I took a very hands on approach to 2015 and am very grateful that I was able to meet so many horse lovers and also spend so much time working with my own horses (There are pics of my girls working at the end of this blog). I may not have written a lot of blogs or made quirky videos, but it was a riot to be out in the field, making friends and learning.
I put on sixteen workshops in a year where I started out thinking maybe I would do 2 or 3. People came from all walks of life and disciplines. Some of the participants didn’t even have horses in their lives, but they all had one thing in common and that was a passion for improving connection with horses!
2016 is already starting off with a bang since Trish and I teamed up to bring both our styles together to offer diverse clinic days over the winter. Our clinics in December flew by.
Trish and I have spots available in our winter series so feel free to check out our clinic poster to the right and head over to http://www.equitivities.com to get registered.
Working with Trish has inspired me to think about how I might offer some learning opportunities this summer with a variety of content.
The core will be liberty, but I would like to throw some other “spices” into the mix too to offer different learning experiences.
Stay tuned to the workshop page because when I figure out what I’m doing…you will be the first to know!
I often practice at liberty and plan to integrate the liberty into the strength training and stretching. First I need to get good at it all though so I understand it well.
I’m loving the affect on my horse’s flexibility and strength. I’m very excited about combining this work further with my liberty!
My goals in 2016 are to continue to put my horses and my learning first. When I invest in my horses and myself, then my students directly benefit.
I will also continue forging ahead into putting together more workshops and I’m booking dates and location for 2016 so make sure you check back often if you are interested.
I’m very proud of how my 2015 came together and that I committed to my horses even when I had a lot of other things pulling at my time.
What are you proud of this year and what is your plan for 2016?
Happy New Year!