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Equine Acupressure: A Working Manual (4th Edition)
by Nancy Zidonis, Amy Snow, & Marie Soderberg
This book is a step-by-step guide to equine acupressure with lots of charts, photographs and illustrations. It is perfect for owners, trainers, and healthcare practitioners to enhance the horse's performance, health, and well being. Acupressure helps people connect with their own healing abilities while contributing to your sense of partnership in the horse's soundness.
Profile: ISBN # 0-0645982-3-X; 164 pgs; Spiral Bind - $30.95; Perfect Bind - $29.95
Reviews. . .
"The authors have done a superb job of making the basics of equine acupressure understandable and useful for horse owners. The book begins with an overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine, continues with chapters on the meridian system and point location on the horse, and then gets down to business with chapters on structuring an acupressure treatment, point selection for the treatment of specific conditions and maintenance treatment.
Things I particularly like about this book...it is mindfully written and illustrated. The text is easy to follow, and the book contains an abundance of simple drawings and photographs that clearly depict what the authors are trying to convey."
-Christine King, BVSc, MACVSc, MVetClinStud
Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, July-September 2006
"This information puts you in touch with the horse. An excellent resource!"
-Potato Richardson, Winner of the 1998 Tevis Cup
"The authors of this book have done something truly remarkable. They have created a book, as well as a tool, that encourages and teaches a hands-on approach to health. This manual empowers people, giving them the ability to participate in the health and wellbeing of their horses."
-Shelly Hawley-Yan, Director, Animal Alliance of Canada
"This book does for equine acupressure what my books do for human acupressure, presenting the traditional theory in an easily digestible way and making it very do-able. Just by reading this book and trying the simple stretches and the point 'recipes' for common problems, you can help your horse's health."
-Iona Marsaa Teeguarden, MA, Author and Renowned Acupressure Teacher