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A Bit About Me and my Horse(s)
I am certified in the Carolyn Resnick Method of horse training and hold clinics.


THE MAGIC CONNECTION CLINIC IN ST.VINCENT
Have you ever dreamed of having a better relationship with your horse, one based on mutual trust and respect? We have and we are delighted to have found the keys to unlock this magical connection in the work of Carolyn Resnick’s Seven Waterhole Rituals™. As qualified Carolyn Resnick clinicians we are delighted to be able to share these secrets with you during a magical one week experience on the beautiful island of St. Vincent.
Our herd of formerly abused and abandoned wild horses will teach you a new way of being based on communication, trust and understanding. Whilst these skills can clearly be used to improve your relationship with your horse many former participants have commented how they have experienced AHA! Insights into their inner-self and so simultaneously have developed better coping skills for life.
Over the course of a fun filled week we will share with you:
• a horse’s natural instincts (Instinctive Horsemanship™) and how these relate to the Seven Waterhole Rituals™
• what are the seven Waterhole Rituals™ and how to apply them
• practical hands on experience of working with the Rituals™
• how to establish a relationship with your horse based on a true partnership
• a blueprint of how to interact with your horse to develop a better relationship based on mutual trust and respect
• the importance and use body language to communicate intentions
• the concept of boundaries and pecking order to understand how harmony is maintained in the herd
• all about leadership and the different leadership roles. How to communicate like lead horses do knowing when to lead and when to pause.
• interspecies communication
• the history of our wild herd and how these horse have transitioned from being abandoned and abused to having a loving home where they willing participate in our daily activities
• our thoughts on true natural horsemanship as learnt from the herd
• games that you can play with your horse.

There is no better location to learn this than the island of St Vincent. Immersed in the natural beauty and remoteness of this location you will learn to appreciate how to become present to the environment around you. Being present and actively participating in all the activities speeds up the learning process so you will leave with a toolkit of activities that you can immediately use with your horse when you get home.
Why not stay for an additional week to rest, relax and energize – you’ve deserved it. Alternatively you can explore some of the other islands; trek in the rainforests; visit the botanical gardens; hike the volcano and kayak in the lagoon.
So contact us NOW to reserve your place and allow us this unique opportunity to share with you the Seven Waterhole Rituals™ and Instinctive Horsemanship™ in a unique outdoor classroom setting, where the horses run free at liberty.


I study and teach the Carolyn Resnick Method in these ways

- you can join a week intensive clinic with me and my herd in St. Vincent
- you can become a working student here in St. Vincent
- you can come for a holiday for 2-3 weeks and take some one to one lessons
- I teach a few clinics pr year in Europe

My e-mail: stina@richmondvale.org
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St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Website:
http://stinaherberg.wordpress.com/
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The Carolyn Resnick Method

THE MAGIC CONNECTION CLINIC IN ST.VINCENT
Have you ever dreamed of having a better relationship with your horse, one based on mutual trust and respect? We have and we are delighted to have found the keys to unlock this magical connection in the work of Carolyn Resnick’s Seven Waterhole Rituals™. As qualified Carolyn Resnick clinicians we are delighted to be able to share these secrets with you during a magical one week experience on the beautiful island of St. Vincent.
Our herd of formerly abused and abandoned wild horses will teach you a new way of being based on communication, trust and understanding. Whilst these skills can clearly be used to improve your relationship with your horse many former participants have commented how they have experienced AHA! Insights into their inner-self and so simultaneously have developed better coping skills for life. 
Over the course of a fun filled week we will share with you:
• a horse’s natural instincts (Instinctive Horsemanship™) and how these relate to the Seven Waterhole Rituals™
• what are the seven Waterhole Rituals™ and how to apply them
• practical hands on experience of working with the Rituals™
• how to establish a relationship with your horse based on a true partnership
• a blueprint of how to interact with your horse to develop a better relationship based on mutual trust and respect
• the importance and use body language to communicate intentions
• the concept of boundaries and pecking order to understand how harmony is maintained in the herd 
• all about leadership and the different leadership roles. How to communicate like lead horses do knowing when to lead and when to pause. 
• interspecies communication
• the history of our wild herd and how these horse have transitioned from being abandoned and abused to having a loving home where they willing participate in our daily activities
• our thoughts on true natural horsemanship as learnt from the herd
• games that you can play with your horse.

