I like to refer to what I do as Horse-Centred Horsemanship. What does this mean?
Horse-Centred Horsemanship refers to:
methods of training, riding and interacting with horses, that respect their psychology and behaviour.
Horses can be some of our best teachers (both of horsemanship and life!), and we owe it to them to build a partnership based on respect, trust, and mutual understanding.
When teaching horsemanship lessons, Our goal is to create a fun, safe space, where people feel free to learn, try new things, make mistakes, ask questions, and think outside the box.
An important part of being a horseman/woman is the ability to come up with creative solutions to problems, and we believe that this is only really possible when students feel that their ideas are respected and valued.