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Sitting with Fear

Sitting with fear — riding and horse training If you’ve ever had a horse-related accident or injury, you know that distinct feeling of residual fear that appears when you step up into the stirrup the first time. I grew up with the notion to bury any fearful experience, ride through it, and just plain “toughen…

Equestrian Blog — Part 2

Be the rider your horse needs you to be Ninety percent of the time, training issues are physical issues of the horse or rider! We equestrians spend an exorbitant amount money and time on vets, massage therapists, chiropractors, farriers, trainers, energy workers, you-name-it, to get our horse just right, but what if we are still…

Body Image

Sadly Body image issues are a common problem. In a society that promotes unrealistic body ideals, either cosmetically or strength wise… it is challenging to not get caught up in comparing oneself to these unrealistic standards. As a result, many individuals may experience depression, anxiety, anger and even self-loathing. There are multiple ways one can…

Include your Body in your Life – Return to the Core!

C&E’s brand-new Tool Kit manual — like the course — is designed to meet each body at its level of body awareness, strength and ability, and to help build a sustainable, effective and realistic home practice. Through fascial release techniques, strengthening, connection/awareness exercises, along with the integration of better movement patterns, you can feel improvement in your body — and everyday life.