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Author: Angelica Hesselius

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A podcast about creating balance, using reward based training techniques with host Angelica Hesselius and guests. Coming from the view on horse training as enrichment we will look at ways to create a relaxed, gymnastically sound horse who wants to train as much as we do. Groundwork, riding, husbandry or vet care training all will work better if our horse´s is in balance. But what do different types of balance look like and how do we create it? This podcast aims to explore different ways of answering these questions as well as talking about the new tools we need to develop training with positive reinforcement techniques.
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To work with the horse while the horse is standing still, in a halt or just parking, is something I am very passionate about. When we talk about working in halt many think about the "full" school halt. However that is a tool being closer to the end of all the work we can do in halt. And the goal is not the school halt itself but what it the journey towards it can bring to our horse and training. Even if we don't get there!To improve the whole horse in both standing and movement, to gymna...
This somewhat a continuation from our mutual Riding Workshop.Here we are chatting about how to start with reward based riding. Presenting different alternatives. We both have go to preferred options about how to go about this, but as always, there are many ways to Rome. You are the one deciding what is best for you and your horse <3 Ways to access more of our teaching:You'll find more about me at https://www.rewardbasedriding.com/And Hannah at https://connectiontraining.com/Here you can fi...
Today I am joined by lovely Susanna Davisson from Hästvis. We talk about trying to read the clues our horses behaviors gives us when we are interacting or training together. And how seeing them as clues help us be better at adapting our training. Susanna has a membership group in Swedish where talking and learning to read body languages and emotions is a very important part. You will find exercises for both horses and humans. You will find it here:https://hastvis.mykajabi.com/Here you can fin...
A talk about Feldenkrais, horses and feel with Caroline Ritter.Bodý awareness is about exploring for both of us. But in a little different ways.Here we are exploring our thoughts on the subject. If you are interested exploring together with us we have an upcoming series of lesson starting with ”Connection”It will consist of us talking strategies how we can show up more connected in our own body as a preparation to connect more with our horse. Followed by a Feldenkrais lesson on the ...
In this episode we talk about lovely Ellen and our journey to help her become less crooked and more emotionally and physically balanced. Thiis episode one so if you have questions for the next episode...let me know.Here you can find me: If you have questions or wanna contact me about courses or teaching, please send me an email via my home page below thanks :) Reward Based Riding my courses, teaching and blog.Facebook where I update most frequentInstagram short form contentYou Tube-longer vi...
This episode sprung out from a passionate listener mail and conversation and is dedicated to training our older horses to help keep them fit.I talk a bit general and give examples from my own training with my older horses.You can find examples of most exercises I talk about on my social media: https://www.facebook.com/hesselius.angelica/ https://www.instagram.com/reward_based_art_of_riding/Or, if you are patient, in the upcoming halt course. Thanks for listening! If you wanna suppor...
Joined by my good friends and awesome humans Do Groen and Ulrika Anderasson we are continuing on with the newly made tradition of picking one word for the year to come.So last year a friend of mine sent me this idea to pick a word to set the tone for the upcoming year. I quite love it. The idea is to choose a word that will work as kind of polestar. It will help you navigate. It will help you with perspective. ”It is both the port of call and the wind at your back helping you get there. It pu...
Core skills and foundation behaviors. Why do we need them, what are they and why should we spend time building them?? Doesn't matter what we want to do with our horses, these behaviors can be used to build whatever we want…but if we want to build dressage in new ways without guiding our horse with pressure this is of great importance.What are the first behaviors that we should train our horses?This is going to be my personal answer but some of the behaviors I include here are more universal f...
In this episode we chat about how session structure helped us create more balance and relaxation and how "pause" can be used as a structure tool. I am joined by the lovely dutch horse trainer Do Groen and together we share from our experience from when we started training reward based and give some examples how it can look when we do a session today.If you wanna reach us as a team, send us an e-mail HERELINKS MENTIONEDReward Based Horse Academy: Two week hands-on practical course in January H...
Who is Angelica?

Who is Angelica?

2022-11-3028:18

In this episode I'm answering a few questions about me and where I come from. You´ll find the questions in the chapters if you are interested in a specific one. But it is everything from: How long have you been using R+ and what were your biggest challenges in th beginning to my favorite exercise.Phew...now it is done! :D Here you can find me: If you have questions or wanna contact me about courses or teaching, please send me an email via my home page below thanks :) Reward Based Riding ...
In this episode: Coming from the view on horse training as something that we do to help the horse become better at being a horse, we will have look at different ways to create physical and emotional balance. This is the key to relaxation and connection and a gymnastically sound horse. But how does it look and how do we get there? Are there different kinds of balance. Can we have to much of it? We are starting to scratch the surface in which directions we can look for and how to set up balance...
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Manon Gagic

Thanks for sharing your knowledge in a podcast too! Manon

Nov 23rd
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