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Equine Acupressure Hands-On Class on Saturday, March 9, 2024, with Diana at her Farm near Santa Rosa, California.
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“Diana Thompson has done it again! Acupressure Methods for Horses is a complete, accurate, and amazingly understandable guide to acupressure techniques for horses. The eight points Thompson describes are must-know points for horse owners and her explanations are refreshingly clear. This book is the hands-on, take-it-to-the-barn guide for equine acupressure.”
Dr. Chris Bessent, D.V.M., M.S.O.M., Dipl.O.M., L.Ac.
A Leading Holistic Veterinarian and the Founder of Herbsmith

The Acupressure Methods for Horses book, seven online videos, and a laminated chart are in the Acupressure Methods for Horses: Short Online Course.

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Acupressure Methods for Horses:
Comprehensive Online Course

This course includes 33 professionally filmed video lessons, printable charts, case examples, and a library of bonus materials. Instructor Diana Thompson clearly shows you how to use the gentle touch of your fingers or palm to apply acupressure to your horse. She demonstrates how to accurately locate 22 equine points and apply acupressure to them.

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Point Charts for Horses

“Diana Thompson’s book Acupressure Point Charts for Horses is fabulous for all horse people who want to learn about keeping their horses vital, flexible, and healthy. The book offers some of the best photos I’ve seen for locating meridians and Points.”
Cheryl Schwartz, DVM

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Six-Page Laminated Chart

Emergency Acupressure Points for Horses provides medical information and acupressure points so horse owners can support the horse in illness and in medical emergencies. The pages feature 12 color photos showing 30 acupressure points use in Traditional Chinese Medicine for shock, cardiac arrest, heatstroke, colic, respiratory illness, and fever. Step-by-step acupressure instructions are included.

Note: The acupressure points on this chart are not a substitute for medical care. If your horse shows any sign of illness call your veterinarian immediately and follow her advice. 

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