The Bowen Technique for Animals with Deborah Stallions (Class Only)
This is a two day class based on Milton Albrecht’s Bowen Technique notes and 22 years of hands-on animal practice by Deborah Stallions. A Study that has been instrumental in developing her “Body Mapping Technique,” Deborah has been a volunteer since 1993 with the Placer County Sheriff’s Department Search and Rescue Canine Unit. She has trained and certified four dogs in wilderness (lost person), weapons, and forensics. Deborah has a unique Bowen Technique practice specializing in horses and dogs. The Parker School of Bowenology is honored to be able to present this class to students with Bowenology training Level 1 and 2 or equivalent* and a true desire and ability to help animals. The first day of class includes working on and with Deborah’s search dogs “Whitney” and "Raine" at the Parker School of Bowenology in Auburn, CA. Whitney has assisted Deborah in teaching all her classes and brings something very special to the canine portion of the animal training classes. Raine is the newest member of our team and she loves the students. The second day of training we will be working on and with a horse. The venue for this class will be at Wes and Jolean’s home in Cool, CA working on Jolean's horse, "Awesumm." He is a gentle, kind and seasoned Bowen Technique recipient and enjoys students working on him.
A certificate for 15 hours of instruction will be presented to all students completing the class. Thirty documented hours of practice sessions on canines or equines are required to take the final examination. Final examinations are available by appointment through the school office. This final examination is presented by Deborah Stallions in a 2-hour format.
Tuition for this 2 day 15 hour course of study is $700.00 plus materials fee of $30 (Bowen Technique for Animals Manual).
April 7 and 8, 2017
September 8 and 9, 2017
* Jolean or Wes Parker will evaluate students for eligibility for the Bowen Therapy for Animals Training Class with Deborah Stallions.
Bowenology Animal Practitioner Program
155 Hour Bowenology Animal Practitioner Program OR 205 Hour Bowenology Animal Practitioner Program
(A) Student/School Interview,
(B) Experience working with small and/or large animals,
(C) 155 or 205 Hour Equine/Canine Course of Study with the Parker School of Bowenology:
(1) Bowenology Level 1 (2 day 15 hour class).
(2) 12 Documented Practice sessions (13 hours).
(3) Bowenology Level 2 Class (2 day 15 hour class).
(4) 12 Documented Practice Sessions (13 hours).
(5) Bowen Therapy for Animals Class (2 day 15 hour class, the first day the canine work will be taught and the second day the equine work will be taught).
(6) Thirty (30) Documented Practice Sessions performed on Equines and or Canines, depending on your specialty. (30 hours).
(7) Final Examination with Instructor.
(8) Animal Practice Management Class:
During this 2 hour session all the required documents will be collected and processed through the Parker School of Bowenology, information will be provided regarding managing appointments and client communication, policies and procedures, professional code of conduct, healing mission statement, scope of practice and standard of care. At this time the student will receive the final Certificate of Completion as a Bowenology Animal Practitioner.
(9) 100 Hour Canine or Equine (Distance Learning Anatomy Course):
This on-line course from Equinology.com in available for an administrative fee of $95.00 for the Equine Course EQ50 and $45.00 for the Canine Course CN3005. (Prices may change from Equinology without notice as they are an independent company). The Student chooses which animal they would like to specialize in and upon completion of this course will receive a certificate of completion from Equinology. This certificate of completion will give the student 50 hours toward the Parker School of Bowenology Animal Program. It will also apply toward 50 hours of continuing education with NCBTMB. If a student decides to complete both Equinology anatomy courses for horse and dog 50 hours will be added to the final certificate of completion from Parker School of Bowenology. Equinology, Inc will require separate administration fees for each course and upon completion will provide two separate certificates of completion, one for Equine Anatomy Distance Learning and one for Canine Anatomy Distance Learning. This on-line work may be started at any time during the process of completing the 155 or 205 hour program.
Equinology, Inc contact information: Office phone: (707) 884-9963,
Web Site: http://www.equinology.com/
--Bowenology Level 1; $500.00 plus materials fee of $95.00
--Bowenology Level 2; $500.00 plus materials fee of $30.00
--Bowen Therapy for Animals Class $700.00 plus materials fee of $30.00.
--Final Examination with Instructor included in Bowen Therapy for Animals tuition.
--Animal Practice Management; $200.00
--Equine Anatomy Distance Learning. Administration fee $95.00
--Canine Anatomy Distance Learning. Administration fee $45.00
--155 Hour Bowenology Canine Animal Practitioner Program; $2,100.00
--155 Hour Bowenology Equine Animal Practitioner Program; $2150.00
--205 Hour Bowenology Equine and Bowenology Canine Animal Practitioner Program; $2,195.00
Submit a registration form or call us for more information at (530) 888-7263.
Animal Practice Management Class (Program Completion Certificate)
Animal Practice Management Class:
During this 2 hour session all the required documents will be collected and processed through the Parker School of Bowenology, information will be provided regarding managing appointments and client communication, policies and procedures, professional code of conduct, healing mission statement, scope of practice and standard of care. At this time the student will receive the final Certificate of Completion as a Bowenology Animal Practitioner. Tuition for this class is $200.