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Equine Massage Information Sessions

Jan. 8, London, Ont. – The Darcy Lane Institute School of Equine Massage Therapy invites those interested in pursuing competency in equine massage therapy to attend one of three information sessions scheduled for spring 2012.

January 9, 2012  By Massage Therapy Canada

Equine massage has been
developed to aid the equine world. Just as the human body requires
rehabilitation, relief from pain and stress, detoxification, improved
circulation and joint mobility, so does the equine body. The Registered Equine
Massage Therapist works with veterinarians, coaches, trainers, horse care
specialists and horse owners.

The Darcy Lane equine
massage therapy program is the only registered program of it’s kind in North
America offering the most intensive program, to date, in equine massage. With
the assistance of veterinarians, registered massage therapists, C.E.F.
certified coaches, competitive riders and horse owners, the program has been
designed to provide the student with the expertise to aide the equine athlete
in rehabilitation as well as helping owners maximize the potential of their

Part of what makes this
program unique is that students are taught to consider themselves as an
extension of veterinary health care, not an alternative. Our students work in
conjunction with veterinarians to minimize rehabilitation time and enhance


The program is 2200 hours in length and classes begin in September every year.  

The information sessions
are designed to provide an opportunity for individuals to explore the profession
of equine massage and discover more information about the program offered at
Darcy Lane.

Spring 2012 sessions are
scheduled for:

February 25, 2012

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Saturday, April
14, 2012

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Saturday, May 12,

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM


registration and location information, please contact Darcy Lane School at or call
(519) 673-4420.




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