Horse time in the South of France at the horse farm “The Place of Grace” with private lessons
… for people who:
– participate with their own horse or a horse of the Place of Grace
– want to work intensively with themselves and their horse
– are facing small or large challenges with their horse (or themselves)
… for horses that:
Category 1: Horses with problematic behavior:
– Horse does not allow itself to be touched / caught
– Horse is very afraid of ropes, objects
– Horse bites, kicks, rears up
– Horse tears itself loose
Category 2: Young horses for starting
Category 3: Horses with special issues:
– Horse is afraid of water / spray bottles
– Horse won’t stand still at the tie-up / when mounting
– Horse should get to know liberty work
– Horse should be more relaxed in the trailer
…really want to move something between you and your horse?
…move with horses in a way that creates flow and magic?
…experience feelings of connection and happiness for yourself and the horse through fine communication?
…learn a combination of technique, sensitivity and relationship that strengthens your interaction with your horse?
…recognize how your inner attitude, your state of mind, your intention and your handling of feelings affect the horse?
…build a real connection and relationship with horses?
…learn to communicate finely with horses through your body language and inner alignment?
…gain a deeper understanding of the techniques used in liberty work, groundwork with a leadrope and riding?
The content is individually tailored to your wishes and needs. We look for a balance between what you want and what is important to the horse. Sometimes it is helpful to experience the issues that arise with your horse with other horses. It is possible to train for this with horses from the yard.
Relationship with you and the horse
Horses react sensitively to our feelings and inner attitude. Being together requires emotional congruence, clarity, presence, patience and empathy. You learn to be in contact with yourself in order to build a connection with the horse. We look at where it makes sense to make agreements with the horse and where we leave the interaction free so that encounters can arise spontaneously.
Balance between being and doing
Horses need us to spend time with them in presence and in being. This is associated with the activities.
In contact with the horse, you learn to match your own energy to the horse and use your body language to communicate precisely. You get to know your energy by exploring the spectrum of intensity, thereby expanding the tolerance window of you and the horse. You get to know your own limits and can expand or consolidate them in contact with the horse. You can use understandable signals to move the horse in a targeted manner.
We can look at topics such as refining aids, movement in all directions and from all spatial positions with and without a rope, tolerance development for high intensity and trailerloading.
Perhaps you have other individual concerns, I would be happy to hear about them.