Avoca Park, 411 Tschampions Road, Macclesfield , Victoria, Australia
This workshop is directed towards anybody interested in understanding how a horse is muscularly put together….. Sharon does her dissection in such a way that absolutely maintains the respect for the horse and is not at all confronting for the participant.
I can not recommend this workshop enough for any serious or amateur competitor or horse enthusiast as well as the Equine bodywork practitioners to see what they are working on under the skin.
“The Bone Lady” – Dr. Sharon May-Davis is one of Australia’s leading experts in the biomechanics & musculoskeletal system of the equine. Her passion has lead her all over the world working with top performance horses and sharing her exceptional understanding of the equine. She is highly desired for her depth of knowledge on how the horses body works under the skin and her ability to share that is incredible. She gives her knowledge unconditionally and I personally have found this very refreshing.
There is a 20 max participant limit….. $530 for the full clinic.
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon teas included. ($20 additional for GF Option)
Accommodation is available for participants.
“Huge thanks Avoca Park for hosting the Sharon May-Davis clinic last weekend, what an incredible experience learning so much more about horse anatomy, health and welfare from the very best, plus venue and other attendees terrific too”
– Jo Drummond
“Thank you for the 3 days with Sharon May Davis – the clinic was run professionally; the food and accommodation were also awesome, and we felt very welcome”
– Anne – Marie Cowell
“Highly recommend Avoca Park for their lessons, clinics, educational seminars & workshops. I’ve been having lessons there for the past 6 months, with my own horse, Albert, & am so impressed with how far we have come together! I’ve also been lucky enough to participate in their Carol Layton nutrition workshop & Sharon May Davis dissection clinic. Thank you, Avoca Park for providing the ultimate educational hub for horse enthusiasts”
– Natasha Zeimer