Understanding how the body works is the most important part of learning how to become an Equine Therapist. Knowing, understanding and learning to READ the horse - which muscles works together, what happens if one of them is injured, why a horse is presenting in a certain way. Without anatomy we are lost, it is the GLUE that holds everything else together. 

You will begin with the basics of the front end, the barrel and then the hind and how each portion works together. Then we delve deeper and deeper until you can paint a full picture of the horse's body in your mind and how it works. Nature is the most powerful computer programmer EVER!