When we want to teach our horses something new, we should not be too demanding in the beginning.
It’s much more fruitful to appreciate what you GET, rather than to expect what you WANT.
So in the beginning, always capture what you GET with a release, reward and a moment of relaxation.
So when you think:
In June 2018, the following ST Mastery Students from Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Poland, South Africa, Sweden, UK, and the US – and ST Instructors from the UK, South Africa, and Germany have passed a Touchstone or updated their Touchstone to the new standard in the ST Evaluation Program:
In Straightness Training (ST) we strive for “Connection & Collection” (CC), and in this post, I will explain what these two words and this concept means.
But before we continue, just a small note:
What do you do when you are with your horse?
- Behavior modification?
- Horse whispering?
Or is it more about you?
- Is it self-mastery?
- Or a spiritual journey?
On July 22-24, ST Instructor Zaneta Georgiades from South Africa gave an ST Mastery Clinic in the USA.
ST Instructors Meg Brauch and Zaneta wrote a shared summary on the fabulous clinic at Narnia stables.
Meg and Zaneta wrote a summary with their key insights and learning moments and and shared some photos of the wonderful participants and their horses!