In True Relaxation, we will come to the horse on his terms.
Relaxation is to “cease to act”. When we wish to relax, we first have to be with ourselves in a state of ceasing to act, ceasing to expect, ceasing to want and ceasing to do. From there we will begin to be able to scan ourselves for tensions. Tensions are important and fine until they aren’t. To have tension is to have an action, an expectation, a want or a need to be doing. We release tensions by ceasing to cling to, physically, mentally and emotionally. Our ability to release tensions, not only has super benefits for us, but directly affects our critters.
Come experience your own relaxation, as the horse responds in kind, by showing subtle expressions of release of tensions and resulting relaxation. When we are relaxing, we are not ‘doing’, we are ceasing.
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WHY DOES BEHAVIOR HAPPEN?
Generally speaking, we and our animals behave because, either there is something in it for us/them, or we/they want to avoid an icky consequence.
We/they are usually moving toward something desirable or away from something undesirable.
Virginia Ellis, Horseback Riding/Training Lessons 713-six94-0694 Houston, TX 77018
Horse handling lessons, Working Students Volunteer, Relaxation Techniques and Exercises, Positive Reinforcement, trail riding lessons, beach riding lessons, IAH Rangers, Airport Rangers, Dressage Lessons, Horsemanship Lessons, Horse Training Lessons, Liberty work, Husbandry tasks. Lack of response, wrong response or a problem behavior is just the horse saying he doesn't understand what you want. Horse, Dog, Animal Phycology, Behavior, Communication
Lessons in just about anything you think your horse needs to help make life better for both of you.
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