This Easter I have been reconnecting with the fun and childlike part of myself and indulging in silliness, including with the horses. I am the girl who always wanted a pony growing up but only got one once she was over 40! The very patient pony in the picture is Dream, my Icelandic Cob cross youngster who is just turning
Although I love my EAL practice, I hit another plateau, another “what is the reason I’m doing all this” place. I was feeling a lack of inspiration and had accepted this was how it was meant to be for the time being and would shift when it was meant to. Well the shift happened last weekend when I attended an
This poem was written by my friend Eden, aged 11 for her homework and inspired by my mare Pip. I think it’s a beautiful piece of writing and captures the essence and magic of the horse, human connection.
I heard quite a bit of hype about this book, both from natural horsemanship and Equine Assisted Learning colleagues, so I was keen to see how well a book straddled the worlds of horsemanship, spirituality and self awareness. In the last 10 years or more, along with the popularity of natural horsemanship styles, there has been a growing awareness that