EMHH Episode 13: Is Your Horse REALLY Relaxed? Are You? #equinemind #equinemovement #horsehumanconnection debono moves Jan 13, 2022
 

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....

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These Special Moves Can Help an Injured or Stressed Horse Recover #equinemind #equinemovement #horsehumanconnection debono moves rhythm circles Jan 13, 2022

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.

The...

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EMHH Episode 4: Your Horse Has Habits Too - Here's How to Change Them #equinemind #equinemovement debono moves habits Feb 05, 2021
 

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...

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EMHH Episode 1: You Have to Do This Before Your Horse Can Improve #equinemind #equinemovement #horsehumanconnection #humanmind #humanmovement feldenkrais riders Jan 14, 2021
 

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...

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Would Your Horse Know What to Do? #equinemind #horsehumanconnection horse horses Jul 23, 2020

 

Help me! Help me!

The man called out as he came lurching down the path, a rifle clutched against his chest.

Yikes!

 

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...

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Girthy Horse? Simple Steps Make Saddling a Pleasure #equinemind #equinemovement #horsehumanconnection horses saddling issues Jul 03, 2019

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...

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