Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage

Equine Massage Level 2 Correspondence

Offered online via correspondence

NBCAAM National Test requires additional hours, students will need to attend at least 1 level on-site.

Correspondence programs are not eligible for Washington State license.

Equine Massage Level 2

(Equine Sports Massage Therapist, ESMT)



(158 home study cognitive hours)

This level is not just for the people in the sport industry, these animals can include the weekend warriors, trail horses, retired racehorses, etc. This level focuses on:

  • In-depth equine anatomy and organ systems, introduction to kinesiology
  • Pre-massage considerations with athletes
  • Strokes and techniques of sports massage
  • Introduction to topics like saddle fit, dentistry, and more
  • Post massage considerations specific to athletes
  • Specific conditions relating to athletes
  • Building your practice in the sports industry
  • Pathologies relating to athletes

Once you are ready, there will be a final written exam to take, in addition to a video submission of your practicum. Any student is welcome to schedule a time on-site at our Franktown, CO campus in place of submitting a video. The final step is the post coursework in the form of case studies. These act as your “real-life” experience, and this is how you will get your final certification.


Multi-Level Discounts available! Go to the Equine Massage Correspondence Courses page to get those discounts!

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  • $ 1,800.00
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