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  • When you just know, you know!

    Following on from last weeks topic on equine body language.... this blog is taking the focus off the horse directly a little and aiming the spotlig...
  • Testing, testing....1, 2, 3

    If your horse could talk, what would he or she say? I'm not talking about getting an animal communicator out to tell you your horses darkest secre...
  • Horse Riding is not a sport - the horse does all the work!

    Hands up if you have been on the receiving end of this comment before! I think for the non-horse professional, this statement can be forgiven and ...
  • Fascia & The Mystery of Chronic Pain - with Dana Sterling

    This is SO exciting to see modern medicine 'catching up' to what us Bowen therapists have known for decades! This is Dana Sterling From the Life 36...
  • The Fast and the Furious… Building the right muscles for the job

    So much in our world today is fast paced and there seems to be a rush to get our horses to the next level also. All too often I hear horses needing...
  • Party like an animal…. Wake up feeling like road kill

    When a horse eats, the stomach will start to empty when its about 2/3rds full (regardless of whether the food has been broken down enough or not) and as horses are ‘hind gut fermenters’ it’s very important that the stomach has done its job right by breaking foods down before it goes on to the intestines.
  • NZ School of Bowen Therapy Opens

    It's official! The New Zealand School of Bowen Therapy is opening!  But first, I'm off to the European School of Equine Therapy to ensure that the ...