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Horse enthusiasts, horse trainers, artists, vet techs, veterinarians, riding instructors, breeders, and horse massage therapists are all invited to a six-day workshop on equine anatomy, beginning March 21. Forty hours of Continuing Education Credits available.

Learn more and register here.

Save $250 when you register for this renowned Anatomy in Clay workshop by January 28.

Workshop participants will build the majority of equine musculature in clay on a scale model of the horse, using the EQUIKEN® models from the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System.

The workshop runs all day (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) beginning Saturday, March 21 through Monday, March 23 and the following weekend from Friday, March 27 through Sunday, March 29. The classes will be led by Anatomy in Clay® instructor and founder Jon Zahourek and held at the Anatomy in Clay Centers in Denver, conveniently located adjacent to the Evans Station on the city’s light rail system.

Arrangements have been made for an optional three-day, three-night stay at the Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch in Loveland for participants to ride horses and relax during the break between the three-day sessions.

The cost of the workshop is $1,750. Registrations received by Jan. 28 will receive a $250 discount. Follow this link to register or email [email protected] for more information.

Student Olivia Arbogast gives a powerful testimonial on this deep dive into equine anatomy. Watch this short video.

And in this video equine bodyworker Fiona Migan-Philips describes the realistic presentation of the forms and how impactful the classes were for her work.

Save $250 when you register for this renowned Anatomy in Clay workshop by January 28.

Learn more and register here.

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