Massage Therapy seems like another good option to me. I'm aware that they don't make a ton of money, but that's really not my top priority. I'd rather be happy in my profession than make a 6 figure salary doing something I hate. What I'm wondering, though, is whether or not you guys think this would be a good idea? There's no standard for Equine Massage therapists at the moment, but there's lots of companies that have training courses where you get a certification in the end. I don't really know who's reputable or not, though.
I was looking into going to William Woods University in Fulton, MO. But they don't have any sort of Equine Massage Therapy degree(no college does). Since I don't want to run my own stables or show or train for a living, would it be a waste of my time to go for the Equine Studies degree or Equine Administration? I don't want to get into student loan debt working for a degree that I won't really utilize.
I'm really grateful for any input that you guys could offer on this topic. Thanks. :]