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Links to Students’ Sites

The following is a list of some of the students who have qualified with The School of Equine Shiatsu and who have developed their own web-sites:

Jane Clifford was a member of our Silver Group from 2006 through to completing Post Grad in 2009. Jane then undertook a course in human shiatsu with Markus Grasser at the European Shiatsu School (ESS) in Brighton. She now has her own human and equine practice based in Ashington, West Sussex and has also worked with Jill at a day centre for clients with special needs. You can visit Jane at her brand new web-site:

www.janecliffordshiatsu.co.uk  

Jane Horsman was one of our very first group of students and now offers equine shiatsu as part of a complete healing and therapy service. You can e-mail Jane on:

theanimalhealer@hotmail.com  or visit www.animalmagic.me.uk

Donna Hammersely travelled from Norfolk for 2 years and qualified in 2005

www.dmhshiatsu.co.uk

Erika Sundt qualified as part of the same group

www.sundt-therapies.co.uk

Nick Sanders now runs his own equine learning centre in Brecon.

www.rowanoaklivery.co.uk

Sue Eaton trained with us in Devon and now has her own equine shiatsu practice, within a 50-mile radius of Buxton, Derbyshire. You can e-mail Sue on:

 sue@sueeaton.freeserve.co.uk or visit www.intouchwithhorses.co.uk

Maite Gallego is now practicing equine shiatsu in Spain. You can e-mail Maite on gallegomaite@hotmail.com

Gema Milne saw the course as an opportunity to complement her behaviour knowledge and uses shiatsu as a tool for behavioural issues.  Gema is a Behaviourist and Equissage Massage Therapist and has recently qualified in Equine Iridology. Iridology is all about the eye, very similar to reflexology - whatever happens inside the body is mapped through the eye and shows colour change in the iris. Depending on the colour of the area depends on how far tissue damage has occurred, great for information in finding out about previous illness in a horse and also what areas are prone to future problems. We are hoping that Gema will be joining our teaching group during this summer, her breadth of skills will considerably enhance our knowledge base.

www.naturalhorsetherapy.co.uk

Gail Smith qualified in 2006 as part of the same group as Gema.

www.delicate-equine.co.uk

 



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