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illbebackPLEASE NOTE: Due to study commitments, I am stepping back from my bodywork practice until 2017. I will continue to accommodate referrals from other practitioners and rehab cases (with veterinary approval) where possible, but will not be taking on regular clients until completion of my Masters degree. I will also have limited availability for educational offerings throughout this year, but if you are interested in securing a 2017 workshop or seminar in your area, please get in touch on info@foundationsofsoundness.com with all of your questions and wild ideas!

That feeling when you take the bridle off for the first time and pick up trot JUST as someone comes roaring past the fence at the top of the arena on a dirt bike...

Aaaaand... Madame Superpony is 100% with you, and channels all her sensitivity into listening to your legs and seat 😍❤😊

Going bridleless has been on my bucket list for a while, but to have this lovely Spanish lady totally tune in when we're just getting started again after a long break was an amazing feeling of mutual trust and connection.

I've been using a DIY balance rein to assist in retraining her posture and responses, and I can't recommend this simple tool highly enough. If you want to learn more or try going bridleless with your own horse, check out the Tellington TTouch World Virtual Learning Center on Vimeo to find out how Linda Tellington-Jones introduces horse and rider to this kind of freedom: vimeo.com/ondemand/ttouchvirtuallearning/

Be safe, but more than anything... Be ready to let your horse show you what real trust and connection feels like.
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