Based on the first ritual in The Waterhole Rituals Liberty Training Course, Sharing Territory, this course was designed for those of you who want to develop a deeper bond with your horse and are interested in learning how to begin to communicate with your horse at Liberty in The Carolyn Resnick Method. It is a great way to become familiar with Liberty Training in an entirely new way! See how valuable it is to Share Territory with horses and in a very short time watch problems you may have with your horse simply disappear!
Carolyn Resnick, originator of the term Liberty Training® and founder of The Carolyn Resnick Method, The Waterhole Rituals and Nancy Zintsmaster, co-owner of the Carolyn Resnick Method of Horsemanship and a Master Trainer in The Carolyn Resnick Method have come together in this academy to bring you a unique course in Liberty Training!
Carolyn Resnick developed this method of Liberty Training over 40 years ago based on her observation of horses in the wild. Carolyn now teaches her method at her ranch, Dances with Horses, in Escondido, California.
Nancy Zintsmaster lives in Costa Rica and teaches Liberty Training at her ranch, Dances with Horses (Costa Rica location). Nancy travels the U.S and abroad sharing The Carolyn Resnick Method of Horsemanship, The Waterhole Rituals.
It is Carolyn and Nancy's desire to bring forth their passion for horses through educating people who care deeply about giving horses a better deal. They strive to help others connect to the very heart of the horse, and to help people understand how to let horses be our guides.
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It is our fervent desire, as we know it is yours, to bring forth our passion for horses through educating people who really care about giving horses a better deal. We aim to empower people who need help in connecting to the very heart of the horse, and to help people understand how to use horses as our guides for self realization. It is our mission to help grow the new world consciousness that is now ready to receive this next step in valuing horses as teachers and healers.
Carolyn Resnick and Nan Zintsmaster