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July 30, 2017

It's showtime.  There are people watching.  Your pulse is racing, you feel tense, and your horse is tight because you are.  That sexy hairnet is't helping.  What can you do? 

Don't worry, you aren't special.  This happens to all of us.  But if you want to move through your blocks and onward towards your riding goals, here are some very simplified tips that have helped me and my clients get through the shakey shakes, tense joints, and terror of riding in front of other people (and horses).

1.  Breathe.

Last minute fix: 

Just inhale, exhale, and notice where you are at.  Is your breath stuck in your throat? Your chest?  Imagine the breath flowing below your belly button.  Imagine each inhale fills you with cle...

April 4, 2017

     I ask myself, "What do I have to offer the horse community?" on a daily basis.  On one hand I could say, "a lot" and get away with it.  On the other I may never know. 

     That won't stop me from trying to be consistently aware, intentional, cognizant and curious when I question what I have to offer horses and fellow equestrians. 

     By simply knowing I need to ask the question I have done most of the work. 

1.  The horses come first.  I can offer awareness of this.  Excellent horsewomen and men keep teaching me this, over and over, and I'm sure I will always be able to put them first more. 

2.  One of the important contributions I make is as a transl...

July 8, 2016

I needed to rebrand.  I have mixed feelings about rebranding, but it started to become clear to me that my equestrian endeavor was, although similar to, different than my art endeavor.  I began calling myself "Left Of Center Art/Images" in 2008, when I began showing my work in Yosemite National Park.  The name is primarily a homage to the fact that our hearts are slightly off center, and I try to lead a life where I remember to use my heart in harmony with my head.  Secondarily, the name was a shout out to the grand batholith, Toutakanoula, or more commonly known as El Capitan.  Upon first arriving to Yosemite in 2007, I was shown that there was a heart formation on El Cap, and later in 2009 I even got to climb up hang out on th...

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