An exciting and intensive hands-on equine workshop for equine massage therapists, veterinarians, vet techs, trainers, riding instructors, breeders, horse owners, artists... anyone who wants to understand equine musculature and how horses are made to move.
Learn and remember equine anatomy with ease! You'll build comprehensive equine musculature with clay on scale model horse skeletons during the EQUIKEN® CoreData™ Comparative Anatomy Workshop. Jon Zahourek, anatomist/artist and creator of the ANATOMY IN CLAY® Learning System, will lead you step-by-step through creating the horse's body with clay. This innovative approach makes anatomy both playfully simple and profound, and helps you to retain this knowledge through kinesthetic learning.
See a class in action! Click on the video below:
Discover the underlying simplicity of anatomical pattern that "speaks body language" to your own body, so that your understanding of the horse is as powerfully intuitive and artistic as it is scientific. Build the anatomical "ideas" expressed in evolutionary and embryological events that create the patterns common to the horse and human -- and to all mammals.
The class is planned to be in-person in our spacious workshop in Denver, Colorado.
Following Covid-19 health recommendations, we will observe these safety precautions:
- social distancing, with tables 6' apart
- only 1 person per 6' long worktable
- each person will be supplied their own lab model and materials during the class
- wearing of face masks
- frequent cleaning of shared surfaces
Please contact Mary at 970.213.3778 or 720.570.7820 or email email@example.com.
*No class Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020**