Galen Myotherapy

The world-leader in Canine Myotherapy education, treatment, and research

Canine Functional Anatomy (CPD)

About This Workshop

Expand your learning of functional anatomy with this one day workshop aimed at people who want to further their understanding of the canine musculoskeletal system. This course is ideal for canine massage practitioners, hydrotherapists, vet nurses and students who want to consolidate their existing knowledge.The course is limited to 10 places to ensure individual attention.

Course Content

We will discuss canine muscle placement, the function of each muscle, outlining the origin and insertion. Along with hands on identification on a variety of dogs. At the end of the workshop you will be given an exclusive functional anatomy video talking you through where muscles are located on a dog with an overview of their function.

Please note, we have both dog and handler places and also spectator places available for this workshop.

If you can't make this date, we're also holding this workshop on Friday 3rd March 2020 at our HQ in Bolney


More details about location, your host, and how to enrol

The Day Includes
Date and Time
Friday 15th May 2020
10.00am - 4.00 / 4:30pm

Pawseidon Hydro-Hub, Albany Park, Cabot Ln, Poole, BH17 7BX (See below for map)

Workshop Cost
We have dog and handler places available for this workshop, and also spectator places if you'd just like to come along and observe. The cost of dog and handler places is just £125, and for spectaors it is just £95. The price includes refreshments throughout the day and attendance certificate for your own CPD purposes.

How To Book
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Please note, you don't need to have a Paypal account. If you'd like to speak to us about booking, feel free to send us a quick email

I just wanted to write to let you know how much I enjoyed the one day workshop I attended last December on ‘Enhance the health & performance of your Canine Athlete’.

I found it a very good, interesting course and learnt a lot; the warm up exercise was particularly beneficial. My dog, Dodger competes in Simulated Coursing Events and canine massage is an important part of his preparation for these events. So far this year, he has had a very successful season, including winning the 32 dog stake championship at The Thame Country Show. This win has qualified him for a major final that is to be held later on in the year

Jason Futcher and Dodger