February 26, 2017

Equine Guided Learning

In my journey of learning various coaching modalities I’ve found that equine guided coaching is extremely effective in helping people move through their “blocked” or “stuck” areas.

In “talk coaching” people can run their “stories” where they are stuck very fast and it can be hard to interrupt their “stories”.  Equine Guided Coaching requires the coachee to be present and authentic. The horse doesn’t care about the coachee’s “story”, only about how the coachee is showing up.

If you’re looking to have a huge breakthrough in your life….in your leadership skills, or your business group operation as a team….consider giving the horse and me an opportunity to open the gate for you.

The feedback the horse will give you is “real time”.  The horse is always in the present moment…not in the past, nor in the future.  This gives you the opportunity to see immediately how showing up differently will create a different experience.  Because it’s a somatic learning exercise it gives you great practice for leadership, teamwork and relationships.

Why horses?

I don’t know if anyone knows exactly what coaching or therapy with horses works, but I do know there is a lot of success, and a lot of speculation.  Something we do know is that the horse is both a herd and a prey animal.  We know that horses want to connect and yet are always hyper alert for danger and the possibility of being preyed upon.  They sense from afar what’s going on.  They both follow leaders and lead.  Best of all, they aren’t invested in your stories, or your personality.  They’re just aware of how you’re showing-up.

If you’re open to the possibility of learning from the input of a horse with me as your guide I think you’ll be very pleased with the result.

If you feel an equine guided learning experience can help you step through your gates and improve your quality of life… please call Larry Freeborg at 612-723-5395.

For more information on our services or to arrange to discuss your interests or needs, please just Contact Larry.