September 2021 Advanced Animal Level 1
ADVANCED ANIMAL CHIROPRACTIC CLASS LEVEL 1
September 24 – September 26, 2021
Certified Animal Chiropractor (Graduated from an animal program approved by the AVCA or IVCA)
$795 per participant
Friday 4-9 pm: History, Philosophy, Business and Neurology fireside talk and food.
Saturday 8-5 pm: Advanced Horse Adjusting with Dr. Jay Komarek.
Sunday 8.30-5.30 pm: Neurology Presentation and Horse Brain Dissection by Dr. Stephen Peters. Advanced Dog Adjusting.
Durango: 45 minutes from Mancos
Cortez: 15 minutes from Mancos (Boutique Air)
Albuquerque: 4 hours from Mancos
Denver: 7 hours from Mancos
Dinner Friday evening and lunch on Saturday will be provided by Dr. Clay, wonderful chef and pie baker extraordinaire.
Coffee: Fahrenheit Coffee Roasters
Healthfood Store: Zuma Natural Foods (Sandwiches, Snacks)
Local Drinks: Mancos Brewing Company (Beer & Light Food) Fenceline Cider (Cider, Wine & Food Trucks)
Restaurants: Absolute Bakery (take out only), Missy’s, Chavolo’s Mexican, Olio (Fine Dining, Reservations Required), Columbine Bar and Grill
Shalako Ranch (owned by the Sullwolds):
Private Solar Cabin in the woods with view of Mesa Verda and Sleeping Ute. Bath, kitchen, two queen beds. $150 per night.
Rpod Camper. Two full beds, tiny kitchen, bathroom and shower. $80 per night.
Mancos Inn: Downtown Mancos. Options for private, shared or dorm style rooms. Shared kitchen space is available.
Beehive Boutique Get Away: Downtown Mancos. Large apartment with four bedrooms.
The Casita Guest House: Five minutes drive from Downtown Mancos. Entire guesthouse with one bedroom, 3/4 bath, kitchen and private hot tub.
AROUND TOWN & SIGHTSEEING:
Explore Mesa Verde National Park: Ancestral Puebloan ruins and World Heritage site.
Visit the local Galleries and Artisans of Mancos.
Soak at Durango Hot Springs Resort & Spa.
Mancos is located in Southwest Colorado where you can experience all four seasons in one day. We recommend you bring layers, clothes for every season, regardless of when you are visiting. Summer days are hot and dry, however, as soon as the sun starts to set it cools off.
The seminars take place at 7,000ft. If you are traveling from a lower elevation please stay hydrated (bring a water bottle!) and take it easy as you explore – high elevation is no joke!