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I grew up loving animals and like many girls, was obsessed with horses. I still haven't grown out of the "I love horses" phase, and continue to actively ride and occasionally compete in cowboy up challenges as well as reined cow horse events. This passion for horses has lead me to pursuing a career in the equine industry. I graduated from Lakeland College in June of 2018 with a diploma in Animal Health Technology. Shortly after completing my practicum, I began working as a veterinary technician at Bluffton Veterinary Services. I work primarily in the equine and large animal department, specifically in equine reproduction. Despite dreaming of becoming a vet tech for a long time while growing up, I knew I needed more. In high school, I took sports medicine as an option which lead me to start exploring equine related sports medicine career paths. In the fall of 2018 I began my journey in equine body work. Since then, I have taken various courses through the Canadian Institute of Equine and Canine Body Works and have over 900 hours of education and training. I am beyond excited to announce that I have recently completed Level 2 in the Equinology program. As a proud member of the International Equine Body Worker Association, I strive to provide the best care I can and am always seeking out continuing education opportunities. It is crucial to me to create a well rounded program tailored to your horse’s specific needs done so through massage, stretches, and exercises. I look forward to becoming part of your horse’s wellness team!






Animal Health Technology - Lakeland College (2016 to 2018)

EQ50: Equine Anatomy - Equinology

EQ100: Equinology Equine Body Worker Certification Course - CIECBW

2018 A Team Approach Dissection Clinic - Energy Equine/Inhand Equine Therapy


EQ900: Equine Anatomy Discovery Workshop - CIECBW

NeuroKinetic Therapy (Equine) - CIECBW

EQ103: Advanced Soft Tissue Techniques, Introduction to Spinal Mobilization, and Clinical Reasoning - CIECBW

2019 Team Approach Dissection Clinic - Energy Equine/Inhand Equine Therapy


2020 Team Approach Dissection Clinic - Energy Equine/Inhand Equine Therapy


EQ25: Intro to Clinical Research Methodology and Analysis - Online Academy of Equine Science

SI and Back Dysfunction - Inhand Equine Therapy


Equine Wellness Conference - Inhand Equine Therapy

Equine Functional Osteopathy Conversion Course (Year One) - Animal Osteopathy International


The Rider's Pelvic Floor Webinar - Optimize Your Ride

Physical Harmony Between Horse & Rider Webinar  - Optimize Your Ride

EQ800: Foundations of Equine Acupressure Level 1 - CIECBW

EQ1200: Equine Cranial Sacral Therapy Level 1 - CIECBW


It is important to us to approach each horse on an individual basis. This allows us to meet their specific needs and target problem areas appropriately, thus, creating a well rounded body work program for your horse. We regularly collaborate with other wellness team members to ensure that your horse is efficiently making progress and all aspects of the horse are being addressed. For Harmony Equine, taking a proactive approach to increase performance is the best form of injury prevention in any equine athlete. No matter the discipline, every horse will suffer from the taxing affects of their sport to some degree. It is our goal to help facilitate harmony within their body in order to maximize performance.



Each horse is approached on an individual basis to meet their specific needs. Problem areas are targeted through progressive sessions to maximize performance. Various modalities help to create a well rounded wellness program for your equine athlete.

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