Maureen Rogers is a pioneer and leading expert in the field of Equine CranioSacral therapy work. She is the founder of Equine CranioSacral Workshops - an international education program that offers the most extensive program of study.
Maureen travels internationally to teach, lecture and provide private consultations. She works with horses from all disciplines. This includes competitive horses: Grand Prix show jumpers, to Olympic athletes through to novice, dressage, eventers, hunter/jumpers, racehorses, barrel racers, and pleasure horses. She works in conjunction with veterinarians (both allopathic and alternative), equine dentists, trainers, physiotherapists, farriers, professional riders and horse owners world wide who seek out Ms. Rogers for her expertise.
Ms. Rogers has been a guest on the Rick Lamb Radio Horse Show and The Natural Horse Talk Show with Lisa Ross Williams. She is also the author of of several articles in National and International publications and producer of two DVDs: "Hope for Headshaking - A CranioSacral Approach to Equine Health", and her most recent "Conformation vs Posture Myths Unveiled".
Also, Ms. Rogers was a featured education lecturer at the Equitana Asia/Pacific Melbourne and Sydney Australia programs in 2003, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2011 and at the Equitana Essen, Germany in 2005.
Ms. Rogers founded Equine CranioSacral Workshops in 1999 and has over fifteen years of teaching experience. Her foundation was as a massage therapist, with an extensive education in craniosacral work for humans. She has completed studies and assisted teaching in Visionary CranioSacral Work with Hugh Milne and The Milne Institute. She is a graduate of the Utah College of Massage Therapy.
Maureen's riding experience and love and passion for animals led her to the equine healing world. She has participated in various workshops in equine kinesiology, equine acupressure, equine massage, saddle fit, barefoot trimming and equine dentistry.
Ms. Rogers' education continues to unfold with studies in shamanism (with Marti Spiegelman), indigenous healing arts, which bring depth, connectedness, and vision to her craniosacral work. Anatomy, physiology and other equine sciences round out her studies. Maureen's knowledge and expertise in craniosacral and bodywork extend to small animals and bipeds. She holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Maureen's pioneering efforts have opened doors and changed lives for horses around the world - especially horses with headshaking syndrome.
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