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Do you want to advance up the levels without sacrificing your horse's welfare and your relationship with him? Do you find it confusing trying to reconcile competitive training techniques with methods that prioritize partnership? Get ready for some fresh insights and a deeper understanding of how to progress with your horse. This podcast invites an evolution in your training and learning experience. Karen Rohlf will give you specific techniques and exercises, ‘outside the box’ concepts, and p ...
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Step-by-step, ethical and sustainable horse training courses. Dr Kate Fenner (PhD - Horse Behaviour), Kandoo Equine, is an equine scientist and researcher, qualified equestrian coach and John Lyons Certified trainer. Courses - https://kandooequine.com/
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The Elaine Heney podcast is a global equestrian show for equestrians all over the world, who want to build an inspiring partnership with their horse using ‘Listening to the Horse’ inspired ground & riding lessons & approaches. If you love natural horsemanship, liberty work, polework training, groundwork, lateral movements, trail riding & vaquero horsemanship, you are in the right place! As horse owners we take as long as it takes. We understand that horsemanship is a lifelong journey. And we ...
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Episode Summary: In this episode I talk about how we can be firm while being fair, clear while being compassionate, and be non-negotiable while still giving horses the opportunity to have a choice. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the equestrian educati…
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In this episode I talk about transitions. I’ll give you some exercise to do with transitions to help your horse’s overall balance, engagement, and nimbleness. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the equestrian educational paradigm. She teaches students of …
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In this episode I explore common phrases I hear students use to describe their experience when learning DN. I seek to discover exactly why they say it, and what they were missing before. My hope is that this episode will help you stay more on track in your own journey. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an int…
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In this episode I am joined by Mary Richards to talk about enrichment which is basically about how to keep our horses in a way that allows them to be the happiest horses they can be. I think you’ll really love this conversation where we’ll learn how even small changes can make a big difference. You’ll learn about Social, Cognitive, Sensory, & Physi…
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This episode re-introduces a popular episode from the archives about the famous (infamous) half halt. The half halt is an important concept in dressage - AND it’s a term I actually rarely use. I get a lot of questions about it, and anyone who has studied dressage or has taken dressage lessons has been asked to do a half halt. If you’ve ever been co…
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This episode is a re-introduction of a favorite episode of mine that goes more into our own minds rather than just horse training techniques, but I promise, what is in this episode will be a HUGE help to your horsemanship. It talks about what we notice, how our neurology works against us noticing everything we can notice, and it will give ideas for…
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In this episode I talk about Brace, and more importantly, what we can do about it. As you might guess, the solution is a little about the horse, and about us. It takes 2 to keep a brace going, and it’s our responsibility to dissolve it. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician…
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In this ‘Best Of’ episode I reintroduce an episode where I talk about an important belief that often is the root of conflict between horse and rider. It’s so important I want to revisit it again! About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the equestrian education…
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In this episode I am joined by Jim Masterson, founder of The Masterson Method – a breakthrough form of equine bodywork which helps enhance performance, suppleness, mobility, and comfort whilst developing the relationship and bond of trust between the horse and owner. About the Guest: Jim Masterson is the founder of The Masterson Method – a breakthr…
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In this ‘Best Of’ episode I reintroduce an episode where I talk less about what to learn and do, and more about the process of learning and doing. It’s one of my favorite episodes and worth highlighting again. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the equest…
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This episode goes deep into the HTIH archives as Karen re-introduces one of her favorite topics. It was the very first episode released: "What Makes A Good Rider?" This is something we all need to be thinking about every day with our horses, and Karen’s perspective on this subject may be different than what you think. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, a…
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In this episode I describe a lesson I taught recently in order to illustrate a practical application of some Dressage Naturally principles. This will help you understand how I strategized my approach to a challenge and hopefully it will help YOU be able to strategize, too! About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an…
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In this episode I share a question from a student (and my answer) about her rider position. It’s not so much about what is the correct position, but how to approach improving it in the context of training your horse. How do you train your horse when you know you have things you need to improve in your own position? About the Host: Karen Rohlf, auth…
