Myofascial Kinetic Lines on the Equine Head – Affected by Training and the Bridle and Related to Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Dr. Rikke Schultz
Sunday 3rd March 2024 @ 14:00 HRS GMT
Myofascial Kinetic Lines on the Equine Head – Affected by Training and the Bridle and Related to Cranio-Sacral Therapy, with Dr. Rikke Schultz
Most of the Myofascial Kinetic Lines attach on the head and can therefore be affected by the bridle and the training position of the head and neck. The anatomy and the lines of the head will be presented and the pressure points of the bridle taken into consideration to understand how it can affect the head locally but also the whole spine. The lines also surrounds the temporo-mandibular joints (TMJ) so if there are problems affecting that, it can manifest as loss of subtleness in the gaits. The attachments of the deep lines to the cranium can affects the cerebrospinal fluid and should be considered in cranio-sacral therapy.
For all attendees, CPD certificates are available, as well as a “view only” recording of the webinar with a 30-day access pass. There will also be a Q and A session with ample opportunity to post questions via our interactive Q&A panel.
Dr. Rikke Schultz
Rikke Schultz graduated in veterinary medicine from University of Copenhagen in 1992. Along with the study she started to be interested in holistic medicine. This made it possible to integrate holistic approaches to regular practice right from the beginning. For 5 years she had a mixed practice in Iceland followed by work in an equine clinic in Denmark for 8 years. She holds international exams in veterinary acupuncture, osteopathy and homeopathy. Since 2005 she has her own mainly equine holistic practice and since 2011 she has attended anatomical research, teaching and censorship at the University of Copenhagen. She lectures and teaches internationally.