FAIRFIELD, IOWA - January, 2016 - Masterson Equine Services announces a LIVE monthly webinar series, “Talk with Jim” with Jim Masterson, the creator of the Masterson Method® of Integrated Equine Performance Bodywork™ The third Thursday evening of each month, 8pm Central. Jim will be hosting an hour of lively, interesting, informative and entertaining discussions on our favorite subject and passion; the horse.
Once a month we manage to tie Jim to the phone/computer long enough for a webinar to discuss topics related to the horse’s body and how we can help the horse in work and in play. Touching on different disciplines and subjects each month, Jim will discuss how to enhance communication and our relationship with our horses through bodywork. In addition to answering questions, Jim will bring to the table horsemen and women from different areas of the horse world who will share their experience and be available to answer questions specific to different fields of interest.
The next “Talk with Jim” is scheduled for January 21st. The first part of the hour, Jim will be speaking with Christie Hebert a Masterson Method Certified Practitioner and Barrel Racer to compare notes on how to make horses go faster, bend easier and maintain their health and career longevity. Jim will take questions related to Barrel Racing fitness and how to keep the horse at the top of his game using Masterson Method techniques.
These LIVE one-hour webinars are held the third Thursday evening of each month, 8pm Central Time. For more information on how to sign up for the webinars, go to: www.MastersonMethod.com/talk-with-jim
About Jim Masterson: Jim Masterson teaches a unique method of equine bodywork, The Masterson Method® for horse owners, trainers and therapists in which the practitioner recognizes and follows the responses of the horse to touch to release tension in key junctions of the body that most affect performance. Using those responses to guide his work, Jim developed a system in which the horse participates in the process by showing the practitioner where tension has accumulated, precisely how much pressure is needed to release it, and when it has been released. The result is an effective method of equine massage bodywork that anyone can learn to use to improve performance while at the same time opening new levels of communication and trust with the horse. Jim was the Equine Massage Therapist for the 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014 USET Endurance Teams, and for equine clientele competing in FEI World Cup, Pan American and World Games competitions,
About the Masterson Method® Jim and his Instructors offer Masterson Method® Weekend Seminar-Workshops, Advanced Courses, Certification and Home Study courses in the US, Europe, the United Kingdom and Australia. For more information on books, DVD’s and educational materials, on The Masterson Method® go to: www.MastersonMethod.com