Practical guidance before we start

Tomorrow’s evening I will publish our 1st MODULE’s exercises and we will do some things together with your horse, but before we do this please find a moment to read

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SUPPORT

Please remember about starting each exercise from Calmness and about closing each exercise with Calmness. This calmness will give you the clarity and the energy required for all the Cues

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VIDEO SET

Below, you can find the video set that I prepared to support you in finding and extending Natural Balance of your horse. Whenever you feel like watching these videos please

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MODULE 4 EXERCISES: From Engagement to Cooperation

True cooperation is something that I find almost entirely forgotten these days. True Cooperation means that both parties understand what they will be doing together and they commit in the

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Materials Recapitulation: How to practice it in your everyday Life

I believe that training and being with horses can be a powerful source of personal growth and many happy moments. I believe that your horse can bring to your life

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Boundaries

When you are connected with yourself and you have literally no thoughts and no emotions in yourself – you always know what to do and you always act accordingly to

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Autonomy, Calmness and Safety

There is no Autonomy without true Calmness and Safety. The true Autonomy always requires boundaries that keep all situations safe for you and your horse.  What is true Autonomy? How

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Engagement and Satisfaction

I know that our second technique may be something very NEW to you today. Please don’t worry, give yourself time to read it few times and digest it. You will

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Calming Technique

I would love to introduce you to the Calming technique, before our Clinic / Live Workshop starts. I want you to have time to really digest and understand our approach

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Horses’ Calming Signals in Practice

Calming signals is a term introduced by Norwegian dog trainer Turid Rugaas (2005) to describe the behaviors that dogs show when trying to calm a situation. For animals living in groups, ways

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