I know that if I am off my game and I try to lay hands on a client he/she picks up on it immediately and then I'm in store for a frustrating session for both of us. Even when life throws me a curve ball I always take a moment to ground myself prior to touching any horse and the results are amazing. If this applies to my field I can only imagine what a trainer may go through. What are your thoughts?
3 Ways Equine Therapy Can Help ADHDPsychCentral.com (blog)Animals, and particularly horses, however, are fantastic at identifying the emotions of those around them. This is, after all, how a herd animal communicates and preserves safety.
Does your horse have a rib out? Check out this article and the symptoms. When in doubt call your Chiropractor and then your Equine Massage Therapist to create new muscle memory after an adjustment! Enjoy the day.
Vietnam vet trains horses to help soldiers with PTSD14 News WFIE EvansvilleELIZABETH, CO (KUSA/NBC) - A Vietnam veteran is training horses to help other veterans deal with post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.
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