and if these bones are crushed or shifted, it could be affecting your horse’s vision leading to spooking, or inhibiting proper circulation leading to uveitis.

And when a horse experiences cranial compression, it often affects one side more significantly than the other, usually the side they pulled back on the hardest when they were tied. This compression cascades from the poll, through the bones around the eyes, and into the TMJ and jawline. This misalignment may be what’s making your horse heavier or resistant on one rein. It can also make it difficult for them to chew side-to-side as they are meant to, and instead, they chew up and down which creates hooks and waves in the teeth and often requires costly dental floating as a temporary fix. It also means they won’t process their food and thus their nutrition properly and can even cause digestion problems.

Since it requires very specific techniques with a delicate touch, Level 3 is only taught in person and is not available as a home study course.

What You’ll Learn

  • Signs your horse may be experiencing cranial compression
  • How to evaluate your horse’s head and identify problem areas
  • Cranial decompression techniques to support previous head injuries
  • Practices and knowledge to prevent future head injuries
  • Protocols for supporting better nutrition
  • Techniques in energetic and emotional healing

What You’ll Receive

  • 2 days of expert hands-on training
  • A certificate of completion
  • A deeper understanding of equine care and horsemanship
  • A stronger relationship with your horse
  • Techniques that you will use in your daily care routine
  • Solutions to long-standing, formerly “unsolvable” problems
  • A sense of personal empowerment (YOU can do this!)
  • The chance to network with other horse lovers
  • The possibility of saving $$$ on future vet bills
  • A happier, healthier, better-performing horse!

How to Enroll

The class is limited at 6 students. In order to give the best discount to our students, the payment is splited into two components, a deposit (150 USD) and a remainder (550 AUD). Please follow the instruction below for your enrollment:

Early bird discount: Full payment by 30 April 2024 to receive a further discount of 200 AUD (for signing up all three workshops) or 100 AUD ( for workshops Level 1 and Level 2).

 

 

Details

Start:
July 13 @ 8:00 am AWST
End:
July 14 @ 5:00 pm AWST
Event Category:

Organiser

Kym Harris
Phone
0429 865 252
Email
kym111@bigpond.net.au

Venue

Geraldton
222 Sutcliffe Rd north
Waggrakine, WA 6530 Australia
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