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Did you know that your finances affect your second chakra? Did you know that your second chakra is located in your lower abdomen? Did you know that the lower abdomen is your point of balance and strength when you ride, allowing for an independent seat and effective communication with your horse?
For more information on the importance of your lower abdomen when riding, check out this…Continue
Posted on October 22, 2013 at 1:00pm
Are you looking for a way to build a better partnership with your horse? Below are two simple questions that you can ask yourself to help release the tension and resistance between you and your horse. All frustration and resistance (the effect) really comes from a misunderstanding and miscommunication (the cause). If you can find a solution for the cause, you do not need a solution for every single behavior because they are all the effect of something deeper. You can learn to observe the…Continue
Posted on June 1, 2013 at 4:47pm
Natural horsemanship revolutionized the way that we interact with horses. Even if you do not follow one of the big natural horsemanship methods, you likely have some knowledge of them. I think that even individuals who say that they do not use natural horsemanship techniques have still been influenced, to some degree, in their approach to horses by the influence natural horsemanship has had on the attitudes of the industry. Even the non-equestrian culture has been made aware of this…Continue
Posted on May 20, 2013 at 12:42pm — 8 Comments
Most riders eventually understand that it is ideal for their horse to work in a frame. A frame is a way of carrying the body that utilizes the ring of muscles by asking the horse to engage his haunches, lift his back, travel lightly on the forehand, round the neck from the base and drop the head. This is an efficient way for the horse to move that prevents injury and helps the horse to carry the weight of the rider. Unfortunately, many people lose sight of the whole picture and focus only on…Continue
Posted on April 25, 2013 at 2:05pm — 2 Comments
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