4 Animals Course 13th/14th September
for Animals Course information.
to Essential Oils Therapy for Animals
1 - Introduction
everything you need to know to start using essential oils safely
and effectively on your own animals including: the properties and
uses of approximately 22 essential oils, how to blend them and offer
them to animals, how to use kinesiology to help select the oils.
2 - Practice
oils, more Kinesiology, personal practice. Putting to practice everything
you learnt in day one with in depth study cases.
two day course covers all you need to know to use the oils on your
own animals. Places are limited so reserve your place early.
per day : £55.00 including lunches. Deposit: £20.00
courses will be held nr Biggin Hill, in Kent. If you would like
to be placed on the list and for us to contact you when the dates
are finalised please e-mail us 0n: email@example.com
is a certified Essential Oils for Animals Therapist and a member
of GEOTA, the profession's regulatory body. She has worked with
animals all her life and loves to share with others
all she has learnt from her life-long passion for animals and their
grew up in England, pony clubbing and generally tearing around the
countryside and early on discovered she had a way with difficult
horses. Maybe its because she was a difficult child and could
empathise with them! She believes empathy is the key when working
lived and worked in America for several years where she learnt a
lot from the cowboys she was working with as horse wrangler
on a cattle ranch. She then went on and developed a system for teaching
riding based on the martial arts and body awareness techniques as
a way to help humans and horses communicate better. This lead to
the Riding Raps series of audio tapes for riders.
returning to Britain in 1996 she decided to focus on the rehabilitation
of problem horses, this in turn led to the discovery
of the usefulness of Essential Oil Therapy.
first she was rather sceptical about the claims made for essential
oils as she is not a person who believes in things blindly. But
the horses, and other animals she has treated, responses to
the oils is too clear for doubt and sometimes their recovery has
been nigh on miraculous.
the oils are not a substitute for qualified veterinary care and
need to be used according to instructions, there is a place for
them in the medicine cabinet of every animal owner..... and she
would like to teach you how to use them