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An Excerpt from the Biography of Klaus Balkenhol

An Excerpt from the Biography of Klaus Balkenhol

I think it’s very interesting that, given my plans to meet with the other members of Xenophon in October, this quote from Klaus’ biography came across my desk again this week. In order to better understand Gracioso’s, Goldstern’s, and Farbenfroh’s neuroses, he [Klaus Balkenhol] turned to world-renowned horse trainer and animal behaviorist Linda Tellington-Jones, whose […]

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I’m Presenting At Xenophon in Unna, Germany in October!

I am so pleased to announce I’ll be giving a dressage clinic on October 13th in Unna, Germany, sponsored by Xenophon. “Correct riding is enough” – Xenophon shows how to realize the citation of the common trainer Paul Stecken – for the health and wellbeing of the horse and rider. It will be exciting to […]

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Heart-In-Hands: Staying Present in the Moment Determines How Trainings Unfold

Heart-In-Hands: Staying Present in the Moment Determines How Trainings Unfold

I received this email from Teresa Cottarelli-Gunther of TTEAM Switzerland, and it started me thinking about the way I do things at trainings. I thought I’d share it with all of you.

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Sharing TTouch Memories with Shannon Weil

Sharing TTouch Memories with Shannon Weil

Here l am at Shannon’s home in Cool, California, July 2010. Shannon is writing a book about her experiences as a student with Wentworth Tellington and me at the Pacific Coast Equestrian Research Farm. She writes that she did not realize when she signed up for the 9 month course in 1969 that our experiences […]

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Profound Interspecies Connections

Profound Interspecies Connections

I’m in the process of putting together a power point presentation for two zoo presentations in September; so I thought it would be fun to share some of the pictures here with you. The first presentation is at a special evening event at the Zurich Zoo in Switzerland on September 2nd. And the second at […]

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