Modern Horsemanship is a way to discover self-reflection and personal well-being through a horse’s connection and energy.
Our programs capitalize on the magic found only in the heart of the horse.
Experience our program through the online training courses, clinics & workshops or through premium retreats. The connection with horses will be sure to heal hearts, encourage leadership skills and excellent sportsmanship, and solidify a strong foundation as modern horsemen.
A comprehensive, effective and positively transformative equine training platform. Our online courses are both intuitive-based and practical — sharing expert knowledge and thorough, step-by-step training videos. In addition to the rich content and in-depth videos, students have access to a multitude of relevant supplemental education materials.
Learning the foundation of Modern Horsemanship includes the basics of groundwork and how those techniques translate to under-saddle work. A brief introduction to the importance of cross-training and the sports psychology are part of our clinics connecting modern-day equestrians to their equine athletic partners.
Based on equine-facilitated mindfulness and equine-guided meditation with horses, our retreats enable you to rest, relax and recharge your batteries. This new-found mental state can dramatically increase your self-confidence and self-compassion by spiritually connecting with our horses in an enriching, compelling, and transformational way.
Setting goals, purpose and mental perspective for working with a horse. This is the first step before you even walk in to work with a horse.
Words and body language. Vocal inflection and directional body positioning to communicate in the natural language horses understand.
Breathing and projecting the vision of what we want to accomplish.
Learn to read the horse’s body language and meet them where they are.
When all is said and done, each horse is different. Trusting the process and being patient will achieve far more than rushing through the details.
Utilize the concept of cross-training to develop a more well-rounded, more trusting relationship.
Horses require an alpha leader but not one who is purely dictator and not one who is passive.