Equine Zoopharmacognosy Wkend Wksp 2019 - July 13th & 14th Kildare, Ireland
This Stage 1 Workshop gives a broad and thorough introduction to Zoopharmacognosy, its methodology and benefits, as well as laying a theoretical and practical foundation of knowledge for the attendee. Participants will have the opportunity and basic experience to learn how to continue offering plant extracts upon returning home for such issues as laminitis, performance, lameness, pain, digestive imbalances, wounds, fear etc.
By the end of the weekend you will have had the opportunity to:
- Learn to observe, identify and interpret behavioural responses to plant extracts offered for presenting symptoms, whether they be physical or emotional, positive or negative
- Get to know which groups of plant extracts are offered for types of presenting symptoms and conditions
- Understand how and why horses differentiate between the 3 ways of self-administering their extract selections
- Understand sequential selection and simultaneous offering
- Understand the different approaches when working with physical issues (such as pain, inflammation, infection) and emotional issues (such as trauma, grief, anger)
- Take home informative text handouts for future reference
- An opportunity to have a short one-to-one consultation with Carly regarding your horses specific needs
- Participate, engage, learn and enjoy this hands on experience with horses on site, in beautiful Kildare led by Carly
Plus attendance of this Workshop will allow you subsequent access to the Members Only section of Whitethorn Herbals website where you can avail of the information within the section 'Extracts selected for Conditions'.
The fee includes light refreshments, lunch and dinner for the two days. Camping areas are available onsite and limited airbnb. Please contact Sarah Brady on 086 3872099 for accommodation options.
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VETS - Our workshops are accepted by the Irish Veterinary Council for credits towards veterinary CPD requirements