Harmony Horsemanship™ brings horse and human together in harmony through trust, understanding, and calmness. It uses horse psychology and human body awareness.
Harmony Horsemanship™ teaches you to understand yourself, your horse and the language that connects you.
Harmony Horsemanship™ goes beyond other horse training programs because you learn about how you affect your horse, how your horse thinks, and how to work with your horse in a way that makes sense to them. This makes it possible to achieve a partnership where you become connected to your horse – in harmony with your thoughts, emotions, and actions.
Harmony Horsemanship™ 101 is divided into 3 main areas of learning:
When you learn about all three areas it helps you connect with horses because you are taking a wholesome approach to interacting with horses.
Then the course introduces exercises to do with your horse using the A. B. C's following the Harmony Training Continuum. This Continuum helps to know what exercises to do depending on where you horse is on the continuum:
1) Respect & Safety
2) Calm Connection
3) Create a Yes Horse
The Harmony Training Continuum is brand new content added throughout 2016 and 2017.
Harmony Horsemanship™ provides the building blocks for a strong foundation. On that foundation you can build anything and achieve things that perhaps you thought only possible in dreams. This is because your horse will be calm, confident, trusting and can understand you through the language you develop. You can pursue any discipline with harmony horsemanship 101.
This course will give you knowledge and ideas to improve your understanding and partnership with your horse.
Get started in harmony with your horse. Improve your relationship and find a calm connection.
Pricing in Canadian Dollars.
Learn more about Harmony Horsemanship™ at www.harmonyhorsemanship.ca
Lindsey Partridge is dedicated to life long learning and helping others connect with their horses.
She is an accomplished student, trainer, and competitor. She has been called 'Canada's Horse Whisperer' by the Toronto Star and 'The Queen of Thoroughbreds' by The Rider. She is a Horse Human Relationship Expert.
Highlights of her resume include: