Jenny Pearce

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Recording of that amazing Live Seminar – Martial arts meets gentle horsemanship

A big thankyou for this mornings seminar, my body and soul are absolutely humming and singing. I never thought I would be so grateful for rain but I am, because without it I would have been on the horse doing cattle work rather than listening to the seminar. This has been a monumental shift to […]

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Live Seminar – Martial arts meets gentle horsemanship

  How would you like it, when something goes wrong with your horse – one of those moments that happens at the speed of light and the next split second you’re on the ground, knocked over or whatever – how would you like to find that place of “BEing”, where everything slows down and you […]

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7 simple steps to more confident horse riding

Mark from Horseconscious (great website!) has picked up these excellent tips for more confidence in your riding from one of my seminars.  So I thought I would take this opportunity to share these simple steps for more confidence again… 🙂   Nerves = Sensitivity = A really good rider Sensitivity for your horse is the […]

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The Horse Rider’s Challenge

If you’ve ever felt this, you’ll never forget it. When you pick up a rein, your spine and your pelvis should be able to elastically give to your horse in what is a kind of spongey feel.  If you’ve ever felt it, you’ll know it without doubt and you’ll never settle for less than that […]

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This is me seriously coming out of the horse closet

    I have a dream… I believe that peace on earth in my lifetime is possible.  (So that means we have about 40 years or so left folks…) I believe that if only people understood each other, had empathy for each other, for animals, for the earth herself – then most of the crappy […]

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What have fish and trees got to do with feeling for your horse?

Well… HEAPS as it turns out! Here is the 4th lesson in this series.  If you haven’t seen the first three lessons in this series yet, you can catch them at these links: Lesson 1 How to be a stand out riding student   This lesson is the introduction lesson, the context for the other lessons. […]

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Your own unique feel is your capacity for brilliance

For the last two days, we have been talking about how, when we try to copy someone else’s way of being good with horses, that it so often leads to struggling unnecessarily and leads to feelings of failure and not being good enough. And that it is all sooo… unnecessary. And that when we work […]

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Ahhh horses and that feeling of not good enough

    Yesterday we talked about how trying to copy someone else’s way of being good with horses – no matter how good they are – will so often lead us to struggle and failure and to the experience of not feeling good enough. If you haven’t seen that blog yet, here’s the link so […]

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How to be a stand out riding student

   OR …  How to get the best out of your horse trainers and teachers    OR…  Do you even KNOW how good you are yet?   There are some absolutely awesome trainers and teachers and riders out there, some of whom I have studied and some whom I have admired from further afar. You […]

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The causes of nerves in horse riders and how to fix them

“Suck it up princess.” I’d like to slap ’em! Just kidding…  But I would like to jolt them into common sense.  Show me ONE single rider who creates poetry with their horse by sucking up their fear and doing it anyway.  It just… doesn’t …work… The only thing that’s wrong with being nervous is being […]

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