Emotional Resilience Can Come from Time Line Therapy®

First of all, Time Line Therapy® is a set of very powerful, yet very gentle techniques used to aid emotional healing, emotional resilience, set goals, erase limiting decisions, change how you think about time (do you always feel rushed?) and go deep into your mind to retrieve answers (your unconscious mind has the solutions you need!) […]

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What to do if anxiety creeps up on you

Firstly, there are lots of techniques you can learn to avert anxiety, but what happens if, like the person I met on my walk, you smile politely and quietly refuse those types of things??! 🤔   Fear and anxiety in these times have sprung from a lack of routine. It’s the enforced shift in our daily […]

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Ground yourself to stop the internal dialogue

Many people that I see have problems that they fret over for weeks, months, even years, before they come to see me. By the time they make an appointment, they could have really up-scaled their anxiety. Without a means of breaking unhelpful cycles, the problem can expand, grow and even become part of the new […]

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5 Ways to your mind is telling you that it’s ready for change

How do you know when you’re ready for change? Think about those moments when you thank your lucky stars, the universe or some higher power! All the time, behind the scenes, it’s your unconscious that has made the connections, highlighted something important, flagged up an important fact that will get you the brownie points.   […]

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Burnout in Professional Equestrians – More Common than You Think

The dream job   Equestrian burnout – the subtle and insidious creeping into mental, physical and emotional exhaustion. Working in many performance-related environments is very tough – corporate, academia, medical, educational, financial. However, sport-related careers are seen as soft options, where a talented athlete can work in the job of their dreams backed by sponsorship […]

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As a rider have you got the mindset balance right yet?

The thirst for knowledge of a rider is often related to equine health and wellbeing or to developing the ability to ride more in harmony and in tune with their horse. They know that acknowledging the partnership is key to riding success. I’m always impressed by how much research and study riders will do for […]

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Is practising gratitude worth the effort?!

What are the benefits of practising gratitude and is it pseudo-science?   I’ve been reading up on the psychology of gratitude recently and been amazed at the science behind it. From MRI brain scans, neuroimaging to rigorous scientific procedure, it seems that gratitude is one of the most rewarding practices available: you get back more […]

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Hacking confidence

Have you heard of the ‘Hack 100 miles in a Month’ challenge? Now that’s a bit too much for me, but I love the sentiment that we can develop strong and lasting bonds, relax our horses and allow them to just be as we tootle down the lanes. Here we’re looking at hacking confidence and […]

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3 Rider self-sabotage mistakes and how to stop doing them!

A knowledge of the unconscious mind   Rider self-sabotage is unintentional, but very unhelpful(!), yet a knowledge of the mind can enable you to be the rider you know you really are. The unconscious (subconscious) does not adhere to the same rules of logic and analysis as the conscious mind. We often apply logical strategy […]

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