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you help your horse, move better, last longer and prevent injury.
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IN THIS ISSUE:
NEW SIX DAY INTENSIVE EQUINE
SPORTS MASSAGE PROGRAM
“practitoner “ in the technical skills of the Wilson Meagher
Method of Equine Sportsmassage.
The Wilson Meagher
Sports Therapy Program and the Downeast School of Massage
from mid-coast Maine have proudly joined together to offer
this six day intensive clinical program for those interested
in becoming a Practitioner in the technical skills of
Equine Sportsmassage. Applicants are not required to
be professional human massage or physical therapists.
Click to read more about the
NEW PROBLEM SPECIFIC ON LINE
These new videos will train you in
the application of the Wilson Meagher Method of Equine
Jo-Ann has created very clear and
easily accessible high quality training videos through the
use of VIMEO. These videos are presented in a high quality
format at new affordable prices for anyone who wants to
eliminate muscle tightness and change the way a horse moves
with their hands!!!
Click for more information and to preview the new videos
USA EVENTING TEAM SPORTS
THERAPIST THROUGH 2016 OLYMPICS!
Jo-Ann is very pleased to announce
she is the official Team Sports Therapist for the United
States Eventing Team coached by David O’Connor. Jo-Ann
will serve the US Team throughout the Team training
sessions, qualifying competitions, and on through the 2016
Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. GO USA!!!
Jo-Ann was asked to join the
Eventing Team after she worked as the Team Sports Therapist
for the USA at the Pam American games in Toronto in July
2015, where the US won the Team Gold and Individual Gold
VOLUME 12 - SPRING 2016 - ARTICLES
Tip: From Kathy Connelly (one of the leading and most
respected Dressage trainers in the United States).
How does a rider know when
their horse is truly going forward?
Kathy's answer and view her profile
Easy everyday exercises to Tone the Abs!
Since most rider's walk throughout the day,
from walking to the pastures, to bringing horses in to the barn,
walking at competitions, walking in and out of the barn and to the
ring etc., I thought rider's may find this article helpful in order
to reduce belly fat and tighten up the abs while they walk!!'
Click to read the article
at Yahoo News