On this episode, we take a look at what it means to be an emotionally balanced horse trainer and go over the five emotional skills you need to get there:
The only way we can do the more advanced exercises with our horses and reach and stay on top is to remember to touch bottom and get back to basics.
🔹 Basic exercises. 🔹 Basic concepts. 🔹 Basic aids.
It’s always about doing the basic things much, much, much better. Building a good foundation matters most, and often our biggest breakthroughs come when we trip away all the fancy and get back to basics.
In Weekly ST, we’ll reconnect with Straightness Training at its most elemental level and discover the power of:
- Isolating the basics
- Integrating the basics
- Improvising with the basics
With good basics you’ll have endless options! 🌀
Too many of us have decided that our mission in life is to be happy all the time and that our horse should be happy all the time.
But instead of helping you to find this magical land of always happy and positive, I want to offer you to be human and balanced.
In this episode of Weekly ST, you’ll discover:
- The benefits of all shades of emotions and how to experience and embrace the discomfort of growth.
- Why the idea of happiness could actually be robbing you of living a life with your horse where you evolve and fulfill your purpose.
We will never have to tell our horse that we are sad, happy, confident, angry, or relax. He already knows – long before we do!
In this episode of Weekly ST, you’ll discover the 5 simple but very insightful steps to master your emotions.
Once you include them all, you will be much more productive in the training sessions with your horse:
Topics we’re going to discuss in this episode are:
- The 3 brains of a human being: the reptilian brain, the mammal brain, and the celebral cortex
- The difference between the crocodile brain and the Sherlock Holmes brain
- How our thoughts influence our emotions
- There are no good and bad emotions
- There are only useful and unuseful emotions
- The difference between reacting and responding
- The 5 holes we fall into
- The power of meaning
In this episode, we’re going to talk about how to deal with your horse when s/he’s nipping, biting or grabbing the reins all the time.
We’re also going to discuss how to get your horse from an opposed and pushy state into a more responsive and willing frame of mind.
And you’ll find out which are the two essential things that we can learn from our horses and that have the potential to turn you into a really productive horse trainer: