Equine Shiatsu courses
| We run a number of different types of courses to cater for different needs.|
Introductory weekends are designed to be hands-on to teach an owner, or carer, some simple shiatsu techniques to help their own horse.
The longer course is to practitioner level, as set down by the Equine Shiatsu Association. This course is ratified by the association, which was set up to support equine shiatsu practitioners and to help maintain standards within equine shiatsu.
Post grad courses are open to anyone working in equine shiatsu, regardless of where they trained. A variety of different subjects will be covered, as well as furthering equine shiatsu knowledge, to assist practitioner to develop their skills
The Scottish School of Shiatsu for Horses
| Now recognised as Europe's leading school in Equine Zen Shiatsu, students come from many different countries to study equine shiatsu with Liz Eddy, one of the most experienced teachers in this field. Established in 2001, the school is based in Scotland but has successful branches in France and Finland. |
Liz travels to France at least once a month to teach where she is ably assisted by Pascale Philpott and Christian Pequillet and to Finland four times a year, where she is assisted by Susanna Tuisku.
Students, past and present, include equine osteopaths, equine dentists, blacksmiths and vets.