Three full days to immerse yourself in learning the philosophy and techniques of “Connecting with Horses and Riding with Synchronicity”. This course will be beneficial for all who are new to my teaching whether they are a beginner or had years of experience.
It begins to teach people how to understand their horse’s minds, emotions and their physical bodies. Learn about the spiritual nature of horses and the spiritual/energetic connection between horses and humans and how our horses are reflections of ourselves. It teaches the core principles of centering, breathing, body scanning, energy awareness, body language and intuitive and physical feel, which are the essential keys to success with horses.
As well as teaching the subtlety of energy this course also teaches in detail the physical aspects of skills, techniques and use of equipment needed for good horsemanship.
Great horsemanship all starts on the ground. Begin the journey to becoming a “true” horseman – “True” meaning what horses would consider a horseman.
Connect with your horse’s heart and mind.
Learn the principles and qualities of great leadership
Learn the art of nonverbal communication – thoughts, energy and body language
Learn how horses learn
Develop safe horse handling skills and habits on the ground and riding.
Learn techniques on the ground that help horses to use their bodies with healthy biomechanics and lead into the fundamental aids and techniques used to ride horses in harmony and in a collected and engaged way.
The qualities of feel, timing and balance learned on the ground will help develop the skills you need to be a great rider.
As well as connecting with the horse, Mel specializes in teaching people to understand equine posture, balance and biomechanics, engagement and collection.
This will be of particular importance to dressage riders but it is actually very important at its most fundamental level to riders of all disciplines, including trail riders.
This course will teach people the beginnings of this learning. These principles can also be applied to driving and harness horses.
Come along with or without your horse.
Of course if you can bring your horse along your learning will be maximized as nothing beats hands on experience and having direct feedback from a supportive instructor to accelerate your learning.
However the other option for attending these courses is to come and “Participate without a horse”. This is very different than “fence sitting” as you are not only observing demonstrations and the participants with their horses but will also actively participate in the theory sessions, Q & A sessions, body awareness and balance sessions, healing/meditation sessions and simulations, all of which make up a big percentage of the course.
For questions regarding the course content, horsemanship or eligibility for the course contact Mel email@example.com