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ST Instructors during the Coronavirus Pandemic

ST Instructor Zaneta Georgiades

‍‍It’s been a turbulent few weeks, and it will be a while before the skies clear and things return to normal.
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So first, we want to say that we hope you’re safe.
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And we hope you’re healthy, and if not, then we wish you a speedy recovery and send healing wishes.
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Also, we hope you and your loved ones have access to the food, medicine, and other resources you need to make it through this challenging time.

With this post, we wanted to reach out to you and update you on what this ongoing situation means for our ST Instructors and your learning opportunities as an ST Student.

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Stretch Yourself To The Limit

During this pandemic, it’s normal to have concerns about

  • the coronavirus
  • the spread of it,
  • the government’s decisions
  • the amount of food in the supermarket,
  • other people’s actions,
  • lack of work,
  • whether we get the virus or not,

but these are all factors that we cannot control. ‍‍

They are outside our circle of influence.

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Cara Reynolds & Black Magic passed Grade 1

ST Mastery student Cara Reynolds from South Africa passed Riding 1 with her mare, Black Magic, and with that Touchstone, she passed all 5 Touchstones in Grade 1 in the ST Evaluation Program!

Congratulations!

Cara has shared her interesting STory about how she met Magic, why she started Straight Training as well as what the ST Academy has given to both her and her horse over the years:

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Stay Balanced During The Corona Pandemic (COVID-19)

Our own balance in body, mind, heart, and soul is the greatest determining factor in how our Straightness Training works out.

Also, in the challenging times that we’re all experiencing right now, we have to take care not to lose our center.

Of course, we’re all worried about what’s going to happen… today, next week… How long is this going to last?… When will it be over?… What does this mean for me, my work, my students?… What does it mean for the well-being of my family, families, friends, and communities?… Can we keep access to food?….

And yes, our actions are limited, we cannot do anything about the coronavirus (COVID-19) other than follow the basic instructions that doctors and governments are giving us all.

However, our responsibility is unlimited, which means, we have the ability to respond to this situation the best we can with the resources we have. ‍‍

So what CAN we do to avoid that fear, anxiety, and worry are going to paralyze us, and what CAN we do to stay balanced and centered in our body, mind, heart, and soul.

Here are some ideas: Read More..