EMHH Episode 14: How Your Hands Can Improve Your Horse's MoodApr 04, 2022
Does your horse interact with you because he HAS to? Wouldn't it be better if your horse CHOOSES to spend time with you?
There's a surprisingly simple hands-on movement that can help your horse feel calmer, more focused and WANT to interact with you.
In this episode, I'll tell you why this simple, gentle way of using your hands works so well to improve your horse's mood - and your own. In addition to the positive mood lift, it promotes a stronger, more heart-centered connection between you and your horse.
Your horse will feel better. And so will you!
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Behavioral Neuroscience, August 20, 2020, “C-low threshold mechanoafferent targeted dynamic touch modulates stress resilience in rats exposed to chronic mild stress” by Dr. Susannah Walker, et al.
Scientific American Mind, July/August 2015, “The Social Power of Touch,” by Lydia Denworth
The Scientist, September 1, 2012, “Pleasant to the Touch,” by Sabrina Richards
Neuron, Vol. 82, May 21, 2014, “Discriminative and Affective Touch: Sensing and Feeling,” by Francis McGlone, Johan Wessberg and Hakan Olausson
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More FREE resources:
- Feldenkrais® for Riders videos: marydebono.com/rider.
- Join our free FB group, "Happy, Healthy Horsewomen."
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Important safety reminder: Riding and handling horses are potentially dangerous activities. If you feel anxiety or fear, it may be warranted! Please don't do anything that can put you in danger. Educate yourself and seek the guidance of a qualified, positive trainer or medical professional as necessary. The information in this podcast is for general education/entertainment purposes only and is never intended as professional or medical advice.