Whether you are interested in taking the first steps towards veterinary acupuncture or you are an established acupuncturist looking to further their skills, the ABVA has something for you.

Taking place at venues around the UK, our courses are taught by lecturers with a wealth of experience and a real passion for their subject. Teaching is friendly, informal and contains a practical content far higher than your average CPD. They are great value too!

Browse our upcoming courses below - if you have any questions or would like to make an enquiry about our teaching or any other aspect of veterinary acupuncture, please get in touch using our contact form.

Please note that you must be a qualified veterinary surgeon and a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons to attend an ABVA course.

Upcoming Courses

June

Fascia and the Veterinary Patient
28th June 2019

Location: SMART Veterinary Clinic
Swansea
SA7 9LH

Price: ABVA Members £275
Non-Members £325

Following the success of this cours last year, the Fascia Day is back.  This is a one day course exploring the links between movement, pain and fascia.  Those of you who attended the ABVA Spring Meeting in 2017 will remember Lowri's fascinating introduction to this subject - here is the course you have been waiting for!

Attendees of this course may also then attend the Advanced Fascia course the following day, 29th June. Please book courses separately, but ask our admin office for a local accommodation list. 

 

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Advanced Practical Fascia Day
29th June 2019

Location: SMART Veterinary Clinic
Swansea
SA7 9LH

Price: ABVA Members £275
Non-Members £325

Delegates MUST have attended a previous Fascia and the Veterinary Patient or Sporting Dog Course.

The second in the series of Fascia courses is purely practical, focussing on pattern recognition, fascial acupuncture and fascial release. The aim of the day is to build on the theory from the first course (Fascia and the Veterinary Patient) and to give delegates an opportunity to improve their palpation skills as well as familiarising themselves with fascial release techniques carried out on each other.

 

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