Equine Manipulation, Myofascial & Mobilisation Techniques – Dutch

£195.00

A comprehensive range of manipulation, myofascial and mobilisation techniques, together with variations and many alternatives for the techniques. 12 hour instructional webinar series.

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12 hours of content: A comprehensive range of manipulation, myofascial and mobilisation techniques, together with variations and many alternatives for the techniques, are demonstrated so that application of the techniques is as inclusive for a wide range of equine practitioners as possible. Each webinar will be interactive with film, explanations and discussions generated from audience participation. Emphasis is on correcting postural asymmetry to enhance performance.
  1. A review of the names of the muscles and their siting on the equine head and neck.
  2. Evaluation of the temporomandibular, hyoid, atlanto-axial, atlanto-occipital and remaining cervical segments. Then the back and ribs with the final session covering the pelvis and limbs.
  3. How the above joint segments can be addressed with a variety of manipulation and myofascial techniques to improve performance and gait by resolving minor segmental range of motion restrictions.
  4. How a selection of trigger points may be identified and addressed.
  5. Exercises to mobilise the head, neck, back, pelvis and limbs both manually and with ground schooling and ridden techniques.
  6. How the techniques can be applied to address the equine body’s support system of the newly discovered myofascial lines.
Presented by veterinary physiotherapist, qualified saddle fitter and graduate sports therapist, Caroline Lindsay, this live, interactive webinar is part of a series created for equine therapists and students of equine therapy around the world to participate in, specifically to evaluate the techniques with a view to adding to their techniques toolbox as their current level of training and expertise permits.

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