Teaching the Horse to Stop With an Unbalanced Rider Starts Before We Even Put a Foot in the Stirrup.

 

If you haven’t had the honor of seeing this method in use, this video should show you the impact it can have on your entire future as a rider.  It’s never fun to come off a horse who leaves us in the dust, or who kicks at us on our way down.  Anna has found a simple and safe solution to these issues, and it starts in the early days of training.  Additionally, this way, the horse gets to work through an unseated rider and cope with “rider falls” when our bodies are not the ones at risk.  So really this is an invaluable step for ANY riding horse and will benefit any rider to climb aboard in the future.  By starting simply, starting slowly, and allowing the horse to assess the “problem of an imbalanced rider,” we can teach them how to help us stay safe.  Please visit our website for more information on how you can engage in one of Anna’s clinics and learn the tools of the whispering trade.  Visit us at: Holistic Horse Course .

 

 

 

Eye Contact for Clear Communication

It was a few years ago we gentled Sunny (Sol) at the ROTH foal gentling clinic at Ray of Light Farms in Connecticut. She was but a few weeks old and the most shy and smallest of them all – she has grown into herself and put her past behind her (being subject to the PMU industry). Sunny seeks eye contact, she seeks connection and clarity. When it was lost, she learned to tune out. She wants to read her trainer’s eye by tracking her thoughts and create a place of safety. Without it she runs riot in the round pen with it she moved into softness and relaxation! Its these little things that are so big for our horses, without them all goes wrong, with the subtleties it seems so simple when you know how.

 

Anna Takes Animal Communication to Ray of Light Farm in East Haddam, CT.

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Everyone talks to their dog. Those of us with pets, have had casual “conversations” with our furry, feathered, or even finned friends. It’s human nature to chat. We’ve likely bent Rover’s ear too long over trivial irritations that happened at work or lamenting the tedious commute home. Our pets have long been victims of our mindless self-talk and keepers of our deepest secrets.

But what if you could have a real conversation with your animal companion?  What if you knew what they were really thinking or saying …

World renowned animal communicator and horse whisperer, Anna Twinney would say “the only thing stopping you is your own beliefs of what is truly possible. You absolutely can know.”

On September 9-11, Twinney will lead a group of animal lovers at Ray of Light Farm in East Haddam on a journey to tap into their inherent abilities. Animal Communication is not supernatural, but a natural way of communicating with animals and even people!  Animals communicate telepathically with one another all the time, we just need to reawaken those intuitive senses to explore this extraordinary skill.

Twinney is sought out all over the world by concerned pet and horse owners hoping to find answers to behavioral issues, health problems and other mysteries.

Her own journey into animal communication began over two decades ago.  Having unlocked this missing piece of the puzzle, Twinney knew that she had to share her knowledge. Now known the world over for her exceptional abilities, specific, verifiable methods and extensive knowledge of horses, Twinney often found animal communication techniques helpful during her work with horses as well.

“The language of the horses, called Equus, is almost completely non-verbal. While horses have the ability to vocalize and they do use it … the nuances of their language is in the subtitles only seen by those fluent in the language,” Twinney explains.

The “Evening of Animal Communication” workshop is truly a step through the wardrobe into a world that most people only dream of.

To learn more about Animal Communication, Anna and the event at Ray of Light Farms visit ReachOuttoHorses.com or to learn more about Ray of Light Farms and the rescue efforts there, visit www.RayofLightFarms.org . A portion of the proceeds from Twinney’s workshops will be earmarked to support the ongoing horse rescue and rehabilitation at Ray of Light.

For further information on registering to learn Animal Communication yourself, visit us at the link below:

Reach Out to Horses Events Calendar

Unlock Your Inehrent Abilities to Connect

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For further information and to enroll please visit us at the ROTH website: http://www.reachouttohorses.com/ctclinics.html