Posts by Lauren

A cold and fabulous Monday

Domingo took a fall while playing on the lunge about 3 weeks ago & I was thrilled to be able to significantly help him (with texting help from Lauren). Still, nothing replaces the touch of the master teacher to release those lingering blocks & twists! Thank you Lauren!   Embody Your Brilliance Lauren Harmon Certified Advanced…

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Deep Gratitude to a Beautiful Horse

This horse was a magical being! She will be so deeply missed. A message from her person Amy We said goodbye to one of the most spectacular, magnificent horses that I have had the privilege and honor of calling my heart horse and partner. Dakota was truly one of a kind. She was larger than…

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Holistic Horse Magazine

I am so incredible honored that Holistic Horse Magazine included my article on how to enhance your relationship with your horse through breathing. If you would like to check it out here is the link for the article! The breath connection          

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Ride in Harmony Workshop at Medicine Horse

What a spectacular day for the Ride In Harmony workshop. Each participant and horse showed so much courage in their exploration of enhancing their connection and ability to perceive from their heart space. Thank you to all of you and to the amazing Sarah Virginia Barnes for co teaching with me. 🐎💜🐎🌻🐎 #instillharmony #embodyyourbrilliance #embodiedequine#embodiedequestrian #anamcara @ Medicine Horse Program

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Leap!

  If you never leap, you will never know what it is like to fly! ~Leap   Photo Credit David Hofmann

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Relaxation of the Hands and Upper Body

Your hands are an extension of your heart space so treat them well! You need a bouncy ball like you would get out of a gumball machine and a table! 1. take a walk and just notice how your neck and shoulders feel. 2. Take a bouncy ball and place it under the palm of…

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Connection from Feet to Low Back

The tennis ball is to start bringing awareness to your feet which in turn will loosen the body up all the way into the hips and low back. Start off by taking a walk and get a baseline for how your feet feel when you walk and what your knees, hips, back and shoulders feel…

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Supported Sitting

Since most people spend a lot of their day sitting this article will be focused on how to sit in a supported way which protects the back maintaining a lumbar curve in your lower back and helps maintain range of motion in the hips. Find a chair or bench to sit on! You want to…

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