If you are passionate about learning to communicate with horses and develop mutual trust and respect, then join us and industry professional to learn the secrets to really be in harmony with your horse. HAPPA and renowned industry professionals have come together to hold this thought provoking day.
Mark Fuller North West Horseman
Mark Fuller is joining us to demonstrate and share his technique. Mark has a natural feel and is able to teach this ability to others, allowing owners and trainers to work in harmony with horses rather than against. Developing softness is having the sensitivity we need in order to ‘feel’ when the horse tries to give. Communicating effectively with your horse rather than forcing an issue, is key to success.
Morgan Standen BHSAI HAPPA Equine Trainer
The variation of equines that are rescued by the charity are both diverse and challenging. Morgan adapts her method of working to individual horses with varying degrees of emotional and physical trauma from abuse and or neglect. Her skills and knowledge is invaluable when it comes to the backing of youngsters and the re-training of quirky horses.
Catherine Birtwistle and Catherine Howley
NLP Master Practitioners (Hornby & Birtwistle Coaching)
Identify your own negative and positive thought patterns will encourage and enhance your relationship with any horse or pony. If we learn to be in harmony with ourselves, we can easily transfer our knowledge and skills to become better listeners. These two inspirational coaches will show you how.
Joanne Andrews ACPAT Reg Equine Physiotherapist
Joanne is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) Jo will have you jumping out of your seats, with an interactive session to ensure harmony and balance of the rider. She will demonstrate the actions of the rider and how good posture and symmetry can affect your horses’ well-being.
£30 per person
To book your ticket call 01282 455992 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Date:||Wed 3rd July||Time:||11:00 am - 4:00 pm|
Shores Hey Farm, Black House Lane, Halifax Road, Briercliffe
Burnley, Lancashire BB10 3QU United Kingdom