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✴ It's the Horsefulness Training Podcast ! ✴ Karine Vandenborre - founder of Horsefulness Training - discusses interesting topics about horses and horse training, shares inspiring stories, gives you new tips, insights and ideas & motivates you to be the best possible YOU for your horse! ❤ Enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to the Equestrian Perspective Podcast - hosted by Felicity Davies, a 29-year old who is obsessed with helping horses and riders feel confident in any environment whilst using compassionate methods. On this podcast, you'll be given a collection of Felicity's best trainings so you can truly understand your horse, form an amazing relationship with them and feel empowered in the pursuit of your dreams. So get ready, you're about to have a new equestrian perspective!
 
A monthly podcast bringing you the latest information to help build stronger relationships with our animal companions, enhance training, assist shelter animals, and address other important issues related to animal welfare and training. If you are like us who love, live, and work with animals, this is the show for you! Please enjoy! Please contact us or find more information at Facebook page "Constructional Approach to Animal Welfare and Training" or email us at caawtcontact@gmail.com
 
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In this episode I will talk about anticipation vs assumption. I’ll look at how we can use consistency and variety in an artful way to achieve the result we want from our horses. I’ll share some very specific examples of exercises you can do to create a state of readiness that is so important in our equine athletes. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, auth…
 
It is time to normalise short training sessions as being productive and good enough, and by short I'm talking 2-10minutes! In this episode, I dive in to: Why we should incorporate short training sessions into our routine with our horses Why short training sessions are often better than long training sessions Where the 45 minute 'do more' mindset ca…
 
Dr. Sarah Reiff-Hekking is a Speaker, Coach, and Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years’ experience helping people create and achieve their goals. She’s developed unique systems to help her clients get a grip on their time and step up to the next level in their life or business. She is also a friend and horse-lover. In this episode we’ll be talki…
 
In this episode, I chat with Kelly Wilson about some of the lessons she has learnt from observing and working with wild horses. Kelly is one of the Wilson Sisters and is a best selling author, award-winning photographer, reality television star, wild horse tamer, equestrian and adventurer. Listen to hear about: How Kelly found her passion of workin…
 
Hey hey, To celebrate my 30th trip around the sun I wanted to share 30 lessons with you all that I have learnt and embodying or working towards embody (because let's face it, no one is perfect). The lessons shared are broad and personal development based but can be applied to any area of your life (including horses)....because let's face it horses …
 
In part 2 of our interview with Barbara Heidenreich, she discusses challenges, and their solutions, to applying the Constructional Aggression Treatment with various exotic animals in zoological settings. Through sharing some amazing stories, she explains the importance of why our training procedures need to be functional. Please enjoy this wonderfu…
 
This is a recording of an interview I did with Dr. Jenifer Zeligs as part of a Happy Horse Interview Series. Jenifer is the author of Animal Training 101 and has worked with a wide range of exotic animals as well as horses. She currently works with Sea Lions. I think you will love her insights and educated perspective on this subject! About the Gue…
 
In this episode, I dive into exactly how to overcome self-doubt around your horse. I share my experience navigating periods of self-doubt and the different fears that have popped up for me personally throughout my journey with horses. Plus I also dive into how you can understand your self-doubt and work towards overcoming it so you can work towards…
 
In this episode, I will share how I got into horsemanship, how I became a horsemanship mentor and how the Confident Equestrian Program started and what it is today. You’ll learn what makes CEP different, who it’s for, and what allows the program to provide amazing results for my students. I’ll even give you an overview of the 5 modules within CEP a…
 
The 2020 (2021) Olympics just finished, so I thought I would muse about my thoughts around competition, and what quality is most needed in equestrian sports in order for us to continue to have a future on the main stage. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinician who is changing…
 
In this episode, I chat all about how you can set healthy goals with your horse whilst mitigating doubt and disappointment. Because we all know that with horses we have to be very adaptable and if you're a bit of a perfectionist (like me) you may have a love-hate relationship with setting goals with your horse but I want to help you with that! List…
 
In this episode of part 1 of 2, Barbara Heidenreich shares her journey of becoming an animal training consultant, her introduction to the Constructional Approach, and the benefits of this approach in helping animals and the staff in a zoological setting. She also shared creative applications of the Constructional Aggression Treatment with exotic sp…
 
This episode marks 1 full year of my podcast! I am celebrating and musing about this past year. Along the way I’ll talk about emotions, challenges, and motivation. Thank you for making this podcast in the top 1% of all podcasts globally! About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized clinicia…
 
In this episode, I chat with one of my previous Confident Equestrian Program (CEP) students, Kelly Ralph. Kelly is a show horse competitor and competes successfully at a state and national level with her beautiful show hunter galloway KL Embers aka Amber. Together we chat about: How Kelly started riding and the confidence issues she had from the be…
 
After viewing and reading some not so nice things on social media regarding the dressage at the Olympics I wanted to do a quick episode on how I think we can advocate for horses and create positive change in the equestrian industry. Have a listen and let me know what you think! Connect with me via: www.confidentequestrianprogram.com Instagram - @fe…
 
In this episode I’ll talk about using your energy. I teach that we need to use our intention and body language and energy with our horses, but what does that really mean? HOW do we really do it? In this episode I’ll explore and explain different types of energy such as invisible, inviting, sending, and surrendering energy. About the Host: Karen Roh…
 
In this episode, I had a great conversation with fellow podcast host, Alexa Linton. Alexa hosts the Whole Horse Podcast and is an Equine Sports Therapist, Energy Medicine Practitioner, Animal Intuitive, an author and is studying Osteopathy! Together we chat about: How she started riding and the journey to get her first horse in her early 20's Her i…
 
In this episode I’ll talk about something I think about a lot when training and maintaining my horses. I also use this technique when teaching, to help students learn how to choose what to focus on when training their horses at home. That technique is to identify the ONE thing that will have the biggest impact for achieving the best result for your…
 
In this episode, I chat with Angelica Hesselius from Reward Based Art Of Riding all about her journey with horses and the work she currently does today combining classical dressage and positive reinforcement training. If you are someone that is curious about dressage and/or positive reinforcement then I would highly suggest listening to this episod…
 
What to do when your horse says: ‘I don’t like that’... In this episode I answer a question about a horse who doesn’t like going into the barn at the facility they board at. She wants to know how to handle it when her horse shows her he doesn’t like something. This is something we all have experienced at one point or another and I love that this qu…
 
In this episode, I chat with my beautiful friend and former Confident Equestrian Program (CEP) student. Bec Plunkett. Bec was the very first person to join CEP in April 2020 and initially came to me because she had 3 young horses that she wanted to work with but was worried about making mistakes. So often people are told to just send their horse to…
 
In this episode I’ll be speaking with Dr. Juliet Getty of Getty Equine Nutrition (https://gettyequinenutrition.com/). We’ll talk about how to feed your horse like a horse, supplementation, and CBD for horses. You’ll want a pen and paper for this one! About the Guest: Dr. Juliet M. Getty has been working with horses and their owners for more than 25…
 
In this episode, I chat with Celeste-Leilani Lazaris from The Travelling Horse Witch. Celeste heals both horses and humans using bodywork, breathwork and mindset - for more on this check out episode 11 of the podcast. In our last podcast episode, Celeste touched on the importance of the thoracic sling and how releasing any nerve pain from this area…
 
"It is not contingency, but it is contingencies. It is plural!" - Dr. Israel Goldiamond This episode will start with what we mean by "contingency" and introduce two sets of analysis: linear and nonlinear analyses. We will go beyond looking at a single contingency and begin discussing how multiple contingencies are interacting to influence behavior.…
 
In this episode I speak Daniel Nevins, a fine art painter and licensed professional psychotherapist. We discuss art, life, harmony, and how they all connect to horses. You may want to have a pen and paper handy for this one, and plan on listening a couple times. To learn even more about what Daniel offers go to: https://www.anxietysolutionsashevill…
 
In this episode, I chat with Aiyana Levin who is a dressage rider and horse trainer based in NSW. Aiyana completed my Confident Equestrian Program (CEP) in December 2020 and was kind enough to share her journey with horses and the honest results she has seen since incorporating more horsemanship into her routine. Listen to hear about: When she star…
 
In this episode I speak with one of the top 10 body language experts in the world, Greg Hartley. We’ll talk about reading body language, interrogation techniques and how they relate to horses and horses training (they are remarkably similar) - He’ll also talk about our own body language and the importance of your own awareness of it, and what to do…
 
In this episode, I have a great conversation with The Equestrian Dietitian aka Natalie Gavi. Natalie is a Los Angeles based Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and a nationally recognized nutrition expert who is passionate about the power that food plays in health, disease prevention & management, and athletic performance. I wanted to have Natalie on…
 
In this episode I’ll answer a student’s question about how to ‘start over’ with her older horses, now that she realizes that the experience they have had their whole lives was not so good for them… but she simply didn’t know a different way existed.This episode is great for anyone looking to start fresh with their horses, no matter what their age. …
 
In this episode, I was lucky enough to interview the amazing Nahshon Cook. Nahshon is a horse trainer based in America who predominately works to rehabilitate horses and has a strong focus on biomechanics and awareness. He has such a beautiful way with words and I feel like anyone who listens to this podcast episode will get the medicine that they …
 
In this episode I’ll be talking with Carla Bauchmueller of The Intuitive Rider (theintuitiverider.com). Carla is a level A licensed trainer of the German Federation, Centered Riding Instructor and yoga teacher… I really enjoyed talking with Carla. She exudes joy and it is quite contagious. We’ll talk about finding magical moments with our horses an…
 
In this episode, I chat with Nikki Porter, an Equestrian Mindset Coach and Author. She has been involved with horses for years and loves personal development which led her to write her book, The Conscious Communicator which covers the pursuit of joy and human connection inspired by the art of horsemanship. Together we dive into: -Nikki's upbringing…
 
It has been seven months since we shared our life with Chuu. Since then, we have accomplished quite a bit, so we want to share our progress with Chuu, mainly focusing on the separation anxiety problem discussed in episodes 7 and 10. In this episode, we talk about the application of Affection Loop to solve separation anxiety. You will hear how we ca…
 
In this podcast, I’ll share some musing about lessons I’ve learned while riding - a tractor! I’ll talk about the dangers of getting stuck in ruts and the power of erasing stories. This one is about horses, but it’s definitely about life too. About the Host: Karen Rohlf, author, and creator of Dressage Naturally, is an internationally recognized cli…
 
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