SENSE Method of Movement Education
I am a SENSE Method practitioner in Langley, British Columbia. This very gentle and subtle form of hands-on movement and awareness education is used for rehabilitation or prevention of injuries in horses and companion animals. SENSE addresses the nervous system, and is an educational experience for the animal that assists him in reorganizing his body to allow greater range and freedom of movement. It is particularly useful for horses in regular training to prevent tight muscles due to repetitive exercise, for horses recovering from injury or movement problems, or for horses with behavioral/attitude/sensitivity problems.
For more information on the SENSE Method of equine /canine movement and awareness education please visit the SENSE website.
For an article I recently wrote about movement education for people and animals, please click here.
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Last updated July 26, 2001
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