We are now accepting our next cohort of students into our Equine Fascial Therapy Practioner Program. We only accept six students in each cohort. Accepted students can start online prerequisites immediately. Our next Preliminary Workshop is Jan 3-6, 2019
Equi-Librium Institute proudly offers practitioner certification in Equine Fascial Integration Therapy- EFIT.
This powerful bodywork is not equine massage. This modality is based on myofascial release techniques and human structural integration therapy, re-establishes long lasting equilibrium and balance in the body through fascial manipulation, release, and tissue re-integration.
WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE EQUI-LIBRIUM INSTITUTE FOR EQUINE BODYWORK TRAINING:
Equi-Librium Institute offers a comprehensive training program that covers bodywork skills AND relevant equine health and equine management topics. This allows our graduates to be extremely well prepared practitioners. To our knowledge, we are the ONLY bodywork school that provides such a well-rounded training.
Our instructors are active practitioners AND seasoned educators.
Our unique combination of online materials and hands on workshops allow for maximum flexibility while not compromising on training quality.
This is a progressive program. Preliminary courses need to be completed prior to intermediate and advanced courses. All online courses for each level must be completed prior to attending that level's hands-on workshop. Click the links below to register or view more information.
- Fundamentals of Breeds and Disciplines
- Fundamentals of Equine Sociology and Physiology
- Fundamentals of Equine First Aid
- Fundamentals of Equine Physical Exam and Restraint
- Contraindications for Bodywork
- Theory of Equine Fascial Release and Integration Therapy
PRELIMINARY HANDS ON EFIT WORKSHOPS
Click HERE to see our workshop schedule!
- Nutrition & Gastrointestinal Health
- The Equine Hoof I: Anatomy, Physiology and Maintenance
- Anatomy for Equine Professionals
- Fundamentals of Lameness Evaluation
- Practice & Client Management for Bodyworkers
- Equine Biomechanics for Bodyworkers
- Case Studies in Equine Health