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Rosemary Lawrence

Lecturer in Equine
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Writtle School of Agriculture, Animal and Environmental Sciences

Rosemary graduated from our BSc (Hons) Equine Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation in 2018, having also completed the Equine Energy Body Worker qualification. She subsequently completed the MSc Equine Performance Science programme in 2021. She also holds BHS PTT and UKCC Level 2 coaching qualifications. Her areas of interest include equine massage therapy, rehabilitation, performance science and functional anatomy.

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Following graduation in 2018 and qualification as an Equine Body Worker, Rosemary set up and worked as an independent equine therapist. Wanting to expand her professional knowledge, she went on to undertake an MSc in Equine Performance Science. During her Masters year she was offered the opportunity to undertake hourly paid lecturing sessions which confirmed her love for teaching, something she'd always enjoyed as a riding instructor. In 2022, Rosemary began work as a Demonstrator at Writtle University College and subsequently too, as a Lecturer.

Rosemary says she's fortunate to be able to indulge her passion for horses in her profession, and hope this comes across in her teaching. She enjoys spending her spare time with her gelding, Eclipse, and the pair love to compete in show jumping when they get the chance.