Energetische therapie voor mens en dier
Begeleiding van ruiters en paarden tijdens revalidatie en training

Revalidatie & begeleiding

Begeleiding van ruiters en paarden tijdens revalidatie en training kan op meerdere manieren, afhankelijk van de vraag. In alle gevallen werk ik vanuit mijn uitgebreide kennis, ervaring met paarden en mensen.
Belangrijk is om inzicht te krijgen in het waarom om vandaar uit naar een oplossing te zoeken die past bij het paard, de situatie en de eigenaar.

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Centered riding

Centered Riding instructie

Centered Riding helpt paard en ruiter in harmonie en op een natuurlijke wijze samen te werken. Dit is dan ook de basis van waaruit ik lesgeef.
De basis is de ruiter ontspannen, bewust, gecentreerd en in balans te krijgen – zonder overmatige spanning in de spieren en zonder dat de ruiter zich vastzet om iets voor elkaar te krijgen.

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Energetische ondersteuning

Ik help je bij een burnout, oververmoeidheid, hyperaktiviteit en chronische pijnen. Blokkades worden weggehaald en energie gaat weer stromen.
Ik bied een energetische behandeling (volledig gekleed) en/of een complete lichaamshelende massage.
Er wordt gewerkt in een sfeer van rust en stilte.

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Over Linda

Rust, respect en veiligheid vormen de basis van waaruit ik mens en dier de helpende hand reik.
Ik kijk met een open mind en leg contact om te ondersteunen zonder te oordelen.

Djarra, samen op weg

Voor Djarra heb ik een nieuw gezin gevonden die met hem verder gaan.
In 2019 emigreer ik naar Noord Ierland om daar mijn passie en droom te volgen en alleen nog maar met paarden te werken. Mijn ervaringen zal ik hier beschrijven.

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3 maart 2019

Forever home gevonden

Het was een proces van maanden, maar ik heb voor Djarra een forever home gevonden.
Hij heeft een nieuwe familie die helemaal gek met hem is en heel veel plannen met hem hebben.
Zelf ga ik emigreren naar Noord Ierland en daar mijn passie en dromen volgen. Lees verder »

Trailrunning, alleen op weg

Nu ga ik alleen op weg, op blote voeten, rennend. Nieuwe paden ontdekken en al het geleerde in een andere vorm op mezelf toepassen.

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9 januari 2019

Goed begin van 2019

Vandaag de hele dag vrij en geen afspraken een luxe die ik niet vaak heb, maar wat geeft dat al  niet een vrij gevoel. Buiten is het rustig en beetje grijs winter weer met 5 graden. Dus tijd en veel zin in een duurloopje vanuit Den Dolder naar huis. Lees verder »

Actueel

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Ottolina

Training a horse is not the same as riding a horse.

Training, it sounds so simple but it is everything but simple. It all boils down to changing what is … in the here and now aiming for “better”.

Owners can be very firm in their statement about the nature and character of their horse. He is always “….”. In doing so they often confuse behaviour with what they call ‘nature and character’.

Using an example I will try to explain what I mean. When I come to teach and they describe their very laidback sometime lazy horse. How hard to ride and how much energy they must put in to get him going. Often combined with not stopping easily when he goes. He might not do what is asked and have “a mind of its own”. And has been like this for years.

Most of the time I start assessing the horse itself. Does he look fit, does he feel fit or do I find tension. How does he move, is he balanced, is he flexible. Because often the horse is not “laidback and lazy” but just restricted in his movement and not able to do what is asked of him. When I get to know the horse and rider better I can help them find what is needed to get a healthier and happier horse. Having the horse physically checked and treated might sometime be necessary.

Teaching owners and riders to better understand their horse is what I like the most. Teach them to feel and see what their horse needs and what they can do themselves to improve his health. Doing groundwork, “in hand work”, lunging and riding whatever works best for them. All to help the horse with coordination, loosen him up and strengthen him. During the riding lessons we will focus on balance, relaxation and strengthening. Here I often need to start with the riders body awareness, balance and coordination.

All this together is what makes riding a horse into training a horse. The result might be that the horse becomes “lighter” to ride and shows to be quite forward, easy to stop and turn, in general he might really like to do what is asked of him. Actually what had been seen as ‘nature and character’ was nothing more than behaviour. Behaviour developed from being not physically fit and healthy.

Helping the horse thru training to become “better”.
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Training a horse is not the same as riding a horse.

Training, it sounds so simple but it is everything but simple. It all boils down to changing what is … in the here and now aiming for “better”. 

Owners can be very firm in their statement about the nature and character of their horse. He is always “….”. In doing so they often confuse behaviour with what they call ‘nature and character’.

Using an example I will try to explain what I mean. When I come to teach and they describe their very laidback sometime lazy horse. How hard to ride and how much energy they must put in to get him going. Often combined with not stopping easily when he goes. He might not do what is asked and have “a mind of its own”. And has been like this for years.

Most of the time I start assessing the horse itself. Does he look fit, does he feel fit or do I find tension. How does he move, is he balanced, is he flexible. Because often the horse is not “laidback and lazy” but just restricted in his movement and not able to do what is asked of him. When I get to know the horse and rider better I can help them find what is needed to get a healthier and happier horse. Having the horse physically checked and treated might sometime be necessary.

Teaching owners and riders to better understand their horse is what I like the most. Teach them to feel and see what their horse needs and what they can do themselves to improve his health. Doing groundwork, “in hand work”, lunging and riding whatever works best for them. All to help the horse with coordination, loosen him up and strengthen him. During the riding lessons we will focus on balance, relaxation and strengthening. Here I often need to start with the riders body awareness, balance and coordination.

All this together is what makes riding a horse into training a horse. The result might be that the horse becomes “lighter” to ride and shows to be quite forward, easy to stop and turn, in general he might really like to do what is asked of him. Actually what had been seen as ‘nature and character’ was nothing more than behaviour. Behaviour developed from being not physically fit and healthy.

Helping the horse thru training to become “better”.
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