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Lessons from a Horse: Working with High Sensitive People

| No Comments | Published on January 31, 2016

  “You do not work with that horse”, the horse wrangler said.  He’s “stupid and flighty”.  She then moved her hand quickly to prove her point.  The horse’s head flew back with his eyes wide but he didn’t back away.  He just kept his head and neck suspended high with… Read More

Fear of Horses (and other imaginable things)

| 1 Comment | Published on March 4, 2015

Like most people, I’m no stranger to fear. And to be honest with you, fear has gripped me a lot during the past few years.  Leaving all that I knew as a long-termer in the Corporate world to embark on a journey that would not only change my career, but… Read More

Busyness, Success, and the Hamster Wheel

| 1 Comment | Published on December 11, 2013

Prior to owning a horse, I would often pass by one standing at a barn or out in the field and think they were bored, lonely, or even sad – especially in the dead of winter when they tend to move less.  My heart would reach out to them while… Read More

The Gate to Wisdom Has Opened

| 2 Comments | Published on August 13, 2013

  Many people have  a hard time grasping exactly what I do within Equine Facilitated Learning (also referred to as Equine Coaching, Equine Assisted Learning, Equine Guided Education, etc).  While I can give the ‘Elevator Pitch’, there’s nothing more powerful than conveying a story or experiencing the work yourself.   A… Read More