Vera and Tereza have been teaching basic and advanced hippotherapy courses both in the CR and abroad. They published the book Hippotherapy in 2018.

Vera Lantelme-Faisan, MSc.
Physiotherapist

Vera practices physical therapy at her own private health care centre, where she incorporates hippotherapy through a partnership with several hippotherapy centres since 1999. She focuses on hippotherapy services for children from 3 months of age with a wide range of diagnoses. Vera has 16-years experience in paediatric rehabilitation.

She has served on CHS board as president since 2013. Since 2004, she has been teaching basic and advanced hippotherapy courses both in the Czech Republic and abroad. She co-published the book Hippotherapy in 2018.

 

In the period 2004-2009, she assisted to found a hippotherapy centre and conducted certified hippotherapy courses in the rehabilitation hospital in Saudi Arabia.

She is the main lecturer of the Hippotherapy course in the Czech Therapeutic Riding Association (CHS) and currently the chairwoman of this organization.

Vera is a licenced physiotherapist in the Czech Republic and Great Britain and she is a listed therapist under the American Hippotherapy Association.

Tereza Honcu, MSc.
Physiotherapist

Tereza studied physiotherapy at the Second Faculty of Medicine Charles University in Prague. In her thesis, she demonstrated the effect of intensive hippotherapy for children with central nervous system disorders. She has 13 years experience in hippotherapy in early intervention for children with various health problems. Since 2008, she has been working as a head physiotherapist in EAAT centre Caballinus.

Tereza completed several courses - Hippotherapy, Vojta method, Active segmental centration, Visceral 

therapy and Trigger points therapy. She has extensive experience in paediatrics.

Tereza is often providing lectures to professionals. She leads practical trainings for college students of the Second Faculty of Medicine Charles University, future specialists is zoo-therapy at the Czech University of Life Sciences and at the Faculty of Health Studies at The University of J. E. Purkyně. She is also a lecturer of the hippotherapy course in the Czech Therapeutic Riding Association (CHS).  

Tereza is an excellent horse rider.