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Making 2014 Your Own

I’m sure it’s been there to some degree in recent years, but this shift from 2013-2014 is the first time I personally have noticed a significant backlash at resolutions. Does the idea of making resolutions for your coming year leave a sour taste in your mouth? My shift between years has generally consisted of gratitude […]

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What IS EquuSynced Equine Experiential Coaching?

There is a common misconception when riders decide to begin the EquuSynced Equine Experiential Coaching. There’s the idea that our Equine Experiential Coaching is for fixing the rider’s problem horse or fixing the rider’s problems. My best answer to that is the quote below: “Don’t attempt to fix your problems… fix your thinking and your […]

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Messages from a Rattlesnake: What I’ve Learned from My “Inner Lizard”

Meet Huey. Huey is a rattlesnake. Huey is what Martha Beck calls an Inner Lizard, and he is my inner lizard to be exact. An inner lizard is the part of you that “speaks” with the voice of your Reptilian Brain. The reptilian part of your brain evolved around 500 million years ago in all modern […]

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Brush Off the Dirt and LEARN

Brush off the dirt and LEARN In doing the work of Equine Experiential Coaching and building a true partnership with your horse, you make a very serious commitment. You are committing to being 100% Authentic with your horse and allowing your horse to be 100% Authentic with you. You are committing to being good partners […]

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The Missing Ingredient in Your Relationship with Your Horse: PLAY

When was the last time you played with your horse? When was the last time you spent as much time or more doing something other than riding work that both you and your horse find enjoyable? Human and equine relationships are based on and strengthened by two main acts: overcoming challenges together and playing together. […]

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