CN3040 & CN3045 Canine Myofascial Release Level 1 and 2 Package
This page is to register for both the level 1 and 2 Canine Myofascial Courses
CN3040: In this 4-day course, Ruth Mitchell Golladay leads participants through the theory, concepts and application of MFR.
Myofascial Release (MFR) has long been an effective treatment modality for humans, and more recently it has become a frequent choice when caring for horses. Fortunately, the canine population too is now beginning to benefit from this potent therapy.
This four-day course offers the participant the science of MFR, myofascial evaluation of the dog, and techniques to reduce dysfunctions. As usual in the Equinology and Caninology courses, there will be plenty of hands on portions with the dogs enabling you to apply the technique with confidence. Those already certified in Canine Sports Massage or other canine modalities will find this dynamic modality fits in well with their work adding a new dimension. You’ll discover wonderful results with the techniques integrating into your existing routine. Those participants just starting out will find it an easy approach for understanding and applying the work.
Ruth is constantly allowing her courses to evolve with her ever increasing knowledge. Like many of our instructors, she too continues her education and enhances her practices by attending conferences, events, courses and workshops.
Following the course, students will immediately be able to produce positive structural changes whether the problem is an acute or long standing dysfunction with this full body approach.
Time & Location
Springbank Equestrian Centre
25 Robinson Road, Calgary, AB
June 13 - June 16, 2022
CN3045:Join us for this 3 day course! Canine Myofascial Release Level 2 is designed for those individuals who have participated in the CN3040 Canine Myofascial Release I course. Ruth will expand on the MFR techniques and will present techniques to address the body’s dysfunction, enabling better recovery. There will be a great deal of discussion with problem solving combined with various labs. Each participant is asked to share one case study using Canine Myofascial Release Techniques (this is waived for those attending the two courses back to back). Documentation, including initial evaluation, sessions completed, and outcomes will be needed. Any visuals are welcome; please check with the office at least 3 weeks in advance if you require equipment which we may have on hand for your presentation. Ruth will direct class discussion over each case study. For this course the instructor states that the course is very different from the Canine MFR I course. In the MFR I course emphasis is placed on the use of the right brain for listening to the body and using intuition. In the MFR II course, student will initially be using the left brain to investigate the possible causes of certain restrictions and learning clinical reasoning behind the use of the techniques prior to learning new techniques to use in combination with the intuition.
Time & Location
Springbank Equestrian Centre25 Robinson Road
June 18 - June 20, 2022
About The Event
For more information on the course please click on the link below:
- Course Description
- Ruth Mitchell-Golladay PT, EEBW, CMT