Would you like to take something that you're probably already doing and make it much more beneficial for your horse?
In this short episode, you can learn how to:
- Develop your ability to tune in to your horse and identify areas of tension or soreness
- Reduce neuromuscular tension in your...
Many of us move in ways that lead to injury, strain and pain. That's a recipe for resistance and frustration - for both you and your horse!
In this episode, you'll discover how to use the 4 pillars of healthy movement to improve your athletic ability and be a better...
Let's talk about how you can effortlessly improve your movement. And your horse's performance.
Many of us force ourselves into a straighter posture and endure uncomfortable stretches in an attempt to improve our position and flexibility. And we use that same mindset with...
Do you wish your horse was more willing and enthusiastic? Do you ever think of your horse as lazy or stubborn? Do you wish your horse would pay more attention to you?
In this episode, Mary gives you tips to use leading as a fun way to connect with your horse and have a more...<![CDATA[ // ]]>
In this episode, you’ll learn how horses and humans get stuck in “habit ruts” that contribute to stiffness, soreness and general unhappiness. Mary will explain how to use small changes to your everyday routine to break out of that rut and help you and your horse...<![CDATA[ // ]]>
Whether you want to improve your horse's athletic performance, confidence or comfort, there's a KEY step that needs to happen. And I'll tell you all about it in this episode.
This key step has benefits for you too. It refines your communication, enhances your feel and...
You want your horse to be relaxed and responsive. But do you know if your horse TRULY is relaxed? Some horses appear relaxed, but they’re NOT.
You’ll learn why “relaxed readiness” is essential for your horse’s athletic ability – and your own....<![CDATA[ // ]]>
Slow, rhythmic movements can help an injured, stressed horse recover.
With my hands resting lightly on the bay mare’s rib cage, we simply breathed together for several minutes. Her breathing was shallow. And faster than normal. It was obvious that the horse was stressed. Very stressed.
To get the FREE videos of Mary demonstrating the hands-on moves with a horse, go to MaryDebono.com/Horse.
Is your horse stiff to one side? Does your horse hollow her back or stand asymmetrically? Does he pin his ears when he tighten the girth?
In this episode, you'll learn how to...
Click here to get the FREE videos of Mary demonstrating the hands-on moves with horses.
My goal in this podcast is to help you discover how you and your horse could have balanced fluid movement or relaxed mind, and a joyful connection with each other.
And one of the ways that I do...<![CDATA[ // ]]>
Help me! Help me!
The man called out as he came lurching down the path, a rifle clutched against his chest.
I was hand walking my leopard Appaloosa, Spotzy, with a friend when we noticed the armed man coming towards us.
Quickly realizing that the man’s...
Does your horse pin his ears when you tighten the girth? Does he get grumpy, swish his tail or threaten to bite or kick when you cinch him up? Does your horse seem to hold her breath (“blowing up” or “bloating”) when you’re tacking her up?1
Any of those reactions...