is a lifelong horseman who grew
up on a cattle ranch in the Yakima Valley of
Washington state. His horse experience includes
working ranch horses and breeding and training
race horses. He currently owns thoroughbreds
and warmbloods, for pleasure and fox hunting.
After being paralyzed by a
pinched spinal cord while playing high school
sports, he was introduced to chiropractic. He was assisted back to total
an experience which led him to pursue a lifelong dream of being a healer.
Regan received a Bachelors
degree in Biology from St. Ambrose College
in Davenport, Iowa and his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic
1980. He has had extensive training in acupuncture, cranial sacral
herbology with Dr. Christopher and nutrition with Dr. M.T. Morter, Jr.
He travels extensively around the country
working and training horses, and
conducting seminars in human and equine health maintenance.
For the past 40 years
invested much time in supporting animals
through their mental, physical and/or
chemical rehabilitation. Her recent work has included Teacher
Certification of Equine Accupressure, Pulse Electro Magnetic Field
Therapy, Laser Therapy, Light Therapy, Radionics, Reiki, Meridian Massage,
Life Energy Work, Equine Myofascial
Lymph Work as well as saddle fitting, and balancing hooves.
tension-free riding, pre-ride exercises and freedom of movement
for the horse is one of her specialties. She currently operates a
center in Ellensburg, Washington where she conducts her work using the
modality of choice for each horse's individual needs. She works with a
veterinarian specializing in Equine Dentistry—a great addition to her
horse" work. Kelley currently competes in dressage.
Seminars are scheduled
throughout the year.
For details, dates and availability,
go to class schedules, or,
use the email form or call: