Oh how I want to go to Rabbit Island in Japan.  Oh how I want to go to Rabbit Island in Japan. 

Oh how I want to go to Rabbit Island in Japan. 

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My husband has done this.

Truth.

Truth.

manolomendezdressagetraining:

"Just as physical blockages and imbalance lower the threshold of anxiety in mentally stimulating circumstances so does balancing the body raise that same threshold! Here we see Manolo using the bamboo as sensitively as a finger touch to bring awareness to the horse’s outside shoulder and when this touch message finally registers in the brain of the horse, he recovers his awareness of himself, correcting his own balance and recovering his calm. It is beautiful to see how the horse resolves his own emotional issues when he is given space and helped to recover control of his body!   Margaret Kunz

hakuna-yourtatas:

Winter Olympics 2014

Some cute for our week. <3

hakuna-yourtatas:

Winter Olympics 2014

Some cute for our week. <3

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raise-the-rail:

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Beautful. 

Frank Grelo

I adore Marijke’s philosophy and it mirrors mine. “A horse in physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance is a pleasure to work with! And for the horse the following applies: A rider in physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance is a pleasure to work with!”  Most trainers and instructors, even if they do the first do not do the second. You cannot separate the rider and the horse. They must become one so if you are concerned with the well being of the horse….emotionally, physically and spiritually then how can you not be concerned the same for the rider? 

Naughty.