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WHITETHORN EQUINE HEALTH
Carly is delighted to have been asked to represent the Equine Zoopharmacognosy Industry at the Equine Touch UK Conference in October. She will give a talk on how and why horses self-medicate on herbs and essential oils, along with looking at Case studies of horses that have benefited from this modality. Animal self-medication (or Applied Zoopharmacognosy) compliments bodywork modalities such as Equine Touch, Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, and Shiatsu. Extracts are offered during a body work session in order to support the releasing process. For example, Yarrow and Peppermint essential oils are known muscle relaxants and are often selected whilst bodywork is in progress. Black Pepper is also often selected for sore muscles whilst Rose otto is known to reduce adrenalin and can support the horse in letting go during a session. Carly is looking forward to spreading the word further and continuing to inspire Body workers on the benefits of Equine self-medication at this years Equine Touch Conference! A big 'Thank you' to all at Equine Touch UK for this fine opportunity!
We are delighted to announce that we will be opening up the yard again for an onsite learning experience for our students for our Equine Level 2 Zoopharmacognosy workshop. It will be really exciting to have old students and new coming together to discuss and work with the horses ability to self-select herbs and essential oils at a deeper level. We are also opening up the option of hybrid learning under the watchful expertise of Izzy our online learning expert. This will mean that students can attend the workshop either in person or online via Zoom. This is a new exciting challenge for us and preparations are well under way to make this the best experience possible for our students.
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We very much look forward to bringing the yard back to life again with the fun of learning with our students!
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