The Logo Explained

Image of Cheiron, the wisest of the Greek centaurs

The College logo depicts Cheiron, who was the wisest of the Greek centaurs. A teacher and a healer, Cheiron was tutor to both Achilles and Jason. Apart from his obvious connection with teaching and healing, Cheiron admirably illustrates the dual application of the McTimoney technique to both humans and animals.

In his hands he carries the flame of healing and the caduceus of knowledge, and the Latin motto, In Manu Vis Medendi, means ‘in the hands is healing’.  Cheiron and the motto form the emblem of McTimoney graduates and may be displayed only by those who have successfully completed their training at the McTimoney College.