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Welcoming Your Emotions through the Way of the Horse – Part 2

Explore your emotions at a deeper level in this seven part blog series of “Welcoming Your Emotions through the Way of the Horse” Exploring and welcoming our emotions is valuable and can be incredibly eye-opening,

A Simple Method for Human Emotional Agility – Using Horse Wisdom

Humans have been conditioned since childhood to avoid or suppress troublesome feelings and go on as if nothing is happening. But what do we do if we can’t actually hide our feelings and emotions? According

Explore your emotions at a deeper level in this seven part blog series of “Welcoming Your Emotions through the Way of the Horse”

Exploring and welcoming our emotions is valuable and can be incredibly eye-opening, yet most of us avoid feeling or talking about our emotions because that is what we have been conditioned to since childhood. Our

Hey, chill out! – Managing your Emotions

Emotions underlie the majority of the stress we experience, influence our decisions, provide the motivation for our actions, and create the textures that determine our quality of life. Unmanaged emotions can be the source of

Mindfulness can help manage symptoms of ADHD

Mindfulness is a type of meditative technique that emphasizes an observant and nonreactive stance toward one’s thoughts, emotions, and body states. You would think that “silent”, “sitting” and “slow” are oxymoron actions to a

From Scared to Confident

Hanadi is almost 9 years old. She is very adament about the "almost 9 years old" part! Today she stepped into her courage and dared greatly as she attempted to move a 1200 lbs sentient

What is it with Horses anyway?

How do they help children and adults with ADHD to build confidence, better relationships and emotional balance? Being told your child has ADHD can be devastating to parents. Not knowing how to deal with it

Horses give us the wings we lack…

This is my passion, my work and it is the most rewarding service and practice I've ever been involved in. I invite you to spend 25 minutes when you have a little extra time, to