Been asked to give a lecture/demo at the Holistic Horse and Pony Centre in November.  Should be fun and good experience for me to try and explain what I do!  I am used to performing treatments and explaining myself to 1 or 2 people, but 12 will be a different matter! 


Spent the day training with Paul Treloar.  He is the founder of Equi-Satus, and with whom I spent 3 years learning this technique from.  I took him to a few of my clients with horses that kept having little niggles that I could not understand where they were coming from.  It is inspiring to work with him.  As a therapist, I think we sometimes get in a comfort zone of knowing our abilities, and it is nice to be pushed out of these.  He re-opened my eyes and got me back in touch with my intuitive side, and not just relying on my trained knowledge.  Thank you!

Been invited to go back to Kuwait. This always a good experience.  It is interesting to see different ways horses are kept and how they cope with their environment.  As we tend to keep horses in unnatural environments, well for them anyway, it is so interesting to see any changes to them both physically and mentally.

No equine therapy is a substitute for veterinary attention. All work carried out is in accordance with the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966, which states that veterinary consent must be approved before working on any animal.

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