Equi-Bow Certified Practitioner Directory Equi-Bow Canada : Turn Your Love of Horses Into A Career

Equi-Bow Canada is now accepting registrations for our Equi-Bow Foundation Series 2021! This is the first

level of our Practitioner Certification Stream and is open to anyone who's interested in learning more about the Equi-Bow Technique and our foundation protocols. This course will be a combination of online learning and in- person hands-on learning in small class groups. Online learning begins February 15th, 2021 at your own pace with our first in-person classes tentatively booked for the end of March * Pending COVID-19 Restrictions*

Katherine Curran Soft Hands Equine Support

14367 Fifth Line, Limehouse, ON L0P 1H0 905-699-7223

Equi-Bow Practitioner

Equi-Tape and Level 1 Sure Foot Practitioner Animal Care Certificate, Sheridan College

Equine First Aid Certificate, Equine Guelph, University of Guelph Servicing Halton Hills, Erin, Rockwood and surrounding areas.

Fire Horse Performance Bodywork

Julia Merritt BAH, MLIS, CEBP, CETP

Facilitating success through improved movement and well-being

Serving GTHA, London, and surrounding areas


Hand in Hand Equine

Services Kathy Hanneson

Certified Equi-Bow Practitioner

Certified Masterson Method Practitioner

Based in Guelph - (519) 994-8483

Supporting Mind & Body Michele Galer RVT

Certified Equi-Bow Practitioner Equi-Tape Practitioner

Sure Foot Level 1 Practitioner Located in Flamborough

(905) 961-6559 • Alice Zammit-Maempel B Sc., Dip ICAT

Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist Canine/Equine Shiatsu Practitioner

Certified Equine Kinesiolody Taping Practitioner Certified Equi-Bow Practitioner

(905) 348-0798

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Association and Club Directory Big Creek

Advertise Saddle Club We offer a full day of horse showing for all ages.

Our family oriented shows are fun and competitive. With two beautiful show pens we offer classes

for a variety of disciplines including games riding, western pleasure, and english pleasure.

Find out more on our Facebook page - or email

your Club or Association Here! Call

(905) 387-1900

ARABIAN HORSE CONTACT Arabian Horse Association

of Eastern Canada

For exciting events such as shows, trail rides, clinics & fun! Compete for year-end awards, youth teams, youth scholarships, Rookie Award, ARRAB & much more. Visit for news, events, membership, horses for sale, etc.

Please call Jill Barton for more details (613) 386-3195 or

The Canadian Quarter Horse Association is an affiliate of the AQHA. Annual membership is free to current mem- bers of AQHA. To enroll on-line, visit the CQHA web site:, and choose “Membership” section. Choose “Affiliates” to link to provincial Quarter Horse & Racing Association sites.

Contact: CQHA President, Gilles Seguin, ph: 613-293-6176, email:

• Certified Equine Massage Therapist • Reiki Master

• Certified Equi-Bow Practitioner • Certified Equi-Tape Practitioner • Certified Animal/Canine Bowen Therapist

Catherine Slaney, PhD Phone: 647-963-1797 Email:

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Ganaraska Forest Horse Club

We are a recreational trail riding club that is devoted to developing a fellowship

with other equine enthusiasts and respecting all user groups enjoying the forest.

• Ride the many trails in the Ganaraska Forest • Promote safe trail riding practices and good horsemanship • Maintain and develop equestrian trails in the Ganaraska Forest

Enjoy the BBQ lunches available at our organized rides Be sure to check out 2020 GFHC Events

Western Ontario Region Pony Club

Located in Western Ontario, we are a region of the Canadian Pony Club dedicated to encouraging youth leadership, responsibility and

compassion through education and stable/horse management.

Welcome to The Power Of Touch Offering Mind & Body Balancing through a variety of healing modalities including:

JULIE PONESSE [ artist ] @julieponesseart

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