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If you are unable to attend a $100 fee will be deducted from the deposit refund for study materials that were sent to the student upon registration.

Recent clinic locations include:

US: California, Hawaii, Florida, Alaska, South Carolina, Connecticut, Colorado and Indiana

Internationally: France, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand

Would you like to be on this list?  Host a clinic?
Email April today!

April’s 2018 Clinic Locations:

Clinics for the 2018 / 2019 season are currently being scheduled. This list will be updated as new dates are added and details are finalized, so please check back often.

Arizona - September 28-30, 2018 Level 1

Camp Verde, AZ

 
September 28 – 30, 2018, Level 1
 
Jackpot Ranch
2025 W. Reservation Loop Road
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
 
We have a 14 room bunkhouse with a grand room for meetings and complete Kitchen. These rooms will be available for $50 each per night. 
 
We also have 10 Full RV hookups that will be available for $45 per night.
 
And for the horses, we have 14 outside covered stalls with runs for $10 per night. If someone wants in the barn, we will have limited stalls available for $25 a night plus shavings.
 
Contact:
Amy Finley
928-300-5490
940-445-5861
Instructor: April Battles
Ridgecrest, California - October 5-7, 2018 Level 1

 

Ridgecrest, CA

October 5-7, 2018 – Level 1

Debra Stephens
5942 Bull Run St
Inyokern, CA 93527
661-886-4433
Dswhoated@gmail.com

Registration

Instructor:  April Battles

Florida - October 17-19, 2018 Level 1

Ocala, Florida

October 13, 9 am – 12 pm:  ½ day Seminar, “How to Define Equine Body Issues”

October 17-19, 2018 Level 1

The Parelli Ranch

8695 NW 120th St

Reddick, FL 32686

Contact:

Dan Rexroad
zrexroad@aol.com
407-230-1196

Register for Level 1 3-day Class Here

Instructor: April Battles

Texas - November 3-5, 7-9, & 11-12, Levels 1, 2, & 3

College Station, TX

 

November 3 to 5, 2018 Level 1

November 7 to 9, 2018 Level 2

November 11 to 12, 2018 Level 3

Horse Haven Equestrian Center
7201 Raymond Stotzer Pkwy
College Station, TX 77845
Contact:
Chalise Vandermyde
979-492-9879
Instructor: April Battles

Certified Instructors Clinics

Clinics for the 2018/2019 season are currently being scheduled. This list will be updated as new dates are added and details are finalized, so please check back often.

Canada - July 13-15, 2108 Level 1

Stirling, Ontario, Canada

Level 1 July 13-15, 2018  ONLY AUDITOR SPOTS AVAILABLE!

Harold

722 Harold Rd

Stirling, ON K0K 3E0

Cost: $700 Canadian  minus $200US
Auditor: $275 (minus ($50US)

Contact: Lisa Herrington

lisa.herrington2@gmail.com

613-970-3101

Instructor:  Anne Baron
France July 23-25, 27-29, & 7/31-8/1 Level 1, Level 2, & level 3 (in French)

Ombrée d’Anjou 49520

July 23-25, 2018  Level 1

July 27-29, 2018  Level 2

July 31-August 1, 2018  Level 3

 

Ecurie de la seconde chance

201, La Cochinière Combrée
Ombrée d’Anjou 49520
France

Level 1 cost: 850€ minus $200 Deposit

Level 2 Cost: 750€ minus $150 Deposit

Level 3 Cost: 650€ minus $100 Deposit

 

Emilie Prudhomme
emile.prudhomme@equibezen.be
+32 498/88.60.17

 

Instructor: Emilie Prudhomme

Level 1 Registration

Level 2 Registration

Level 3 Registration

 

Netherlands, August 24-26, 2018 Level 1

Netherlands

August, 24-26,2018    Level 1

Hippisch centrum de waterberg

Schelmseweg 95
6816 SJ Arnhem
Netherlands

Host contact information (contact for questions about the location and lunch):

info@praktijknatuurlijk.nl

www.praktijknatuurlijk.nl

Tel: 06-11100859

Cost: €525
Auditors: €200

Contact:

Lisette Van Dijk

+31650487657

natuurlijkewending@gmail.com

www.natuurlijkewending.nl

Instructor:  Lisette Van Dijk

Register Here

 

