EP192: Best of HTIH: Noticing

This episode is a re-introduction of a favorite episode of mine that goes more into our own minds rather than just horse training techniques, but I promise, what is in this episode will be a HUGE help to your horsemanship. It talks about what we notice, how our...

EP192: Best of HTIH: Noticing

This episode is a re-introduction of a favorite episode of mine that goes more into our own minds rather than just horse training techniques, but I promise, what is in this episode will be a HUGE help to your horsemanship. It talks about what we notice, how our...

EP191: Dissolving Brace

In this episode I talk about Brace, and more importantly, what we can do about it. As you might guess, the solution is a little about the horse, and about us. It takes 2 to keep a brace going, and it’s our responsibility to dissolve it. About the Host:Karen Rohlf,...

EP190: Best Of HTIH: Assumption Of Obligingness

In this ‘Best Of’ episode I reintroduce an episode where I talk about an important belief that often is the root of conflict between horse and rider. It’s so important I want to revisit it again! About the Host:Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage...

EP189: With Jim Masterson: The Masterson Method

In this episode I am joined by Jim Masterson, founder of The Masterson Method – a breakthrough form of equine bodywork which helps enhance performance, suppleness, mobility, and comfort whilst developing the relationship and bond of trust between the horse and...

EP188: Best Of HTIH: Confidence Is Over-rated

In this ‘Best Of’ episode I reintroduce an episode where I talk less about what to learn and do, and more about the process of learning and doing. It’s one of my favorite episodes and worth highlighting again. About the Host:Karen Rohlf, author and creator of...

EP187: Best Of HTIH: What Makes A Good Rider?

This episode goes deep into the HTIH archives as Karen re-introduces one of her favorite topics. It was the very first episode released: “What Makes A Good Rider?” This is something we all need to be thinking about every day with our horses, and Karen’s...

EP186: Principles in Practice

In this episode I describe a lesson I taught recently in order to illustrate a practical application of some Dressage Naturally principles. This will help you understand how I strategized my approach to a challenge and hopefully it will help YOU be able to strategize,...

EP185: Q&A Improving Rider Position

In this episode I share a question from a student (and my answer) about her rider position. It’s not so much about what is the correct position, but how to approach improving it in the context of training your horse. How do you train your horse when you know you have...

EP183: Heart-Centered Horse Professionals

In this episode I talk about how important it is that the really nice, compassionate, heart-centered horse professionals thrive. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the...

EP182: Creativity with Sandra Beaulieu

In this episode I talk with Sandra Beaulieu about creativity and horses, and how you can express your own creativity with your horse.About the Guest:Sandra Beaulieu is a creative equestrian that combines her passion for dressage, equine art, and musical freestyle to...