Equine Applied Zoopharmacognosy Masterclass Europe/Ireland/UK Oct 29th/30th 2022
This workshop builds on the learning and experience from our Foundation Level Equine Applied Zoopharmacognosy program, delving deeper into the methodology, helping participants hone their skills and recognise issues that may arise including triggers, trauma and emergencies, barriers to success etc (See below for full content). There is the option of attending onsite or attending online via Zoom. After the morning theory class, onsite attendees (in Ireland) work together offering extracts with online participants. Online participants view the session from multiply camera's in the stables including a roving yard cam for detailed observation. Online participants are encouraged to contribute to the session by choosing relevant extracts and observing and reporting behaviours. We are the only ones in the educational equine industry offering this type of hyflex learning and find all our students benefit from this online and onsite interactive learning. No's are restricted for onsite attendance so please book as soon as you can to avoid disappointment. Deposit secures a place.
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" An Online revisit to Whitethorn Farm in Sligo for Level 2 Zoopharmacognosy was fascinating. Working with horse's natural choices of which pure essential oils, herbs, clays, powders they need is very rewarding. I have seen some remarkable results and with Carly Hillier's excellent knowledge and teaching I hope to learn more "
Alison Mastin Moore, BHS Performance Coach, FEI Para Olympic judge (retired) Nov 2021
Silke's experience at the Clinic!
- Intention – the power & science of
- Opening the door for engagement
- The process – individual equine MO’s
- Considerations when offering
- Emergencies & First Aid with plant extracts - colic, choke, wounds
- Obstacles to ‘success’
This workshop is a prerequisite for the Practitioners program.
Class starts at 9.30am (Sat) and10am (Sun) and finishes between 4.30 - 5pm. Lunch break around 1.30pm
Regular screen breaks are included for online attendees
Morning: Theory in the form of presentation in the morning including video clips to demonstrate horse responses
Afternoon: Applied Zoopharmacognosy session in the yard with students, supported by online participants, working with horses with varying ailments. Wide angle camera's plus a mobile camera are used to ensure detailed observation for online students