Craniosacral therapy is a holistic way of treating the horse. Equine craniosacral practitioners apply specific hands-on techniques to the horse’s body to release restrictions in the musculoskeletal system and in the fascia, a tissue that weaves the whole body together like a spider web. Newly adapted to the equine industry in the last decade, craniosacral therapy is a uniquely efficient way to keep horses in biomechanical balance and maintain skeletal and muscular health. Craniosacral therapy is highly effective in treating both acute and chronic injuries.
By reducing thinking levels and quieting down our busy minds we can create a peaceful environment where animals can relax and let go of mental and physical stress. This peaceful environment also opens up space to communicate and listen to each other. Many behavioral problems exist because animals and humans react to each other’s negative feelings or stress. The Trust Technique breaks this cycle of reaction and makes everything peaceful and calm. Read more here. Through this link you can watch the first chapter of the video course for free.
Iridology is a safe, painless and non-intrusive form of diagnosis via the study of the iris using magnification. In this way inherited genetic strengths and weakness plus tendencies towards certain organ/system dysfunctions may be ascertained. Many illnesses are simply symptoms of an organ malfunction, iridology can reveal the root cause of the illness so that the right treatment is easier and more effective. Professional iridologists agree that acute, sub-acute, chronic and degenerative conditions of the body are all reflected in the iris. The Ellen Collinson Equine Iridology Course is now available online.