Matilda

The healing Donkey I believe there is a healer in us all, but for some reason, some of us shine brighter than others when it comes to the healing arts. We are all born with the innate wisdom of how to heal ourselves, but over the centuries this has been programmed out of most of us through society beliefs and …

Reflections

By Kailie Nott Tippin, my first pony, was challenging and fun. He taught me to respect his feelings as well as my own. Tightening his girth came with crocodile jaws to take a piece out of me if I wasn’t careful. Until I mastered a more independent seat, too much bumping on his back resulted in him living up to …

Truth it is seeking the right question

Truth it is the foundation of relationship. Being prey animals, horses are highly attuned to their environment. They are constantly on guard and have highly developed senses. Their life depends on it. When the horse interacts with the human, the world’s number one predator, they have one question foremost on their mind – do you speak the truth?     …

7 Keys to Authenticity Workshops

7 keys to Authenticity Workshop Discover how the 7 chakras are directly related to your relationship with your horse.  Self Development and Spiritual Empowerment through the wisdom of horse! BOOK NOW Email: Jo and Kailie at info@holisticequitation.com.au When being with horses I am always looking for ways to connect more openly, authentically and congruently. Many people are not aware of …

Tips on building a manege

Menage or manege? Well… if you say menage to a Frenchman he’ll think of households – as in ‘menage a trois’ – and certainly won’t connect you with horses. The correct term for a schooling area for horses is manege! Selecting an appropriate size.. The most common size is a standard 40 x 20 metre school. This is quite adequate …