In this episode I talk with Sandra Beaulieu about creativity and horses, and how you can express your own creativity with your horse.
In this episode I continue the theme from the last episode which was about the importance of knowing WHY you are doing an exercise. This time with more of a dressagey focus.
In this episode I’ll talk about the importance of knowing WHY you are doing an exercise. This will apply to the most basic or advanced exercises. When you don’t know why you are doing an exercise you can miss golden training moments.
In this episode I’ll talk about the importance of advocating for our horses, and how that advocacy actually has to start with ourselves.
In this episode I talk with Dr Karen Gellman who specializes in biomechanics. She is part of a team of people who created the Postural Rehabilitation program. We’ll be talking about the multi-faceted approach to helping your horse.
In this episode, I’m joined by Jane Pike, who helps me answer a student’s question about anxiety vs. excitement. Jane will share a bit of her own personal journey, and will talk about how relaxation, excitement, and anxiety all relate, as well as the importance of...
In this Happy New Year episode Karen ponders the different cycles that we can experience in life and of course horsemanship.
A quick message of gratitude for all listeners before I take a podcast hiatus until January 5th.
In this episode I’ll answer a student’s question about whether it’s ever OK for a horse to be behind the vertical. It’s an important subject, not only for dressage riders…
In this episode I’ll talk about riding bareback, the pros and cons, the hows, and the whys..
Everyone’s looking for the best system, the magic exercise, and the necessary techniques. These are important, for sure, but there’s something else that makes all the difference. In this episode, I’ll attempt to define the elusive secret sauce.
In this Thanksgiving episode, I’ll be contemplating gratitude for all the things that didn’t go as planned or that might not have been welcomed or appreciated at the time they happened.