Professional Training in Holistic Animal Therapies
This module covers basic first aid techniques to recognise when an animal requires emergency veterinary
care. It is intended to provide elementary knowledge to allow the animal massage therapist to assist in
preparing the animal to transport to a care facility and does not qualify as any form of veterinary training
by the animal massage therapist.
The anatomy and correct function of the jaw is presented and idenitifed on live animals. Muscular issues
and their resultant functional implications are also discussed and relevant massage and stretching
techniques are presented.
Case Studies to be submit prior to the final exam are discussed and examples are presented. Students
identify potentially suitable clients and complete initial write up of personal case studies.
- Basic First Aid, The Jaw and Case Study Preparation
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Module 5 is offered:
Spring 2016 Series (Condensed): 9-10 July 2016
Autumn 2016 Series: 12-14 May 2017
Autumn 2017 Series: 25-27 May 2018