There is no better location to learn this than the island of St Vincent. Immersed in the natural beauty and remoteness of this location you will learn to appreciate how to become present to the environment around you. Being present and actively participating in all the activities speeds up the learning process so you will leave with a toolkit of activities that you can immediately use with your horse when you get home.
Why not stay for an additional week to rest, relax and energize – you’ve deserved it. Alternatively you can explore some of the other islands; trek in the rainforests; visit the botanical gardens; hike the volcano and kayak in the lagoon. 
So contact us NOW to reserve your place and allow us this unique opportunity to share with you the Seven Waterhole Rituals™ and Instinctive Horsemanship™ in a unique outdoor classroom setting, where the horses run free at liberty.


I study and teach the Carolyn Resnick Method in these ways

- you can join a week intensive clinic with me and my herd in St. Vincent
- you can become a working student here in St. Vincent
- you can come for a holiday for 2-3 weeks and take some one to one lessons 
- I teach a few clinics pr year in Europe

My e-mail: stina@richmondvale.org

 

Stina Herberg
Certified Carolyn Resnick Instructor 

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Becoming the leader the horse want to follow.

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Posted on July 20, 2010 at 3:30pm

Leadership, Energy and Horse training

I am happy to share a video clip on my blog called “Free, Powerful and Beautiful”.

 

The video has been made after I have worked on a higher level on energy with the horses and I have taken a fresh new look at my own leadership skills.…

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Posted on July 6, 2010 at 8:30am

Using Music in the training of horses.

I am having such a pleasure working with my horses and not too long ago I discovered the advantage of training my horses using music.

In between working with the new dressage exercises from Carolyn Resnicks blog. In-between theses exercises I…

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Posted on July 1, 2010 at 11:00pm — 4 Comments

Why I have chosen Natural Horse Management.

In this blog I will write briefly about the reasons why I have chosen the Natural Horse Management Model instead of small stalls and paddocks for my herd of seven horses.



I will share this video of my horses home and natural horse management.…

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Posted on June 25, 2010 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

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At 10:42am on May 2, 2011, Barnmice Media said…

Thanks Stina! You have a wonderful week as well :)

At 9:51pm on November 23, 2010, Jaye Tatone said…
You know Stina, I had seriously considered it last year when I was at an absolute low point. I've been to your website, read as much as I can, discussed it with my life mentor (who, like me, is very keen on working with horses naturally) and I would still jump at the opportunity when I have less commitments (school, work, etc). Apart from the incredible natural time with your horses, simply the chance to photograph would be an out of this world opportunity! I would love to stay in touch with you.
At 7:25pm on November 23, 2010, Jaye Tatone said…
I am absolutely in awe of your work...what I would give to just drop everything and be surrounded by such incredible experiences!
At 3:49pm on July 20, 2010, Jenna Merkley said…
I love your pictures!! :)
At 8:28am on June 29, 2010, Alan Perron said…
Good morning Stina, Currently the extent of my work with horses involves feeding, watering, mucking stalls, grooming, and lightly exercising the horses by walking them with a lead. I handle 8 horses, 2 ponies and 2 foal - one being 2 years old and the other being 1 year old. The stable is about 15 minutes drive from my home. Once I get to scan my photo today, I wiil send it to you...In the meanwhile I will send you a copy of my resume../ C.V.
At 11:16am on June 26, 2010, Alanna P. said…
Hi Stina,
I watched your video about the student position. Could you please send me more information?
Thanks
At 10:50am on June 19, 2010, Halle Myers said…
yes you are very lucky so you can get really nice pics!
At 11:03am on June 18, 2010, Halle Myers said…
no problem your profile pic is teriffic!
At 12:42am on June 18, 2010, Shirley said…
Certainly looks like you will be a fun addition to Barnmice. Welcome & Enjoy!!!
At 10:40am on June 17, 2010, Halle Myers said…
welcome to barnmice!
 
 
 
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