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  Megan Kanz MEBW, BSc (Hons)
 
 
 
In 2001 Megan completed her Honours Degree in Equine Studies (Science) through the University of Essex, England as well as qualifying as an Equine Body Worker through Equinology Inc. USA. Megan continued with her studies through Equinology® Inc. to achieve her Master Equine Body Worker qualification in 2002. From 2001 until returning to SA in Dec 2004, Megan managed the running of the Equinology® Inc. curriculum (Equinenergy Ltd.) in the UK, worked as a freelance therapist in South East England and as a contract lecturer in Complimentary Therapies at Writtle College. Megan returned to Nottingham Rd, KZN and has established EquiworkSAcc.
 
She aims to achieve a truly holistic approach to her work, by combining the touch of hands-on therapies with the latest in therapeutic equipment. Apart from the more intensive rehab cases that are brought to her at the meadows farm, her time is spent working cases primarily in and around the KwaZulu Natal Midlands, managing and promoting EquiworkSA and the equine healthcare field and occasionally competing at eventing.

 
 
Dawn Jones BSc VN, EBW
 
 
 
Dawn Jones owns and runs Animal Physical Therapy, an animal rehabilitation practice in Wynberg, Cape Town, South Africa. She treats a mixture of horses, dogs and the occasional cow, rabbit and penguin. Dawn has worked in the field of animal rehabilitation since 1989, both in the United Kingdom and South Africa.

Dawn completed a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Cape Town, qualified as a Veterinary Nurse at the Royal Veterinary College in the UK and later as an Equine Body Worker through the Equinenergy programme, also in the UK. She has completed many years of apprenticeship under well respected animal physiotherapists in South Africa and the United Kingdom.

Teaching has been a natural progression from her passion for learning and Dawn has delivered many short courses aimed at horse and dog owners as well as veterinary nurses. In 2000, Dawn taught at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket in an informal manner to assist the veterinary nurses to improve their physical therapy programme for post-surgical cases.
 
Dawn returned to South Africa in January 2003 with a strong ambition to improve awareness and availability of physical therapy and rehabilitation for animals. She divides her time between treating animals, promoting the field and caring for her young family.