• Educational,  Greater Goodness,  Post

    It’s that time of year again…

    It’s that time of year again… When the weather begins to reach temperatures of 45-55 in Spring the plants, shrubs and trees begin to wake up… This means pollen will soon abound all around us along with fungus, mold and everything else that triggers Spring allergies. Keep an eye and ear out for breathing issues – if your horses, dogs or other have a deeper sound coming from their lungs, it is time to act. Check the hay source for mold and fungus. Flick the hay – and if you see a dust cloud – beware!! This could be black mold. What happens is the hay is cut and baled.…

  • Educational,  Post

    Spark, Flame or Fizzle? Find your soul…

    You’ve done it! Signed up for a class, an online course, college course/program, hired a trainer, coach, or made a commitment to self study a topic of choice and now you are determined to meet this goal to satisfy the spark and better yourself and your future! This is a great first step, it is a big one, it is your first goal met, and reason to celebrate! You’ve got this! Now on to the next step… Clarify your goals: Question the trainer /teacher – are they available and willing to answer questions? Are they available to put together a custom program for you and your team? are they willing to…

  • Educational,  Post,  Presentation

    Presentation on Bodywork Technique for Evaluation of Discomfort

    Horses communicate with us constantly… What if they told us where their discomfort areas are with the blink of their eye? What if we could help them release the kinks and blocks? It is as easy and pointing and staying there… The thing is, we also need to prepare ourselves to enter their world so we can listen… 30 minutes that will open doors in your awareness to better connect with your horse. I suggest you begin with your body language where I left off – except with no halter and lead, stand as close as you can before your horse glances or turns her head away. (I needed to…