TAO OF HORSEMANSHIP
Connecting Horses and Riders in Mind, Body and Soul
Understand Your Horse
Develop Your Potential
Fulfill Your Dreams
Caroline teaches both a holistic and classical approach to horsemanship, providing expert knowledge and instruction for the whole horse and rider.
Her approach is multi-dimensional and includes the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of both the person and horse’s well-being that specialize in self-awareness, the spiritual connection, relationship, discipline, confidence, biomechanics, and balanced riding.
If you’re looking for a better way of understanding your horse while developing them holistically, you are at the beste place to learn how.
If you are ready to start a new or young horse, re-start a traumatized or older horse or improve your horse care and horsemanship and want to use a holistic, positive, and proven method, Caroline will show you how – every step of the way.
Caroline’s method teaches horse owners everything there is to know about their horse while developing both horse and rider to their fullest potential.
One of the many areas that sets Caroline’s teachings and trainings apart is her organic process of teaching, rehabilitating, and training. This is also referred to as “unconscious” learning.
The benefits of this style of teaching and learning are huge and impact the way we process information which creates a higher level of learning performance in both horse and human.
Where most professionals use pressure, force and mechanics, to make things happen, Caroline uses strategies to engage the horse, so they feel safe enough to trust, start thinking and want to connect deeply.
The horse is never compromised, rushed, or forced during this process. Caroline’s compassionate way of teaching shows you how to understand what your horse needs, learn to work with them, instead of against, and most of all how to slow down, listen, tune in and connect.
Therefore, it’s organic. The process of learning, problem solving and developing (training) with your horse happens unconsciously, naturally, and with ease.
This includes learning how to work together with your horse during the toughest challenges. Sometimes the most difficult horses have the most to teach us.