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Tallgrass continues its creative role in the world of Animal Acupressure by offering Independent Affiliate Instructors located to meet your training needs worldwide.
Jesse Mc Cowan is a Certified Small Animal and Equine Acupressure Practitioner accredited by the Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute. Jesse obtained a Bachelor of Science degree with an Honors Specialization in Animal Behavior from Western University. After graduation she continues her studies and specializes in Animal Iridology, Bach and FES Flower Essences, Co
If you reside in the UK or Europe, please contact: Tallgrass UK for both your hands-on and online training opportunities.
Heather Richardson operates Tallgrass Animal Acupressure UK and is the Lead Instructor offering courses in both Equine and Small Animal Acupressure.
She has a strong background in complementary therapy spanning some 21 years. Heather attended the Raworth International College of Natural, Nutrition and Sports Therapies, gaining qualifications in Clinical and Holistic Aromatherapy and Massage Therapy.
Lawrence Maskill has lived with animals all her life. She is a strong advocate for integrated health and wellness, holistic management and ethical training of animals. Lawrence has competed in and judged Dressage, and instructed for many years. As well as completing her Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute Certification as an Equine Acupressure Practitioner certification she is also an Instructor. She is certified in Shiatsu, equine nutrition, studied equine myofunctional therapy, and is a Master Level Reiki practitioner and Advanced Energy Healer (Esoteric Acupuncture).
Lawrence is the co-director and co-owner of the Australian Shiatsu College in Victoria, AU.
COMING SOON: Save the dates of October 23 and 24, 2021 for the
Introduction to Equine Acupressure class. The course will be held in Victoria, AU (exact location TBA). Course registration details and online course information will be added shortly. Look forward to seeing you in class!
Thank you and enjoy your animal acupressure studies!
To learn more about the profession of Animal Acupressure, visit the National Board of Animal Acupressure and Massage, NBCAAM.