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Equine Courses


Online training designed for self-paced study at your desk or on the go!

PTI has courses to meet your every need, from personal use to business professional.

Since 1995, PTI staff has focused on helping horses with light.  Our courses help you master hands-on evaluation methods for finding areas of pain and discomfort. Discover tools and methods that work on the go. Learn how to assist in emergency situations.

PTI Equine Courses and Charts are designed especially for the horse lover who wants to keep horses healthy and improve performance.

 Experience the life-changing benefits of knowing how to help.


Photonic Horse Start Using Light

The Photonic Horse

Start Here
Learn what you need to know to locate areas of pain and imbalance and where to shine your light to help.
Non-Certification Course
Prerequisite:  None, CEUs 5
Certified Equine Light Therapist (CELT)

Certified Light Therapist (CELT)

Includes the Human CLT Course AND The Photonic Horse
Grow Your Skills
Learn to use Light as a professional.  Incorporate Photobiomodulation into an ongoing Practice … or Light up a New Career.
Includes:  Human CLT, CEUs – 35
Finding the Equine Path

Certified Equine Photopuncture Therapist (CEPT)

Includes Finding the Human Path AND Finding the Equine Path
Become a Master
Understanding how energy flows in the body and how to activate and balance this Chi through activating Principal acupoints with Light.
Prerequisite:  CLT, CEUs – 35
Our Light Therapy courses are designed to help any user to get professional results from any type of Light Therapy Tool. All human courses are included in our courses for horses and pets as well.

The Photonic Horse

Start Here 

Certified Equine Light Therapist

Grow Your Skills

Equine Photopuncture Therapist 

Become an Energy Master

Learn how to locate areas of pain and imbalance and WHERE to shine your Light. 

Light up a new or existing therapy career by taking Photobiomodulation to Professional Levels

Learn how energy (Chi) flows through the body and how to balance that energy by activating acupoints with Light.

Light Therapy Basics

Light Therapy Overview

Maintaining Health & Wellness with Light

Types of Light Therapy

The Photonic Horse

Light Therapy Basics

The Equine Assessment

The Equine Light Therapy Session

Finding the Human & Equine Paths

Introduction to Energetic Therapy

The Equine Assessment

What do you need to take the Photonic Horse course?

Documenting Your Equine Sessions

Basic Equine Anatomy

Safe Horse Handling

Assessing the Whole Horse

The Hands-On Evaluation – Step by Step

The Photonic Human

Light Therapy Basics

Assessing the Human Body for Pain and Imbalance

3 Steps to Optimal Results

Terms & Tools Needed for Photopuncture

Anatomical Directions & Terminology – Human

Anatomical Directions & Terminology – Equine

The “Cun” – an Anatomical Inch

How to choose a Photopuncture Torch

Why do we use 660nm Red Light for Photopuncture?

The Equine Light Therapy Session

Start Shining Your Light

Your Horse is Talking To You – Releases

Rechecking the Horse after the Light Session

Light Therapy Session Frequency

Document and Take More Photos!

Light Therapy and Vibrational Medicine

Understanding Vibrational Medicine

We Are Energy Beings Who Vibrate

Acupuncture Using Light

Getting Started with Photopuncture

Equine Photopuncture Recipe Charts Included with Course:

Equine Health & Balance
Shifting to the Parasympathetic State


Calming & Sedation
Colic and Digestive Suport
Hoof Abscesses
Laminitis and Founder
Prevent / Expel Internal Parasites

Support for the Aging Horse

Understanding Energy w/ Dr. Ginger Bowler

Above the Line / Below the Line

16 Rules for Understanding Energy

10 Easy Tips for Staying Above the Line

Power vs. Force

The Vibrational Ladder

The Power of Words

Introduction to Energy Pathways

How are the Meridians Named?

Yin/Yang – the Duality of Life and Energy

FIVE Elements (really Six)

The Flow of Chi

Acupoints – Where We Access the Meridians

The Mechanics of Light

Light – The Basics

Light Therapy Dosage


The 6 Elements & Their 12 Meridians – Human

Elemental & Emotional Properties

Principal Points & Flow Charts – Human

Light at the Cellular Level

Why Light is Important to Living Organisms


Nitric Oxide


The 6 Elements & Their 12 Meridians – Equine

Elemental & Emotional Properties

Principal Points & Flow Charts – Equine

Principal Point Indications and Locations – Equine

Pain & the Nervous System 

The Nervous System

Understanding Pain

Sympathetic vs Parasympathetic Nervous Systems

Putting Photopuncture into Practice

Human Energy Point Groupings

Energy Point Type Charts – Human

Energy Point Type Charts – Equine

Where to Shine Your Light

Preparing Yourself and Your Client for Success

Applying Light for Best Results

Client Interaction and Record Keeping

Where Will You Shine YOUR Torch?

Approaches for balancing energy for Humans

Approaches for balancing energy for Horses

Keeping it Legal

The Practitioner/Client Relationship

Equipment Compliance

Communicating with Clients About Light Therapy

Creating Your Own Photopuncture Recipes

Simple Strategies for Choosing & Combining Acupoints

Human Case Studies

Equine Case Studies

Human CLT Practicum

3 Human Clients – at least 3 sessions each

Equine CLT Practicum

3 Horse Clients – at least 3 sessions each

Human CPT Practicum

3 Clients – at least 3 sessions each

Equine CPT Practicum

3 Horse Clients – at least 3 sessions each

Prerequisite CELT

Widen your scope … add Pets Education for both Light Therapy and Photopuncture (aka Acupuncture with Light).

Upgrade your Courses to work with ALL Species:

Universal Certified Light Therapist: CLT-U

Save money and progress through all species in the order that works best for you:

Universal Photopuncture Therapist: CPT-U

Start by learning energy flow and recipe creation for humans then progress to horses and/or pets:

We guide you every step of the way …

Our on-line courses include printed material with charts, instruction videos and Zoom Webinars. We offer an interactive platform that allows students to communicate among themselves and with the instructor.
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