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1.  “Hands without legs. Legs without hands.” ~ Francois Baucher The biggest difference between classical dressage and competition dressage is the use of the rider's aids. Classical dressage does not use constant driving aids to push the horse onto the rider's restraining hands. The leg and hand aids are used…
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250 million people practice tai chi, and 200 million practice yoga world wide.  It's no secret that wellness is connected to relaxation, movement, breathing, balance, and flexibility.  And likewise, you'll find numerous articles and studies telling you that bad posture, lack of exercise, and stress will cut your life short.…
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The word 'respect' is thrown around a lot in the horse training industry. It's a bit of a tricky word, since it can mean different things to different people.  The important thing is not the word itself, but the feeling in your gut when you use it.  Have you ever…
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Imagine a rider who is trotting along on their horse.  Nothing is going horribly wrong, but it's not a particularly pretty picture.  The horse is leaning on the rider's clenched hands, and the rider is trying desperately to sit deeply and drive the horse forward, like their instructor told them…
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I know that it's tempting to think of horses as big furry humans, but we have to remember that the way their body works is often very different than human physiology.  Taking care of our beloved horses is always a balance between giving them the best that we can and…

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We had a great day of training with Maria. I'm so glad that I can have my son learn a safe and peaceful method of horsemanship and not the wack'em, … read more