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advantage of these FREE TELESEMINARS or WEB CLASS ROOMS held the last Monday of the month. We offer our product training in English at 9:00 am ET, and also at 7:00 pm ET. Product training is offered in French at 2:00 pm ET and also at 8:00 pm ET.
Registration is EASY! Call our main office toll-free at 1-800-651-3172 (416-297-6900 if local to Toronto) and ask for Joanne Carr (or email Joanne at email@example.com) to reserve your space or to get the class room web address and entry codes.
To sign on: At the date and time of the scheduled teleseminar, call our education line at 416-915-8692 if local, OR 1-866-850-3418 to save long distance charges; the key-in code is the same for both phone numbers. Wait for the prompt to dial in this numeric code –5751731 followed by the # key. Follow all prompts to be connected.
The 2017 learning schedule. All training seminars run for 30 minutes with a Q&A afterwards.
Arthritis and Pain Management
Protocols for Equine Athletes – Interview with sponsored rider
The Truth About Antioxidants (Herbs, Vitamins & Minerals)
The Importance of Detoxification
Alternative Approaches – Interview with Dr. Jodie Santarossa (Veterinarian)
Insulin Resistance & the Endocrine System
7:00 to 8:00 pm ET. Ask the Good Doctor! – Health Panel. Join us online for a special evening with health professionals. Questions on pet, equine or human health are welcome.
Detoxification Naturally for Horses - We’ve all heard of the importance of detoxification to maintain optimum health. A healthy cleanse can help improve your horse’s health working from the inside out! Learn about the benefits of organ detoxification and how this can help relieve liver diseases, respiratory ailments, and digestive disorders... This webinar will help you understand the importance of detoxification protocols.
Hormone Health for Horses – Hormonal disorders can cause extensive problems throughout the body. Hormones are part of an exceedingly complex messaging system that is important for the collective work of the organs, tissues, bone structures and emotional components in the body. Find out how natural supplements can help support healthy hormone function.
Respiratory Support and Prevention – Equine respiratory diseases are usually environmentally based. Allergies to dust, mold, mites, or other airborne particles frequently occur. Learn how herbs and antioxidants can help support respiratory conditions induced by bacteria, viruses, parasites or exercise.
Performance and Recovery – Maintaining and lowering inflammation is necessary to prevent injury to the sinews of the body; i.e. – the joints, ligaments and supportive fluids and tissues. As equine athletes age, their joint surfaces may become brittle and the joints may lose their lubrication, compromising mobility. Without long term positive support the body and joints can suffer, affecting recovery, endurance and performance. Learn how to improve your horse’s performance and recovery through the use of natural supplements.
Immune Health – The immune system is your horse’s constant surveillance system protecting cells from environmental toxins, viruses, bacteria, allergens and tumor growth caused by free radicals. Find out how natural supplements can improve immune health and keep your horse healthy through all seasons.
Bone, Joint & Ligament Health – Maintaining and lowering inflammation is necessary to prevent injury to the sinews of the body; i.e. – the joints, ligaments and supportive fluids and tissues. As equine athletes age, their joint surfaces may become brittle and the joints may lose their lubrication, compromising mobility. Without long term positive support the body and joints can suffer, affecting recovery, endurance and performance. Learn how to improve your horse’s joint and ligament health through the use of natural supplements.
Digestive Health – The digestive system is where it all begins. Food is consumed, gets broken down and then is metabolized. Without a healthy digestive system the nutrients your horse requires for a long and healthy life would not be available. Learn more about your horse’s digestive tract and gain some useful tips to help maximize nutrient absorption from the diet.
Equine Behaviour and Habits – It makes sense that physical pain, intense exercise, isolation, boredom, discomfort and other stressors will make your horse behave abnormally. Behavioral issues can often be related to food intolerances and an inadequate diet. Ensure your horse is eating a balanced, high quality diet. Learn more about natural supplements that can help support your horse during times of stress.