Emotional Horsemanship CLINIC with Lockie
11, 12 May 2024
Full Circle Farm, 5180 Grange Hall Rd, Holly, MI, United States, Michigan
CAN YOU HAUL IN?
Yes. Full Circle Farms has guest stables and guest turn out paddocks available. You can accommodate overnight, or haul in each morning. There is RV parking and hookup available, but limited. Your accommodation of your horse is not included in your ticket. You should contact Courtney to arrange your stay at our host farm.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Anybody who owns, loans or can borrow a suitable horse. Horses must be a minimum age of 4 years. Horses younger than 4 years old are advised to book for private lesson. No stallions. Stallions should book private lessons.
TICKETS ARE SOLD ONE DAY AT A TIME
It is strongly advised, to get the most out of the clinic, to participate in both days of the clinic.
If a wait list accumulates for participant spots, one day ticket holders will be moved for folks who are going to participate in both days of the event.
If you need a more cost effective way to try EH, the video library starts at 4.5 per month, and there are online courses and coaching available which are economical and convenient options to work with Lockie
HEALTH OF HORSES
Horses must be physically healthy, with recent hoofcare, adequate body condition, fitted tack, up to date with worming and vaccinations. No saddle fitting, trimming or tack consultations will be given at the clinic. Your horse should be thoroughly prepared to be in a new place with new horses doing new things.
tel: +1 989-225-1702
Participant: 489 Euros per participant PER DAY
Basic Auditor: 110 Euros per person PER DAY
Premium Auditor: 213 Euros per person PER DAY
1.00 Euro = $0.99 - $1.010 USD
WHAT WILL THE CLINIC BE?
A structured program in Emotional Horsemanship, a horse training method using science, empathy and feel to create emotionally balanced horses. Specialising in creating connection, communication and clarity with recreational equestrians and their personal horses.
A 'Tasting Menu' of the various techniques Emotional Horsemanship can offer, taught in a slow, safe and patient manner.
I don't have a horse right now. Or the horse I visit the most, is not mine, but belongs to a lesson stable or a friend. Is Emotional Horsemanship still useful for me?"Absolutely! Emotional Horsemanship puts a 50/50 focus on your emotional intelligence, and the horses emotional expression. There is SO MUCH we can do even without a horse to better prepare us when we do meet any horse, or one day buy our own. The skills you will learn in Emotional Horsemanship you can take to any horse, anywhere, and forge a friendship with them straight away. They will help you be safer, because you will FEEL and KNOW and UNDERSTAND when the horse is getting upset, or when the horse has potential to do something hazardous. You can actually develop the skill to predict accidents. It is not easy, but definitely possible!
I struggle to know what I am feeling. I am stuck in my head all the time! I am not an emotional person. Can this work for me?Yes! You ARE an emotional person. But societal conditioning, your normal education, and your hyper developed human brain has over developed your rational, thinking system. Your emotional system is still there in your brain. It mixes in the same region as memory and movement processing. You can access it. Because you don't learn emotional awareness. You REMEMBER IT. You got this! You can do this! Reclaim your empathy
My horse is 'naughty'. He/she is not kind or sweet natured. How on earth can I be empathic and kind to my horse when they try to hurt and annoy me all the time?This is exactly why Emotional Horsemanship is so important. I made this FOR YOU Horses behave in ways which are - naughty - aggressive - careless - dangerous FOR A REASON! By peeling back you and your horses history and layers of learned behaviour there is a horse in there that just wants to feel safe, be understood, feel comfortable and enjoy their life. Just like you. In Emotional Horsemanship we take a very direct route to solving these behaviour problems without punishment, but by rehabilitating the way the horse relates to humans from the ground, up.
I come from a really traditional background. This sounds really great, but I am struggling to get to grips with all this. Maybe it is just not for me?"It would be a mistake to think that you cannot change. My favorite type of horse person is the one who makes a change, after years of belief or even success with a different way of doing things. You CAN change, you CAN adapt, and you CAN begin again. For no other reason than you decided it to be so. This time, you got the support you need to make it happen If you are unsure where to begin, book in for a free 30 minute discovery call and I will break this huge change you are going through into small, easy, bite sized chunks. You got this.