Lincoln, California, September 7-9, 2018 Level 1

Lincoln, CA 

September 7-9, 2018 Level 1

Horses Honor, Senior Horse Sanctuary

6600 Garden Bar Road
Lincoln, CA 95648

Cost: $600

Contact:

Dawa Fitzmaurice

dawa@blissfulequine.com

504-470-3378

Instructor: Dawa Fitzmaurice

 

Switzerland, September 7-9, 2018 Level 1

Switzerland 

September 7-9 Level 1  

 

Trix Riedo-Nydegger

Steinlera 2

3186 Düdingen

 

Course: SFr. 500 (Plus $200 deposit)

Auditors: SFr. 250 (plus $50 deposit)

 

Instructor and Contact:

Trix Riedo-Nydegger

Tel.        0041 79 825 35 70

Mail:     trixriedo@bluewin.ch

 Register Here

Horse-Lease and accommodation

charged separately

Grass Valley, California September 21-23, 2018 Level 2

Grass Valley, California

September 21-23 Level 2

11780 McCourtney Road

Grass Valley, CA 95949

Cost: $600

Contact:

Dawa Fitzmaurice

dawa@blissfulequine.com

504-470-3378

Instructor: Dawa Fitzmaurice

Register for Level 2 Here

Portugal, October 19-21, 2018 Level 1

Portugal

October 19-21,2018    Level 1

Their voice Portugal

Monte do vale
9010 Trindade, Beja 7800 761
Portugal

Host contact information (contact for questions about the location and lunch):

 

Email: info@theirvoiceportugal.org
• Telephone: +351 919 171 079
https://theirvoiceportugal.jimdo.com

Cost: €520
Auditors: €200

Contact:

Lisette Van Dijk

+31650487657

natuurlijkewending@gmail.com

www.natuurlijkewending.nl

Instructor:  Lisette Van Dijk

Register Here

Class Descriptions

Level 1 Equine Musculoskeletal Unwinding is all soft work but very very effective in correcting gait abnormalities, saddle fitting issues and mysterious lameness issues. As well as helping the horse to get more wind and thus more stamina as the body can take in more oxygen as well as having more drive and push from the hind end. Soft gentle moves to manually release and keep the skeleton in proper form and function is where we start thus helping the body to load the joints and hoof correctly. Also deep muscle unwinding from the inside out has the horse presenting a body 2″ taller, 4″ longer and they look as if they have gained 20 pounds after a 1 hour session. As well as helping to balance Chakras and Acupressure Meridians. The key is to release the 1st rib which is out in most foals by age 7 months. This creates the high/low syndrome in front hooves. Most professional modalities do not address this issues so then you are always working on the ‘symptom’ and not the cause which is why the chiropractic issues come back.

Level 2 Advanced Applied Kinesiology and Cranial Sacral Unwinding. In this class we go deeper to release the inner core muscles and Fascia all over the body. This Fascia releasing also helps the Organs to relax and glide internally as they should. This helps the acupressure meridians come back into balance as well. The advanced muscle testing kinesiology is about what does this area need to heal? For how long? Then what does the body need to come back to whole health wellness and full potential? Is anything else needed? For how long? Using these methods many horses labeled ‘unfixeable’ have come back to healthy sound happy lives. Cranial bones are addressed as well as the students receiving and giving a cranial unwinding session, to feel in their body what we are giving to the beloved Equines we work on. Many horses with Uveitis, Kissing Spine, Wobblers syndrome and String-halt http://www.thehorse.com/articles/26838/stringhalt-in-horses have been helped in our 3 day workshops as well as private appointments. April@holistichorseworks.com to inquire about private sessions.

Level 3 Cranial Decompression is manually releasing and decompression of the cranial bones from a past head trauma or pull back when tied incident. This creates horses that spook, head shaking, hard to bridle as well as starts the process of Uveitis and since the horse cannot correctly grind their feed sideways they start chewing up and down creating big bulging muscles on their forehead area as well as digestion issues that can create gas and bloating. Just one 45 min session and the Occiput, Parietal, TMJ, Lacrimal bones that are jammed down are lifted up so incredible what can happen in just one session! Before and after pics are on this page http://www.holistichorseworks.com/craniosacral-energy-work/ Not doing this for your horse is what is causing the hooks and waves needing the dental floating. Please please use a Equine Professional that has had the $25,000 worth of schooling to be a Equine Dentist as the horse only has so much tooth growing up out of the gum then they are done.

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