THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST
in becoming a Certified Equine Lymphedema Therapist
HEAL wants to share with you, first-hand, the challenges Kelly experienced with Toby and managing his lymphedema. Unfortunately, Kelly’s experience is quite common!
Many owners, at one time or another, experience feelings of isolation, frustration, lack of support, and lack of knowledge on how to manage this condition effectively.
This is why HEAL developed the FIRST program curriculum in the United States in which equine practitioners have the opportunity to become a certified equine lymphedema therapist.
Equine Lymphedema is not well understood or managed in the states and abroad. This, in itself, presents a host of challenges and opportunities. Take a look at the CELT curriculum and see how we face these challenges!
HEAL believes in transparency and we want you to be prepared to meet the
challenges as well as the opportunities.
This presentation is meant to raise awareness and educate you about the impact of this pervasive condition within the equine community and know that there are solutions to managing this condition!
This presentation will address:
We hope you find it informative and share it with other equine enthusiasts! In this small way, you will be part of a solution! How empowering is that! Pass It On!
Each course is a standalone course and has its own CEU’s associated with it.
1. Home Study: Professional Guide for Professionals: 3 credits ($195)
2. Online Layman’s Grooming Technique: 4 credits ($260)
3. Online Manual Lymph Drainage Massage:
With online classes, you will receive written documentation, PowerPoint presentations with audio, access to the video demonstrations, samples of home study work assignments and worksheets to be submitted for evaluation.
The best part, with the online classes you will be able to incorporate these sets of skills immediately into your portfolio and develop proficiency at the same time!
4. In class 2.5 day session Wrapping = 22 credits ($1430)
The cost of the 2.5-day in-class session is $1430 broken down into two categories.
Horseworks Ranch & Rescue is a 501 ( C) 3 non-profit. Steve Isenhour, the owner, has a passion for draft horses, particularly Belgians. Many of them have chronic progressive lymphedema.
Horseworks Ranch and Rescue will provide you a $700 receipt for your supplies as a charitable contribution.
You will be better prepared to meet the equine lymphedema market challenges.
One of the ways HEAL is meeting the challenges is by making the CELT curriculum accessible, doable, and affordable for the equine practitioner.
The curriculum consists of a combination of home study courses, online courses, and in-class sessions which will provide you the skills, proficiency, and confidence to meet the market challenges.
You pay as you go! When you complete one module you go on to the next module.
It’s that Simple!