December 30, 2019
Beth Lauren Parrish:
"As a full time riding instructor for nearly twenty years, I don't think I would have ever predicted that most of my clients are now in different parts of the world. When I had several setbacks to my life these past couple of years, I decided that I wasn't going to stop sharing my passion for riding.
I developed remote coaching services, which involve video chats with my clients to give them insights. I help them find solutions for their horse time and they end up having a lot more fun.
I now have a monthly group that has some other fun options. Each month, we get together for a video chat and..."
December 29, 2019
Gloria Lybecker asks: "How do you distract yourself from discomfort?" Then she recounts one of her experiences that thrust her into a very uncomfortable situation and how she dealt with it....and what she learned from it.
This is a very powerful short podcast!
December 28, 2019
Dr. Paul Haefner discusses theoretical physics from a horseman's perspective. Say WHHHHAAAT???? Listen and learn how to create positive changes towards your goals using physics...
December 26, 2019
"An attitude of amusement not only raises your physical vibration to a higher feeling state of wellbeing, it creates a magnetic effect on others around you to take things less seriously.
I learned the importance of humor and horse training late in my life with horses. I used to believe that success was achieved when the horse did what I wanted him to do exactly the way I had it pictured in my mind. I was frequently frustrated and cranky with our lessons. As was my horse..."
December 25, 2019
Melody shares a story about her "Business Partner", JD, and his best buddy, Joey...the dog.
December 24, 2019
Brenda Tobin discusses the applications of Arsenicum. Why Arsenicum works for different applications? Why would you choose Arsenicum over Nux vomica. What type of horses benefit from Arsenicum? Have a listen...
December 23, 2019
Beth Lauren Parrish: "
Last year, I started offering 5 Day Challenges in my Inspired Riders Facebook group. These challenges are a really fun way to get group members to connect and learn together.
The first one was a big hit, as the title was, "How to hear your horse's thoughts." In that one, I taught the basics of animal communication, encouraged the participants to tune into their horses and then get brave enough to exchange photos with other members. Some of the results were incredible. Many were able to see, hear and feel things going on with horses they had never met in person. It was beautiful to see the exchange happen. Even if they weren't able to get any confirmation, I was so proud of everyone who tried the Challenge and were open to new perspectives.
There were many other Challenges I've presented, the latest called, How to Create New Habits....
December 22, 2019
Gloria Lybecker discusses her new sense of belonging and what it took to get there. She even discusses some "triggers" or "hot buttons" that would have caused her frustration and anger in the past and how she overcame that feeling.
This short podcast may be an eye opener for you.
December 19, 2019
"Much has been written about the power of a grateful heart. According to Plato’s law, as you feel grateful, you become attractive, not only in your physical beauty, but in your relationships with people. This vitality draws in new opportunities for work and creative solutions.
To consistently accept and hold gratitude for what is happening in your life and the world, no matter what, sunshine or tornado, requires practice and diligent awareness..."
December 18, 2019
Melody Semmler shares more stories of her "Business Partner" JD. How often do you feel like JD and can't find your gate?
December 17, 2019
Meet Catherine Respess, owner and founder of The Equestrian Journal. Journaling is for those riders who want to gain more from each experience with their horse.
December 17, 2019
Brenda Tobin discusses the homeopathic remedy, Arnica Montana. Where does Arnica come from? What is Arnica used for? What type of animal would benefit from Arnica?
Find out about Arnica and how it can be used for certain injuries in this short podcast.
December 16, 2019
Beth Lauren Parrish gives you tips and insights to help you and your horse with trailer loading.
"First be completely clear about why you want to practice trailer loading. Is it to go fun places? Is it to be sure you can move your horse in case of an emergency? Do you want to move your horse to a new barn?"
December 15, 2019
Gloria Lybecker discusses "not knowing who you are in the world." If this speaks to you, have a quick listen as Gloria gives you some insights.
December 14, 2019
Dr. Paul Haefner discusses the book "The Alchemist" and how one part of this book has had a big impact on his horsemanship. Listen to this short podcast and see if you have a mindshift around your horsemanship also.
December 12, 2019
"Horses have a huge capacity for accepting the here and now. When a horse is basking in the warm sun on a cool day, she is not lamenting the fact that every day is not like this. She is simply experiencing the moment, standing in what is.
When the rains roll in and the wind kicks up she does not practice gratitude for the previous warm sun in hopes that it will bring it back. She does not try to manifest a sunny day or put on a ‘happy face’ in order to get through the storm. She does what she can to make herself comfortable. ...."
December 11, 2019
Melody Semmler, owner of Equine Entrepreneurs, talks about her day with JD. JD is Melody's Irish Sport Horse, the face of her business branding, and quite the character.
Have a listen as she gives you a bit of background and insight into her "business partner."
December 9, 2019
Beth Lauren Parrish: "I've been helping a mare in training with her trailer loading practice this week.
When we first started, this mare was nervous and did quite a bit of backing up and spooking. My goal was to offer her a sense of calm and Relaxation. I knew that even if we didn't get her in the trailer right away, I just wanted her to feel safe near it. I encouraged her to investigate the trailer and when she would back up or spook, I moved with her and casually brought her closer to the trailer again. I wanted her to realize it was no big deal. We ended that session with her two feet on the ramp.
The next day...."
Listen to this short podcast to find out how YOU can improve trailer loading your horse.
December 8, 2019
Gloria Lybecker discusses her mare's eye problem...the pain and the care her vet gave her mare. Then she takes that event and discusses trauma in a person. Have a listen to this short but very interesting podcast.
December 7, 2019
Dr. Paul Haefner continues to discusses principles and fundamentals for equestrians and horses. In this short podcast he discusses RESPECT...for riders and horses.