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In this episode I am joined by Heidi Lowthorp and Niki Wilde Broadhead, who are part of the Transform Your Business Dream Team that help heart-centered horse professionals. They will be sharing stories of their own transformations, what was difficult and how they overcame it. If you are a horse professional prepare to be inspired. About the Guests:…
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Hello, its Elaine Heney here. Please enjoy this audio book excerpt of the first few chapters of The Forgotten Horse. This book is one of 6 books in the Connemara series and is perfect for kids aged 8 plus and even their parents too! You can buy all the paperback books and the full audio books in this series at https://www.elaineheneybooks.com…
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Enjoy this audio book excerpt of the first few chapters of Sinead and Strawberry, The Saddlestone Connemara Pony Listening School. This book is one of 4 books in the Saddlestone series and is perfect for kids aged 6 to 10 years and even older! You can buy the 4 paperback books and the full audio books at https://www.elaineheneybooks.com…
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To celebrate the launch of my new book, the Galway Connemara, please enjoy this sneak peek of the audio book edition. You can buy the paperback, hardcover, ebook & audio book on my website at https://www.elaineheneybooks.com The Galway Connemara is inspired by Black Beauty, and follows the life of an Irish Connemara pony called Lir. The story is to…
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To celebrate the launch of my new book, the Galway Connemara, please enjoy this sneak peek of the audio book edition. You can buy the paperback, hardcover, ebook & audio book on my website at https://www.elaineheneybooks.com The Galway Connemara is inspired by Black Beauty, and follows the life of an Irish Connemara pony called Lir. The story is to…
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To celebrate the launch of my new book, the Galway Connemara, please enjoy this sneak peek of the audio book edition. You can buy the paperback, hardcover, ebook & audio book on my website at https://www.elaineheneybooks.com The Galway Connemara is inspired by Black Beauty, and follows the life of an Irish Connemara pony called Lir. The story is to…
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To celebrate the launch of my new book, the Galway Connemara, please enjoy this sneak peek of the audio book edition. You can buy the paperback, hardcover, ebook & audio book on my website at https://www.elaineheneybooks.com The Galway Connemara is inspired by Black Beauty, and follows the life of an Irish Connemara pony called Lir. The story is to…
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To celebrate the launch of my new book, the Galway Connemara, please enjoy this sneak peek of the audio book edition. You can buy the paperback, hardcover, ebook & audio book on my website at https://www.elaineheneybooks.com The Galway Connemara is inspired by Black Beauty, and follows the life of an Irish Connemara pony called Lir. The story is to…
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In this episode I talk about how important it is that the really nice, compassionate, heart-centered horse professionals thrive. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the equestrian educational paradigm. She teaches students of all disciplines and levels fro…
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In this episode I talk with Sandra Beaulieu about creativity and horses, and how you can express your own creativity with your horse. About the Guest: Sandra Beaulieu is a creative equestrian that combines her passion for dressage, equine art, and musical freestyle to inspire and help others have fun with their horses. She is an author and performs…
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In this episode I continue the theme  from the last episode which was about the importance of knowing WHY you are doing an exercise. This time with more of a dressagey focus. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the equestrian educational paradigm. She teac…
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In this episode I’ll talk about the importance of knowing WHY you are doing an exercise. This will apply to the most basic or advanced exercises. When you don’t know why you are doing an exercise you can miss golden training moments. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician wh…
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In this episode I’ll talk about the importance of advocating for our horses, and how that advocacy actually has to start with ourselves.. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the equestrian educational paradigm. She teaches students of all disciplines and l…
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In this episode I talk with Dr Karen Gellman who specializes in biomechanics. She is part of a team of people who created the Postural Rehabilitation program. We’ll be talking about the multi-faceted approach to helping your horse. About the Guest: Dr. Karen Gellman is a graduate of Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine, and has a doctorate from C…
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In this episode, I’m joined by Jane Pike, who helps me answer a student’s question about anxiety vs. excitement. Jane will share a bit of her own personal journey, and will talk about how relaxation, excitement, and anxiety all relate, as well as the importance of creativity. About the Guest: Jane Pike is a coach, writer, poet, and horsewoman from …
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In this Happy New Year episode Karen ponders the different cycles that we can experience in life and of course horsemanship. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing the equestrian educational paradigm. She teaches students of all disciplines and levels from ar…
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