In Hand Communication | Confidence, Trust & Solid Minds

Date

Mar 21 2020 - Mar 22 2020
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Time

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

In Hand Communication | Confidence, Trust & Solid Minds

Day One – March 21 | In Hand Communication

Russ Krachun shares his philosophy and his multitude of in-hand communication methods in this clinic. He will educate how to communicate with your horse through your hands while using the horsemanship rope, and through body language and voice commands. Russ will explain how “Discover Horsemanship Philosophy & Methodology in the Round Pen” transfers to your in-hand communication methodology and how they support one another. In-hand communication methodology prepares the horse mind, improves mental abilities, develops coordination, balance and confidence. These methods not only develop physical and mental abilities of the horse’s body, but also develop body language and communication between the horse and the horseman. This understanding is essential in our daily routines with our horses. This clinic prepares and leads to the next educational foundation clinic of Kozak Horsemanship.

Day Two – March 22 | Confidence, Trust and Solid Minds

Russ Krachun shares his unconventional philosophy and methodology to develop confidence and trust within the horse’s mind in order for the horse to control his emotions in any environment, in various situations and during various anxieties. Russ explains the importance of understanding your horse’s mental abilities, not just his physical abilities and shares his methodology that includes the use of proper timing and repetition along with periods of relaxation. A confident and trusting mind is essential in order for the horse to perform to the best of his ability.

Outcome

All learning and education is at the level of the receiver. It is important to know that it takes time to develop coordination and muscle skills, and it is also very important to practice and work with your horse regularly in order for you to succeed. Russ Krachun Kozak Horsemanship is not responsible for the final results that you and your horse reach during or after the clinic. Russ Krachun Kozak Horsemanship reserves all rights in the methodology explained and presented.

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