We are now taking expressions of interest for the Equine Shiatsu Diploma course which will commence in September 2017. This highly successful course has been enhanced and now includes an additional 6 ‘post-graduate’ modules. Full details are included in our PROSPECTUS so if you don’t already have one please click the button above or give us a call on +44 (0)1903-814860.
If you are unable to commit to the Diploma Course right now, one way to whet your appetite is to enroll on an intensive Foundation Course. This comprises half a day of human shiatsu and 2 1/2 days horse work including a full body treatment. Although it will not qualify you as a practitioner, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance which will enable you to give relaxing shiatsu to your own or a friend’s horse. The next course will be in Spring 2018, dates to be confirmed. If you are interested please send us an e-mail at email@example.com and you will receive a full Information Pack.
The fee for 3 days is £250 and we will require a £50 deposit to secure your place. Because 50% of students attending this course go on to enroll on the 2-year Diploma Course, we will deduct £100 from your first year fees. And, new for 2017, we are offering students new to the School the opportunity to sit in on a module of the Diploma Course in October. The fee for these 2 days is £170; if you already have a Prospectus, please ask us for an update of the Course Dates & Fees and we will e-mail one to you straight away.
For more information about our course just order a Prospectus and if you would like to see more about our work, you will find a short video on our website. This was filmed on location at Eastlands Farm, Warninglid, West Sussex during an actual course with input from second year students.
The Whilst at Hickstead 4 years ago, I made contact with the two ladies who raise funds for this charity. I was so impressed with the work they were doing in
Whilst at Hickstead 4 years ago, I made contact with the two ladies who raise funds for this charity. I was so impressed with the work they were doing in