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ConTact C.A.R.E Flinchlock Release provides courses for people wishing to know a way of working with family, sport and work-related injuries, becoming practitioners and also an animal care course.
*  ConTact C.A.R.E Foundation
*  ConTact C.A.R.E Practitioners
*  Animal Care Course N.Z.
Law dictates that all health professionals require 120 hrs. of Anatomy & Physiology training – ONLY this component can be done by correspondence as the student trains with ConTact C.A.R.E Flinchlock Release.

To become a ConTact C.A.R.E Flinchlock Release Practitioner, the student Practitioner needs to have completed the Practitioner Programme of -

- 4 Foundation course weekends

- 4 Practitioner course weekends

- 1 Practitioner Clinic Skills weekend

- 80 completed client sheets

- Anatomy & Physiology training

Once complete, the student Practitioner visits and exchanges sessions with 4 different Practitioners in their clinic set-up.  Then exchange with Kym Summers and lastly, with Dale Speedy.

See 'ConTact C.A.R.E Practitioners' tab for more info. on the ConTact C.A.R.E Training Programme.

Bookings are essential for all courses, please contact us to make a booking.

ConTact C.A.R.E Foundation

The ConTact C.A.R.E Foundation Course is designed for people who wish to know a way of working with family, sport and work related injuries. Also health professionals interested in an approach to working with impact injuries which complement their clinical work.

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ConTact C.A.R.E Practitioners

ConTact C.A.R.E Flinchlock Release is an evolving therapy. The Practitioner course is under permanent peer review.

The Practitioner course teaches you how to explain yourself. 

The ConTact C.A.R.E  Practitioner Programme is designed to provide the understanding of the interconnected Bone-Organ Support System (B.O.S.S.)


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Equine Foundation

EQUINE FOUNDATION COURSES of two day's duration - $300. Instructors - Jonathan Baker, Camille Nelson, Scott Baker. See Course dates below.                       

The Equine Foundation Course covers -

Observations and gesture and the use in gathering information;  shape finding on an Equine;  Finding Heavy bones and master Flinchlocks;  Connecting and releases through Defence Core or Manubrium/Wither;  Basic awareness and ability to read the horse's body language, nature and reactions;  The Flinchlock Release Formula;  Bio-Mechanics;  Balancing of hooves.

After the completion of 1 Foundation Level course, the student can start to gain practical hours whilst completing more of the Foundation Level courses. The student is a 'Student Practitioner'.                 4 Foundation Level courses and 40 hrs. of practical experience allows the student to attend Practitioner Level Equine courses.




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Equine Practitioner

The Equine Practitioner Course covers -

System charts. Each course covers two systems and their relevance to each other and the whole equine structure, systems learnt are dependant on the horses being worked with;  Intensive learning, 1-on-1 training and practice; Practitioner skills;  1st Aid;  Gear relevance;  Rider influence;  Condition protocols;  Horse and rider, putting everything together for fine-tuning performance. 

Each year a Practitioner Skills weekend is available for -

Students ready for assessment to become fully qualified Practitioners;  Practitioners who are already qualified and want to stay refreshed with the latest techniques and knowledge;  Human Senior Practitioners who would like to up-skill their equine knowledge.

The Student Practitioner needs to complete 4 Practitioner Level courses to be accredited as a ConTact C.A.R.E Equine Practitioner and by completing the following criteria -

In between Practitioner Level courses, students are gathering another 80 hrs. practice and 3 case studies;  Anatomy & Physiology of the Equine either by an online learning course, NZQA approved course or by approval of prior learning credits;  2 independent assessments by accredited ConTact C.A.R.E Equine assessors such as Dale or Camille, showing a sound understanding of the equine self-defence systems and their relevance in surprise impact situations;  A good knowledge of the horse's general nature and body language;  Show confidence and efficiency of practical skills relative to a ConTact C.A.R.E Equine Practitioner. 

ConTact C.A.R.E Equine - Advanced Practitioner

To be a ConTact C.A.R.E Equine Advanced Practitioner, the Practitioner needs to fulfill the following requirements -

Be a 'ConTact C.A.R.E' only Practitioner, and working full-time as this in their career;  Be working with horses consistently on a regular basis, and be able to show 500 hrs. of practical;  Have 15 successful case studies;  Present a knowledge study of Hippology, in any aspect of the horse;  Have attended a current Practitioner Skills day within the last 3 yrs.  

Please contact Camille Nelson 0212659423 or info@epona.co.nz for information on Equine Practitioner training.


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Animal Care

A Foundation level course for people who would like to learn about working with pets and farmyard friends, this is covering foundation ConTact C.A.R.E work with dogs, cats, reptiles, birds, goats, sheep, Llamas and whatever other animal friends people have.  These courses are a day's duration. $150.

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ConTact C.A.R.E for Equine Performance

ConTact C.A.R.E For Equine Competition and Performance.

Performance Riding treatment sessions are for riders who would like to excel their performance with their horse. As our horses carry us, so they carry our injuries and pressures. ConTact C.A.R.E releases the body’s Flinchlocks, giving the horse and rider a new natural balance, which can enable the rider to take their performance to a finely tuned level. A ConTact C.A.R.E Performance Riding treatment session is a perfect way to prepare for a show or event. Working with ConTact C.A.R.E and the Flinchlock Release method, balanced riding anchor points, ConTact C.A.R.E self-care techniques and Chi Kung exercises for the rider, instantly improves performance and connection between the rider and the horse. Performance treatment sessions are available through ConTact C.A.R.E Equine, Individual or group sessions available.

See  www.equinecontactcare.co.nz for more details or Contact Camille Nelson info@epona.co.nz for availability in your area. 


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Equine Clinic
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