The EQMT 100 and 300 hour series of classes are a full body massage approach specializing in traditional “Swedish” Massage techniques and is not limited to “Sports” massage only. Sports massage is taught in the course (especially Stress Point work) but is not the only emphasis. Langley Equine Studies specializes in rehabilitative care, foundation massage, myo-fascial release, structural integration and neuro-muscular body work. We also introduce our students to adjunct therapies such as micro-current stimulation, sound-wave and light therapy.
The EQMT 100 series of classes are for licensed human massage therapist, who wants to add “equine” massage to their license or certifications.
- WA State Students: On-line or Long Distance includes 10 weekly lessons (50 Hours) + Lab – 101 (50 hours hands on live instruction).
- Out of State Students: On-Line and Long Distance students from States that do not regulate equine massage, includes 15 lessons and how to videos (doesn’t require “Lab”, but it is highly recommended. Students will need to be able to send video representation of their massage skills to instructor through-out course, for practical evaluation.
The EQMT 300 series of classes are for students who do not have a human massage license. This course includes 40 weekly lessons.
- WA State Students: On-line or Long-Distance students are required to take the 50 hour hands on Lab–101, after completing 250 hours of course material.
- Out of State Students: On-Line and Long Distance students from States that do not regulate equine massage, includes 40 Lessons and “how to” videos. This option doesn’t require Lab-101 but it is highly recommended. Students will need to be able to send video representation of their massage skills to instructor through-out course, for practical evaluation. This course is an in-depth comprehensive class, requiring considerable effort, time and dedication. A student needs to be self-motivated and study outside of class. Successful students need to prepare to study a minimum of 10 hours outside of class a week to succeed.
“YOU WILL LEARN”
Anatomy & Physiology:
Systems of the body & Functions
Kinesiology: Study of movement
Massage Technique: Basic to Advance
Pathology: Equine diseases
Muscles & Fascia
Conformation vs Posture
Fitness & Nutrition
First Aid / Behavior & Handling
Trigger Point Therapy
Acupressure Point Therapy
Equine Fitness & Injury Prevention
Fundamentals of Equine Massage
Advanced Equine Sports Massage
Aromatherapy For Horses