Masterson method equine bodywork

Events in the Twin Cities


 

Minnesota Horse Expo, April 26–28

Jim Masterson will be a the Minnesota Horse Expo this year! He is presenting at least 2 demos per day, and also Megan and Jim are both presenting on the topic of bodywork in equine-assisted learning and therapy programs on Sunday morning at 10:00am.

See more at MN Horse Expo: Jim Masterson

Masterson Method Demo, May 5

May 5, 2019
1:00–3:00PM
Majestic Pines Horse Farm,
1770 Majestic Pines Trail, Afton, MN 55001

I will offer a Masterson Method® demonstration and talk, followed by hands-on practice on horses that live at Majestic Pines (please do not bring your own horse). Participants will learn the basic principles of this unique approach to bodywork and practice one or two techniques on horses that they can then take home to their own horse. See more About The Masterson Method.

Space is limited to 8 participants. Pre-registration is required and because space is limited, attendance is not guaranteed. After you register, I will contact you to confirm if you’re on the list (first-come, first-served) and will then provide payment instructions.

Cost: $40.

Thank you for your interest and I hope to see you there!

 

About Me

Megan Dushin

I grew up on a horse farm in New York learning from and working alongside my mother — a lifelong horsewoman and head of the Garrison Pony Club. She taught me to appreciate the Basics, keep horses natural, and aspire to the special union between horse and human.

After a childhood filled with riding, teaching, and competing, I decided to hang up the halter and explore the world outside of horses. I picked up where I left off 25 years later after college, a career, and two kids.

When I discovered The Masterson Method, I felt my calling loud and clear. My studies of kinesiology, movement-based therapies, and body awareness came in handy in this approach to helping horses - through the body and mindful of the horse/human relationship. I’m now able to give back to horses and help them be the best they can be through bodywork.