Meg Vickell is a respected animal communicator who understands how equestrians can build a better relationship with their partners.
An updated look at the research conducted by the Heart Math Institute into how horses influence our own heart rhythms.
On this episode of 'Hitting Your Stride', Tracey interviews her brother Rob, an athlete and educator, about coping with challenges mentally and emotionally.
'Hitting Your Stride' talks to Alisha Wilson about using horses to provide instant, honest feedback while providing a fun and unique experience for clients.
Have no idea what autonomous sensory meridian response is all about? Canadian para-dressage rider Bert Sheffield explains.
Improving your parasympathetic nervous system enhances your riding and makes you a healthier human all-round.
This exclusive excerpt from "Neuroathletics for Riders" by Marc Nölke describes how to create better input to produce better output.
It's a reality that showing can be stressful: here are some tips to surround yourself and your horse with a calming atmosphere.
In this episode of 'Hitting Your Stride', meditation and yoga teacher Heather Lillico talks about dealing with crippling anxiety.
How Brain Working Recursive Therapy can retrain your brain to change the way your mind responds to anxiety.