Positive reinforcement or +R is extremely powerful, and the clicker makes it even more so. Using a clicker will improve your horse's success rate, minimize frustration, shorten the time it takes to learn a new behavior, and improve the relationship between you and your horse.
Once your horse starts realizing you have come up with a way to clearly communicate without the use of force, things will start changing, for the better and, quickly.
AGILITY. ADAPAPTABLILITY. MOBILITY. FLEXIBILITY.
Horses practice functional movement from the day they are born until their first injury. Layers upon layers of 'parking brakes' are stacked on top of poor, incorrect and unhealthy movement patterns.
Working with the brain and reinforced motivators can change those poor movement patterns.
Strong positive reinforcement history required.
Video and Phone Coaching is a great way to have lessons when you don't have access to an instructor, want to study with a new instructor, track your progress, learn new skills, refine your existing play or experiment with new methods!
This coaching program is designed to teach you learn to train your own horse!
Do you wish you had someone to help you find the best solution for a specific problem or behavior for you and your horse?
Horses are particularly sensitive and quickly pick up on the healing a practitioner offers through hands-on or even hands-off means.
Energy flows through the body of a horse in good health much like an electric current. However, a number of factors can interfere with this flow. Among them are physical injuries, trauma, dietary changes, emotional problems, training issues or a combination of these problems. Any blockage of energy can result in physical, psychological or behavioral problems.
Karen restores positive energy flow into the animal’s body, correcting imbalance. Horses are particularly sensitive and quickly pick up on the healing she offers through hands-on or even hands-off means.
“Animals can talk. Not hearing animals would be one of the greatest losses humankind could ever encounter. We just need to learn how to listen."
Animal communication is not about deciphering an animal’s body language or behavior, though. It’s an actual exchange of information between the communicator and animal in the form of words, mental images, feelings and more.
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