I’ve been reflecting on something important. After this summer, I’ve embarked on a journey of self-discovery, looking deep into the mirror and reevaluating my old patterns that no longer serve me. I’m also exploring new paths that resonate better with who I am.
In addition to being a yoga teacher, many of you know that I’m a horse trainer. This year, I’ve come to the realization that the traditional methods of training horses no longer align with my true passion, and my enthusiasm has been fading. I faced a difficult moment of contemplating whether I should step away from horse training because something I once loved no longer feels right.
Fortunately, my journey led me back to my heart, reigniting the passion and joy I once had for working with horses. This is my moment to openly embrace my authentic self in the world of horses. While I’m excited about this step towards self-discovery and embracing my unique approach to working with these majestic animals, it’s also a bit scary because I’m letting go of a part of my old self.
I hear that familiar voice in my head, questioning what others might think. But I’ve come to realize that it doesn’t matter because I’m making the right choices for my alignment and happiness.
I’m on a journey to deepen my understanding of horses and create stronger connections with both the horses and their riders. These remarkable creatures are an integral part of our human world, and it’s my mission to teach them the tools they need to feel safe and secure in their environment. I aim to manifest happier horses and infuse more joy into our practice with these animals, fostering lifelong partnerships.
As I continue on this path of learning from every horse and refining my approach, I hope to attract like-minded individuals who share my vision. It might also lead some people to distance themselves from this way of working, and that’s perfectly fine. My priority is my mental health and happiness, and above all, the well-being of the horses.
Thank you for joining me on this transformative journey.