I’m afraid this is a bit of a bug bear of mine!
There are many people out there touting themselves as
massage & myo-fascial release therapists. Some have only done
a weekend’s training. Properly trained therapists do “continual professional development” (CPD) and indeed are obliged to do
this to remain part of a recognised therapists association.
Make sure you find someone who has done the proper training before you let someone loose on you or your pet!
I thought it might be useful to list out the most recent training
I have done.
2021 So Far: Reiki for humans and animals, positional release
2020 Full dissections, equine podiatry, equine arthritis, canine neurology patients, muscle testing & 91 further hours of training!
2019 Full body equine analysis with Neill Saunders
Triangulation assess. & therapy with L Mauferon-Vernet
T Touch and equine behaviour
2018 Bitting with Hilary Vernon
Understanding physiotherapy machines with IAAT
Equine MFR with Ruth Mitchell-Golladay
Canine wound management & 1st Aid course with St
Giles animal centre
2017 Fascial Edge tool training
Equine MFR with Dawn McCaig
MFR Equine Dural techniques
MFR on legs and ribcage – extra techniques
Vet symposium with Noel Fitzpatrick
FORWARD symposium with Noel Fitzpatrick
Energy Healing with Margrit Coates
Practical Saddle fit with Rachel Sivyer
Canine core exercise & proprioception with Chapel Farm
BHS Stage 3 Horse Knowledge & Care
2016 Canine Acupuncture & acupressure with S. Andresier
Equine bad behaviour vs pain with G. Keegan
Equine biomechanics with G Keegan
Managing equine back Pathology with G Keegan
2015 Equine sports Massage course with IAAT
Canine sports massage course with IAAT
BHS Stage 1 & 2 Horse knowledge & care & riding