Course Title: Acupressure Methods for Horses Online Course
Instructor: Diana Thompson
Office phone: (707) 542-4646
Registration begins Tuesday, August 20, 2019. Note: Enrollment is limited.
Registration ends Friday, August 30, 2019, or earlier if the class is full.
Money Back Guarantee
If you are not satisfied with the course materials, let us know by September 17, 2019 (four weeks from the beginning of the course) and we will refund your payment.
The course features more than 30 step-by-step video lessons that show you how to do acupressure on horses. It includes information on the locations and uses of 22 equine acupressure points, printable charts and text documents, and other materials. It is a self-paced guided learning program without tests.
Note: The Part One materials are available to students as soon as they register for the course.
Diana Thompson will be available to answer student questions and provide other support from August 20, 2019, through December 10, 2019. During that time, she will communicate with students on a regular basis using e-mail, audio and/or video sessions.
Students have access to the online materials until October 1, 2020.
The Online Course materials are divided into two sections: Part One and Part Two
Part One Course Materials
The Part One materials are available to students as soon as they register for the course.
The materials include 17 high-quality video lessons, printable point information, and other written study materials. In this part of the course, Diana explains core concepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and acupressure. She uses classroom exercises to teach students how to organize their bodies and hands to feel the qi energy of an acupressure point. She demonstrates how to apply acupressure to horses using two different methods. During hands-on horse demonstrations, Diana shows students how to accurately find the locations of nine powerful equine points and how to apply acupressure to them.
Diana’s proven hands-on methods are easy to learn, safe to apply, and remarkable in their positive influence on horse health and performance. Her step-by-step instruction gives each student a solid, accurate foundation so they have the knowledge and methods they need to apply acupressure successfully to their horse.
Part Two Course Materials
The Part Two materials will be available on or before September 30, 2019.
The materials include at least 14 more video lessons, additional point charts, and written study materials.
In this part of the course, Diana deepens the student’s ability to apply acupressure by teaching them the theory and hands-on techniques of an advanced acupressure method. She demonstrates how to accurately find 13 additional equine points and explains how to use combinations of the points in the program – a total of 22 points – to support the horse in many different situations.
Note: Additional materials will become available in October and November, 2019.
Required Course Text to be Purchased Separately by the Student
The 136-page book: Acupressure Methods for Horses, Calm Your Horse, Support Health, and Improve Performance with 8 Powerful Points by Diana Thompson must be purchased separately by the student for online course study purposes.
An e-book version of the book will be available to purchase from Amazon.com in August, 2019.
Questions? Contact Instructor Diana Thompson through an e-mail or phone call.
Diana’s e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Diana’s Office phone: (707) 542-4646.
Other Group Classes
Diana teaches group classes in equine acupressure, massage, bach flower essences, and other methods at her farm near Santa Rosa in Northern California. She also teaches a course in the Equine Science Department of the Santa Rosa Junior College: Equine Science 151, Equine Acupressure and Massage.
Dates and class formats to be announced.
CLICK HERE TO SEE BIO & FARM SECTION of the website for more information about Diana, her facility, and her education.
Private Lessons with Diana at her farm near Santa Rosa, California
Learn acupressure, massage, range of motion exercises and other methods while working with Diana’s horse or yours. Contact Diana to discuss lesson details.
Office phone: (707) 542-4646