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New batch of Sage Spray is ready 💫

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Equine Wellness Clinic
Aug 21

Speaker/Demo Highlight
Dendria Mclaughlin
Energy Healing, Acupressure, Craniosacral Therapy

Reiki is a holistic system of energy healing. Practitioners connect with healing energy in the universe and channel it through their hands. Once limited to primarily healing people, it can also benefit companion animals.
Energy flows through the body 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 issues, training issues or a combination of these problems. Any blockage of energy can result in physical, psychological or behavioral problems.
A practitioner restores positive energy flow into the animal’s body correcting imbalance. Horses are particularly sensitive and quickly pick up on the healing offered through hands-on or even hands-off means. Typically, the animal will approach and quickly become a willing participant.
This healing system is safe and will never harm. If a horse has experienced abuse or neglect, it helps to release emotional wounds. Maintenance sessions can help keep your horse in balance and a calmer horse means a calmer, happier owner.
Energy healing is extremely useful in conjunction with traditional veterinary care. It can help your horse recover faster from injury, travel stress, digestive problems, show circuit, rehoming, seasonal changes and a number of other issues.
Energy healing can benefit both horse and rider physically, mentally and emotionally.

Dendria studied Reiki with Anna Twinney of Reach Out To Horses.
She became certified in Acupressure through the Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage and completed a year long certification program in Equine and Canine Craniosacral Therapy with The Cranio Connection-Tracy Vroom. All based in Colorado.
She also holds a certificate in Energy Healing for Horses from Stonebridge College-UK

Best fly boots ever!

Best fly boots ever!

Charlie says cheese 🤩

Charlie says cheese 🤩

Equine Energy CentersBrachial Plexus ChakraAsking PermissionCreature Teachers

Equine Energy Centers
Brachial Plexus Chakra
Asking Permission
Creature Teachers


The old healer to the soul:

It's not your back that hurts, but the burden.

It's not your eyes that hurt, but injustice.

It's not your head that hurts, it's your thoughts.

Not the throat, but what you don't express or what you say with anger.

Not the stomach that hurts, but what the soul does not digest.

It's not the liver that hurts, it's the anger.

It's not your heart that hurts, but love.

And it is love itself that contains the most powerful medicine. (UnknownAuthor)

Happy Easter 💫

Happy Easter 💫

In Loving Memory
In Loving Memory

In Loving Memory

SUSAN E. HARRIS, RENOWNED CENTERED RIDING® TEACHER, HAS DIED Centered Riding® Inc. is deeply saddened to share news of the death of Susan E. Harris, a well-known Centered Riding instructor. After a brief illness, Susan passed away on March 8, 2021, in hospice care in Ithaca, New York. “The passi...


"If a horse says no, you either asked the wrong question or asked the question wrong.
An average hunter course has 100 strides. Only 8 of them are jumps. Don’t sacrifice the 92 for the 8.
On approaching a fence: good riders wait until it’s time to go. Great riders go until it’s time to wait.
Don’t squat with your spurs on.
It is NEVER the horse’s fault. Yes, sometimes a horse may take advantage of a situation, but there is ALWAYS something the rider could do differently to change the situation.
Pass left hand to left hand.
You can only lie to your horse so many times before they call your bluff.
Horses do not know what they are worth. They do not know, or care, what they are capable of. They only care about the way you treat them.
Injuries and colic happen almost exclusively at 10:00 pm on a Saturday.
Shoes get lost almost exclusively when preparing to leave for a show.
If you work hard, try your best, and never give up, your efforts will not go unnoticed. And you will be rewarded with opportunities when you least expect it.
If you work hard, try your best, and never give up, you will still fail sometimes.
Video doesn’t lie – after being told repeatedly that I was lifting my right hand before every fence, and swearing up and down that I was certainly NOT lifting my right hand before every fence… I was—in fact—lifting my right hand before every fence. Sometimes your brain lies to you. Video does not.
On being nervous going into the show ring: you’re just not that big of a deal. No one at the show is watching you close enough to know every mistake you might make, except for the judge and your trainer, and you are paying them to watch.
Be patient – there are no shortcuts. Any shortcut you may try, will actually be the long way.
Check your personal issues and emotions at the door. Your horse will know. It usually does not go well.
If your horse is in front of your leg, you have options.
We never lose. We either win or we learn.
Ride like a winner. You cannot act like flip flops and expect to be treated like Louboutins.
If you have to pick only two things to think about during a course, pace and track are the two you should choose. The rest cannot happen without pace and track.
Give yourself and your horse brain breaks. Go have fun, go hack out in the woods, go swimming bareback, read a book in the paddock, whatever. Just allow yourself time to have fun.
At home there’s no reason to jump as big as you show every time. The basics are the basics regardless of the jump height. Save your horses legs.
The horse world is very small. Remember this and don’t burn your bridges and be mindful of your words.
Clean your tack. Groom your horse. Properly. Every day. If you can control nothing else, you can control your turn out. There is no excuse to not do at least the minimum effort.
No matter what the problem is, the solution is almost always add more leg.
Ride the horse you have today. Not the one you had yesterday. Not the one you want to have. The horse under you at this moment is the only one that matters.
You go where you look. The human head weighs 10 pounds. Unless you would like to end up on the ground, do not look down.
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard. " - advice excerpts from the Plaid Horse

Merry Christmas 💫

Merry Christmas 💫

This book ❤️#rest #rethink #respond #real

This book ❤️
#rest #rethink #respond #real

Sage Spray with a clear quartz crystal, full moon blessing and infused with Reiki 💫

Sage Spray with a clear quartz crystal, full moon blessing and infused with Reiki 💫

Great read on the molecular connection of horse and rider 💫

Great read on the molecular connection of horse and rider 💫

Bring Oscar Home, organized by Jessica Humphrey
Bring Oscar Home, organized by Jessica Humphrey

Bring Oscar Home, organized by Jessica Humphrey

Oscar has been part of our family since October 2017. As many of you know, our friends who bred him … Jessica Humphrey needs your support for Bring Oscar Home

This is Sam and Sam’s story is in the post below.  Please consider donating on #givingtuesday #redheadsrule 💫

This is Sam and Sam’s story is in the post below. Please consider donating on #givingtuesday #redheadsrule 💫

I had never seen a horse so emaciated, not like this. This was hours away from death. Like hours, like one more night out there and he was dead. This was 750 lbs under a healthy weight. This was hopeful eyes. This was neglect. This was dumped in the desert like a useless tool. This was sad. This was Sam.•

I still tear up when I think of the day I took these pictures. With every shutter click he was more and more curious. I cried as I pressed the camera button, exposing all of his abuse. This loving boy just cuddled me with his nose, as if to say “don’t cry for me” .•

5 MONTHS and $5,000 later......•

The grocery list includes vetting, teeth surgery to remove broken teeth, a treatment of a nasty summer sore-from foraging out in the desert, farrier, senior grain, beet pulp, alfalfa pellets, rice bran, supplements - soaked into a mash and fed 4 times a day. It costs about $1,000 a month to rehabilitate Sammy. Phew. •

But his life is worth the cost. He is stunning. He is so sweet. He is kind. He is often hungry. He is such a polite ole gentleman. He is fuzzy. He is Sam.

Please think of Sam and so many stories like him on this #givingtuesday. This Sam Success Story is because of YOU. Thank you for visiting our page bright and early tomorrow to donate.



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Dendria, I can't make your October event, but would love to work out a day you could come to our place to hold something like this! Let me know if you are interested, please!