Tish Graf, Equine Acupressure Practitioner
Southwest Michigan, USA
Phone: 708.927.2309
Email: Bugbane@aol.com
Website: www.midwestequinetherapeutics.com

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Tish is an equine animal practitioner certified with Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute. She offers her services on site, and serves Northern Illinois and the surrounding areas. In addition, to her equine acupressure certification, Tish is also certified in equine massage and saddle fitting, and has completed extensive coursework in equine myofascial release. She is a yoga instructor who specializes in teaching yoga to equestrians, and is grateful for the privilege to own and show her American Saddlebred horse and Hackney Pony.

Sheryl Mankel, Equine and Small Animal Acupressure Practitioner, NBCAAM 
Connected - Healing, LLC
Sand Lake, MI
Phone: 616-636-8243
Email: sheryl@connected-healing.com
Website: connected-healing.com

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As a teenager, horse ownership became a reality, with all of the ups and downs. In the early years, I would ride anything as long as it was 'green' broke. That gave me a huge depth of experience to draw on when I am watching how my clients/horses are interacting with each other. Even though I might have chosen not to ride some of those 'early' experiences with my new found knowledge, I did realize the knowledge I had obtained from the racing enthusiast, cattle workers, 4-H kids, rodeo, hunt seat, dressage riders, all bring different ideas to the table, proving there are different ways to accomplish desired results.

I received my practitioner education through worldwide and well renowned Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute, Larkspur, CO. I am certified through NBCAAM. Acupressure is a non-invasive safe modality. Ask me about my success stories! I have partnered with veterinarians in working with EPM, uveitis, hormone issues, puncture wounds, colic, etc. My acupressure sessions have helped horses that are not picking up the correct leads, are not able to stand comfortably for the farrier, training issues connected with emotional or mental issues and just plain getting along in the herd. The best part…after we establish a session plan; you can participate in helping your horse! I can show you how and where to activate points on your own animal. In 2013, I continued my education with an Essential Oils class through Tallgrass Animal Acupressure. These classes were held at Hocking College in Ohio. As in acupressure, animals are very in tuned to oils.

Annette Hamilton
Howell City, MI
Email: hamiltonl9@aol.com

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