Awareness Horsemanship: Part 1

During lessons, clinics, and seminars, teachers will often talk about bringing up your energy to get the horse to move, but they seldom tell their students how exactly to do that. This is where Awareness Horsemanship comes in.

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Great Read

I have a training facility and often forget that I need to learn as trainer myself. I loved reading this, thank you! Check out my site, and see if you like what we do. www.boldequine.com

Chelsey Kinsella more than 2 years ago

Lovely Article

Insightful and well-thought out instruction. I will be using these techniques with my horses. Thank, you, Karen! Looking forward to the next installment.

Ashara more than 3 years ago

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