Why doesn't hardwork always equal success? Have you ever noticed that sometimes it doesn't matter how many hours we spend practicing, working harder and harder, year after year, our results and progress simply don't reflect the thousands of hours, blood, sweat and tears we put in to something that we are so passionate about?!? As a rider, I spent years watching aspects of this in my own riding, my students progress and in friends, often in people who had literally every ingre
How is that horses can seemingly work miracles in humans?
Reducing stress and improving social functioning by simply being near them? Horses are being successfully incorporated into therapy to assist people from PTSD sufferers, domestic abuse survivors, children with autism, to being used to help enhance communication skills, develop self confidence, relieve stress and more. Interaction with horses has been shown to help humans decrease or reverse physiological and psycholog
Start where you ARE, use what you HAVE! *You are equipped
*You already have everything you need to start today
*You are already enough! But you DO have to embrace where you are at NOW in order to make progress! I love working with riders, but one of the number 1 challenges they face is that they often want to train from where they WANT TO BE (flying changes anyone?), or WHERE THEY USED TO BE - ignoring the fact that it's a partnership and you have to BE where you and your h