March 22-24, 2024 Richmond, IL
May 17-19, 2024 Montrose, CO
May 31-June 2, 2024 Suttons Bay, MI
May 31-June 2, 2024 Cicero, IN
In this 3-day seminar, you will learn the basics of how to practice The Masterson Method with horses in equine-assisted services (EAS) programs AND how to help EAS program participants and volunteers/staff do the Bladder Meridian Technique with the horse to release tension, build trust, and deepen connection.
Seminar students will—
Students must meet the following prerequisites:
If you are a Masterson Method Certified Practitioner and interested in pursuing the MMES certification, please contact the MMES Program Coordinator at before registering. We offer a discount to qualified MMCPs interested in assisting and attending. For more information, login to the Fieldwork School Site and look under Resources for our Continuing Education Opportunities.
It [MMES] has helped me really connect helping horses & helping people on a deeper, more meaningful level than I thought possible.
Softening my hands was challenging. I’ve been going around with fists all the time and didn’t even know it.
This course [MMES] was beyond my expectations. I learned so much from the teacher and every person in attendance. My work with horses and people will be new, informed by this experience.
I think when you give, you get something back, as long as the intent is pure. I think about some of the kiddos I’ve mentored or worked with, and the idea that they would be important enough to make a difference in a horse’s life has dramatic effects on them for a variety of reasons.…
Smokey seemed to have a smile on his face as he licked & chewed. As he was relaxing, I felt myself relaxing and enjoying the feedback from him. This was a true give & take experience. By my feeling his willingness & calmness, I became calm. I was able to give him a ‘softer hand’…
This class [MMES] is an incredible way to build connection and trust with your horse and an amazing way to share it with others.
I worked with a client who had serious sexual trauma. She held her feelings inside all the time. Working the bladder meridian made this client realize that the horse was holding onto his feelings too. As the horse responded to her she began crying as she realized she needed to let her own feelings go.…
I have shared the Bladder Meridian Technique with a number of clients, many of whom experience anxiety and post-traumatic stress. These clients have reported experiencing a variety of benefits from the work, including improved energy and focus, mindfulness and emotional regulation, and gratitude for the ability to share something that the horse demonstrates to be…