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Equus Soma Thoracolumosacral Anatomy & Movement 101

Pam_Diane
Category
Webinar
Date
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 01:00

'll take credit for the initial idea of opening some form of equine bone "museum" in Aiken SC. But it took the friendly nudging from fellow equine osteology-anatomy enthusiast and bodywork colleague, Diane Dzingle to get me to spend the money to renovate our large storage shed into the current "Learning Center".
Diane is a Masterson Method® Certified Practitioner. She is also certified in Equine Structural Integration and has taken several whole horse dissection courses (two with me). Diane is currently half-way through a very rigourous program at the Vluggen Institute for Equine Osteopathy & Education. 
We share a passion for the health and welfare of horses and a committment to educate ourselves and others. With each module taken at the Vluggen Institute, Diane brings a whole new level of anatomical and biomechanical information to the Learning Center through the eyes of an equine osteopath.

The Learning Center is about research, discovery, and education. It is about sharing the life stories and lessons revealed through the skeletal remains of our beloved horses.
Even after death, they have so much more to teach us.
The Learning Center has many examples of "common" ailments including kissing spine, fused hocks, splints, laminitic coffin bones, osteoarthritis, side and ring bone.
http://www.equus-soma.com

 

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  • Wednesday, June 24, 2020 01:00

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