Dr. Renee Tucker’s BioKinetic Seminar
“Where Does My Horse Hurt”

A Tell-All Seminar Revealing My “Master” Secrets for Ending Horse Problems and Unlocking Potential…


Discover Horse
'Body Checkups'

Body Checkups tell you if your horse needs adjustments…or not.

Gain
Hands-On Techniques

Learn horse alignment techniques so you can do them yourself.

Unlock the
Answer To...

How to figure out what’s wrong.

Are these People Speaking Your Thoughts?

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    Jane, equine massage - horse professional wanting to learn more

    I love horses and have training and licensing to do horse massage. Massage works well, but sometimes I KNOW that horses need an alignment in a few spots. I want to know how to help them with that, so that the massage results will be awesome.

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    Shirley, structural integration bodyworker - a reader of Where Does My Horse Hurt

    When I read Dr. Tucker’s book, I desperately wanted to know if I was doing the Body Checkups correctly. The Checkups give you such valuable information; doing them right was a priority to me.

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    Tom, equine rehab owner and therapist

    I’ve been to every body working class I know to go to. I help a lot of horses, but there’s like 10% I can’t help. Where else can I go? What else can I learn to help these special horses?

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How Would YOU Benefit from Tucker BioKinetic?


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    Add one of the most powerful alignment techniques to your 'Toolbox of Skills'

     

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    Be known as the bodyworker in your area who can fix the tough cases

     

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    Charge considerably more for your expertise with Tucker BioKinetic certification

     

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    Get an 'open-line' to Dr. Tucker. Once you graduate from Level 1, you can call, email, or send video on your cases for a second opinion as much as you need.

     

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    Be part of an elite group of bodyworkers. Dr. Tucker does only a handful of seminars per year, with four students maximum each seminar.

     

Now, if I was thinking of attending a three day seminar, I would definitely want to know something about the instructor.

So, I’d like to tell you something about my background, and how I – a traditional equine veterinarian – got started doing chiropractic in the first place.

Here’s a little bit of my story…

Dear Friend:

When I walked out of vet school, I was young, eager and ready to take on the world.

I thought I knew it all, and was going to ride into the sunset and be an amazing vet who helped all kinds of horses and their owners. I would be a hero.

You should’ve seen me – a horse would be brought into the clinic by their caring owner, frustrated as all get-out, because nobody could find what was wrong. OH MY. How I would look over the horse, give him a checkup, then recall all of my SCIENTIFIC and PROVEN vet knowledge.

I’d reassure the owner, I’d prescribe medicine, I’d advise treatments… I knew it all and their owners had nothing to worry about.

Back then, I would stroke my chin and say “hmmmmm”. I’d use logic and reason and think: because this is wrong, it must mean this is what your horse has… or, because your horse is showing signs of x it must mean he has x.

You know what’s wrong with that approach?

Everything.

Some problems will never go away because the heart of the matter is ignored. Much of today’s medicine treats only the symptoms of the true cause.

Einstein famously said:

You cannot solve problems with the same level of consciousness that created them.Albert Einstein

Well, the same thing goes for your horse(s). You must look deeper than science, logic or typical medical knowledge if you want them to be able to perform and have a pain-free life.

Back then I would also get this nervous, anxious feeling in the pit of my stomach. I would get it when my clients would come back and say so and so treatment didn’t work. Or, “Yes, Renee, she’s doing better but something is still off.”

I’d feel like throwing my hands up and saying “what in the world could be wrong? How am I supposed to solve this? The knowledge I learned in school is telling me it HAS to be this problem. He should be better (long, exhasperated sigh)!!”

What about YOU? Ever had that moment? That moment where you would do ANYTHING, go ANYWHERE, pay ANYTHING just to have your horse (or your client’s horse) out of pain?

Just to figure out WHAT WAS WRONG?

What about you? Ever spend thousands in exams, time and effort in treatment, only for the pain and problems plaguing your horse to not go away?

That feeling didn’t go away for me until I opened my eyes and realized this:

You Can’t Put Problems and Injuries in Little Compartments… You Can’t Just Diagnose the Symptom… You Have to Look at the WHOLE HORSE.

You know, this is what my seminar is really about—

getting you to see the whole horse. Because as they say, “You don’t know what you don’t know!”

At the seminar, you will see how everything is connected…

and in turn, how pains can be healed permanently.

When you have the ability to see your horse this way…

you will no longer have to be utterly dependent on professionals for help. You won’t be left in the dark. And…you won’t enter the land of “Never-ending frustration.”

Why I’m Sharing the Tucker BioKinetic Technique with Bodyworkers (and Horse Owners)

Most Vets don’t use a chiropractic approach—they never learned it in veterinary school, and now they’re too busy in their practice…so when it comes to learning and incorporating it, there just isn’t enough time to do so.

For a while I was hopeful that more veterinarians like myself would learn chiropractic. But there are two main problems with that hope:

There are fewer and fewer equine vets. Currently 95% of vet students are women, and less than 10% plan to do equine medicine.

