Who would like to bet me that someone doing this weekend’s seminar will get a better piaffe or shoulder-in or a more confident horse out on the trail – JUST FROM FIXING STRESS AND TENSION AROUND THEIR FEET? I’ll be looking forward to the feedback afterwards! 🙂
The seminar is 7am this Sunday 28th Melbourne time / Saturday 27th for Eurupe, UK, USA and Canada and yes there’s a replay.
Because stress and the physical tension that comes from it is cumulative – each unaddressed stressor adding on to the next – something simple like happy feet trimming, can have far reaching effects in health, handling, riding and relationship.
And the feet trimmers and farriers are going to love you if you put this seminar into action.
In this next of our monthly seminars we’ll be covering the basics of solving horses that are difficult to trim or shoe AND an advanced process for releasing old trauma around holding up their feet – thus reducing muscular-skeletal problems such as tight sore muscles and even reducing arthritis. Gosh, I can’t wait to prove this to you!
This seminar is part of our low cost, Anti-Struggling Revolution monthly seminars, that need lots of people attending for them to be financially viable from my end – so I will be very appreciative when you share this opportunity with your horse friends. <3
Click here for the Anti Struggling Revolution page where you can buy a seminar ticket. And see the two free ticket opportunities at the bottom of the page.
Today’s photo is of Sunny. We used this approach and techniques to change her lethalness with one foot a long time ago. On the day in this photo, she showed us and released an old stressor during feet trimming that changed the shape of her rear end so dramatically, that she changed from a horse who ran poop down her legs, to a clean pooping angle and clean legs even in the spring grass. Many thanks to my rock star feet trimmer Kathryn Christieson (in the photo) who facilitated this latest healing. Ahhh the blessings of a seriously good feet trimmer!
If you’re peeved that you’ve found this article too late to be on the seminar live, then you’re welcome to buy a ticket anyway. Just let me know that it’s this seminar you’re interested in and I’ll send you the replay.
p.s. I have two long term students who have donated a ticket for someone who would love to do this, but whose finances are a bit stretched. Bless them!