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TCVM

Understanding Traditional Chinese Medicine

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24th March 2021

Why do we work with the “Gallbladder” when practising Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupressure and acupuncture on horses even though horses do not have a Gallbladder?

When studying and/or practising TCM we are asked to enter and open up to a way of thinking that is very different to what we…


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Equine Acupressure

In Winter

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12th January 2021

Is it equally as cold in your part of the world?

While our winter started rather wet than frosty, we were finally able to enjoy beautiful snow rides including a nice canter through powdery white at the weekend. The joy did not last long as it was replaced by hard…


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5 Elements TCVM

Five Phases of Transformation in TCM

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3rd November 2020

One of the reasons why I practice Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is that it always looks at horses, animals, people … in relation to their environment and also addresses cyclical changes in the environment and in nature that in a similar way can be found in our bodies and…


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Acupuncture

What does an Equine Acupuncture and Acupressure Treatment actually involve?

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1st November 2020

In a first step, a visual examination of the horse to be treated is undertaken, which is followed by a detailed anamnesis and inquiry of the owner / handler and further examinations. These include the palpation of the horse’s body, including diagnostic points and areas.

Based on these observations and…

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