Because of this lack of equine vets to do traditional medicine, they will become even busier! They just won’t have time to add alternative medicine to their normal workweek.

It’s going to have to be the bodyworkers, for the most part. After all, they’re the ones having to do deal with the repercussions of veterinarians not knowing body alignment.

I’m reminded of this every time I think of my client Julie…

A Case Study

Julie and Dualin’

Julie’s heart’s desire was to help her horse, Dualin’. Julie had already had two different veterinarians do a full work-up (flexion tests, nerve blocks, x-rays, and ultrasounds) on her horse with no results.

Dualin’ would be head-bobbing lame at the trot for five minutes of warm up and then …perfectly fine!

Almost every day.

AND he would be lame on either the left or the right front foot. A true mystery. Julie had gone so far as to take her horse to the state veterinary hospital for a bone scan. No results. As far as the bone scan was concerned, Dualin’ was perfect.

And, by the way, they had already injected most of the joints in his body to see if that would help. Still nothing.

Julie’s deepest desire was to help her horse. But with so many “guesses”, and different “opinions”, and having spent so much money already (nearly $10,000), Julie was almost without hope.

See, Julie and her horse Dualin’ had been at the mercy of her veterinarians and trainers, as most horse people are. She did whatever they said to do because they were the experts. Only, it wasn’t helping at all!

So, when I met Julie with Dualin’ (along with her trainer), the very first thing they said to me was, “If you can’t fix him, we’re going to put him down. You are our last resort.”

I felt kind of stressed! Talk about pressure! But after I went through the 27 body checkups (the same Body Checkups in Where Does My Horse Hurt), I saw that Dualin’ had chiropractic issues that were simple to fix. Ribs subluxated on both sides were his primary problem. As soon as the saddle was on his back, he hurt. After he warmed up, he got acclimated to the pain and pressure and stopped showing lameness.

If anyone had been able to check Dualin’ for chiropractic issues, Julie would have saved so much heartache!

Just think, she was almost ready to put her horse down. Plus, the expense that could have been avoided!

Is the Tucker BioKinetic Technique the Best?

If this seminar sounds interesting to you so far, you may be wondering why this seminar would be better than other options for learning horse body alignment. Here’s why I think the Tucker BioKinetic Technique Seminar is the best:

  • Small class size: four to eight people at most. With this size class, and the fact that each class is tailored to the individual participants learning styles, you WILL know how to do the technique when it’s finished. I’m not going to leave until you do! :)
  • Learn the techniques, yes, but also the LOGIC. The “how to figure it out”. The “wham-bam adjust everything” technique does not help horses in the long run.
  • No other classes teach you to think through the possibilities, the whys, the what could it be and how to eliminate the unlikely.
  • You will be working hands-on horses over 80% of the two days. The chiropractic certification class I went through, guess what? We didn’t do any actual adjusting. Just practiced “setting up” proper angles of techniques. They just didn’t have enough horses or staff for 60 people to try adjusting. Nothing “bad” about it, just simply how it was.
  • You’ll get immediate feedback. Nothing speeds up the learning process for a mentor to be right there for help.
  • Other classes talk about biomechanics, but I talk about “whole horse biomechanics” in simplified terms. Once you know a few simple biomechanical principals, and how to think through them—you’ll be considered a miracle worker!
  • No auditors are allowed. No distractions or pressure having lots of people staring at you when you’re trying to learn.

So What is the Price?

If you’ve read this far, you probably are itching to sign up, but want to know how much the seminar costs.

Well, let’s talk about what the seminar is worth.

Many students who come to the seminar are massage therapists.  Many are Masterson method graduates. Depending on where in the US you come from, the price you charge for your services varies widely. People charge from $25 to $180 for a horse massage.

Regardless of the starting point, Tucker BioKinetic graduates agree they can raise their fees at least 25%.

As soon as you gain practice in the Tucker BioKinetic Technique, you will be surprised how your name spreads. As word of what you can do, what you can fix, and how long your bodywork services “hold”, you will be the “in demand” person.

Once you complete Tucker BioKinetic, you are able to help horses on such a higher level of expertise, that you can easily add 25% to your fees.

  • What would it be like to start working only when you decide, and not at the whim of clients?
  • What would it be like to take a vacation?
  • What would it be like to spend more time exploring other interests?
  • What would it be like to spend more time with your children and/or significant other?

Start dreaming now, because it’s going to happen.

The Price for the 2 Day Seminar is $1997usd.

Here’s What You Get

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    Tuition includes lunch for two days and course materials

     

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    Two full days of interactive hands-on horse work

     

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    Tucker BioKinetic Alignment Technique Level 1 for the horse's body (not the legs)

     

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    Hands-on Seminar with wonderful therapy horses

     

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    Small class size (eight students maximum) creates optimal environment

     

Just think how good it’s going to feel when you KNOW what to do for your horse. Or your clients’ horses.

And how affirmed, delighted, and blessed you will feel when others ask you for help with their horse.

Prerequisites:

  • Comfortable and confident around horses

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