Providing Services That Increase Your Bottom Line Without Increasing Your Costs - 2018 Conference Recording
2018 PATH Intl. Annual Conference
Learn the basic elements and principles of the Masterson Method, including instinctual prey behavior, levels of touch, non-resistance, equine response signals, and equine release signals. Discover how horses respond to and benefit from this bodywork approach, both short-term and long-term, and how people have deepened their relationship with horses through the Masterson Method.
LISE LUNDE has been a horse owner for more than 25 years and has been working in a therapeutic riding program for 10 years as a volunteer, certified riding instructor and has been a volunteer trainer in the program. She is a Masterson Method Certified Practitioner and is also involved as an instructor for the weekend training courses, coach and mentor for students going through the certification process and a lead instructor for the Masterson Method Equine Specialist training program, which is designed to integrate some of the basic Masterson Method techniques into EAAT programs.
This educational video may be used by PATH Intl. Credentialed Professionals as one hour of equine specialist in mental health and learning core requirement (ESMHL CR) toward their annual instructor compliance report.
Disclaimer: The information in this video represents the views and opinions of the presenter and does not necessarily represent or reflect the opinions of PATH Intl.