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In this powerful podcast Author, Teacher, Equine Sport Therapist, horse lover, and rebel Alexa Linton explores the fascinating territory and newly discovered edges of the horse-human partnership with special guests. Together, we'll be shedding light on all the different ways of relating to and being with horses, learning how to cultivate optimal health for horses and their riders, uncovering the many facets of horse training, and sharing about the rather bumpy ride of becoming an advocate fo ...
 
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What an episode this was with Julia Alexander. After reading one of Julia's blog posts, I knew that I needed to speak with her about her work at the intersection of horses and systemic oppression, and her ideas on how to start to change the unhealthy systems that we exist in, and the foundation of much of our horse work (and how we have been taught…
 
It was such a pleasure to chat with Noah Tillman-Young of Steady Horse in this episode of the Whole Horse Podcast! We unpacked some essential ideas around pressure, fear, safety, learning, the importance of intention, trust and what it truly takes to "create" a truly steady and safe horse. I found this so helpful in shifting my perspective around m…
 
What an insightful and eye-opening conversation with animal communicator and healer Allecia Maine! In this episode we geeked out about healing and how it works, equine well-being on all levels, and the efficacy and ins and outs of remote work on horses and other animals. Enjoy! Allecia Maine is The Animal Heeler™. For over 26 years she has been suc…
 
What a beautiful conversation with Kerri Lake, and the perfect chat for this potent fourth season, as we get right into some incredibly rich territory around showing up for our horses, becoming emotionally stable and agile with our horses, communicating clearly with our horses through our own inner state, actions and intentions, why congruency is e…
 
What a treat of a conversation with Jane Pike of The Confident Rider for this episode of the Whole Horse Podcast! Before we even started recording, my face was hurting from giggling, and that spirit continued as we traversed territory around working with and not against our emotions with our horses, practical simple steps to restore regulation in o…
 
I spent a whole lot of this amazing conversation for the Whole Horse Podcast with Nahshon Cook with tears in my eyes, and a big goofy smile on my face. After listening to his podcast with Warwick Schiller (go have a listen here), I was over the moon to be able to have this chat about horses, spirituality, teaching, growing, playing and much much mo…
 
One of my favourite podcast guests is back and dropping some amazing wisdom about horses and life! Heather Nelson and I connected over the interwebs to chat about what staying home for the winter means for her training and her own horses, where her new learning edge lies and why and how she's shifting the way that she's working with her horses in a…
 
In our second Whole Horse podcast of season 4, Taming Wild's Elsa Sinclair takes us on a journey into her potent year with her two stallions, and stars of her in-progress documentary Taming Wild Evolution, particularly Atlas, who has been a teacher of epic proportions and tiny ones too. Elsa shares how Freedom Based training, which she fondly refer…
 
Really enjoyed this far-ranging conversation with Warwick Schiller of Warwick Schiller Performance Horsemanship! In this Whole Horse Podcast episode Warwick opened up about his self growth journey over the past four years, what caused such a potent shift (hint: there was a horse or two involved!), what this process has looked like for him, what res…
 
This episode with the amazing Elisha Edwards of Riva's Remedies digs right into an area that many horse lovers, including me, are curious and often, concerned, about, Equine Metabolic Syndrome. With her intensive background in nutrition and pharmacology, I learned a great deal in just one hour about this rising and ever-growing issue, and I hope yo…
 
This was such a restorative and relaxing episode with Daniela Kaemmerer of Body Mind and Horses, who also has a mare named Diva! We chatted yoga, breathing, presence, horses, self care practices, and how yoga is actually something way more than just going to a yoga class. Her voice is so soothing, and it was the perfect thing for these stressful ti…
 
After reading the article Life as a Black Equestrian on Chronicle of the Horse and realizing that we lived right across the ocean from each other as the crow flies and had spent time in the same barns growing up, I knew I needed to reach out to fellow horse lover Stephanie Kallstrom. I am deeply appreciative to Stephanie for this opportunity to hav…
 
Another mind-stretching and learning-rich episode, this time with Equine Hanna Somatics Educator Alissa Mayer! Alissa shares about how she found somatic work, what it is and how it works on a physiological level with a specific and important reflex, and how she works with it to shift the health and performance of horses and riders. She also shares …
 
In this episode of the podcast, my awesome guest host Allie Goin is back as we chat about the story of my new mare Raven and my current learning about her injury, rehabilitation, and looking at the "whole" horse, physical, emotional, energetic, and spiritual, when moving through a healing process. We get into the woo-woo parts of things, and ways t…
 
What a mind-blowing episode with Sharon and Laura Wilsie of HorseSpeak! Did you know horses have a face, and use blinking, nodding, chin, mouth and nostril movement and more to communicate with other horses, and if you're paying attention, with you? As you'll hear in this episode, this had not fully occurred to me. This is the kind of simple, yet m…
 
Loved speaking with Jamie Lau, founder of Haybales & Barbells in this episode of the Whole Horse Podcast! During these challenging times, Jamie has pivoted, followed her heart and launched her company, sharing with us about why it's so important for riders to be strong, coordinated and flexible (and some funny stories of how this work has saved her…
 
What a joy of a podcast episode! Susan Tenney of Elemental Acupressure brought her passion and expertise to our time together, sharing about how her journey with horses and acupressure began, how she works with Chinese medicine concepts and horses, some ways to begin using acupressure simply and effectively with your horses. It was a pleasure to le…
 
I'd been looking forward to my conversation with Elisha Edwards for a while, and it did not disappoint! After hearing about her teaching and online programs, and watching the evolution of Riva's Remedies over many years, I was filled with questions about her work with horses. In this conversation we covered a lot of ground, from her guidance around…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I met a kindred spirit in all things geeky and horse-related in Thirza Hendriks! Our conversation highlights our combined passions for anatomy, biomechanics and bridging the gap from these essential subjects to training, with Thirza sharing about her experience with whole horse dissections, some of the main issues th…
 
What a beautiful conversation with Karine Vandeborre of Horsefulness Training! I left the conversation feeling relaxed and more aware of my breath and my impact on my horses and clients, and grateful for the new subtleties added into my breathing practice. We also touched on how to bring this awareness into your training, how to start slow (and at …
 
When my friend and client Allie asked me to turn my podcast on its head and tell my own story, I found myself both hesitant and excited. She had shared that she really didn't know what I did in the world before becoming a client and wondered if others felt the same - if you do, then this episode is for you! The story of my journey, how I came to lo…
 
This podcast is one of my geekiest yet and I loved it! What a pleasure to chat with equine body worker Tami Elkayam about the equine fascial lines, her recent osteopathy training, craniosacral work and the essential role of the TMJ, and much more. A must listen for any equine body workers out there, and for horse lovers interested in learning more …
 
One of my favourite podcast guests is back, because we all can use a little humour right about now. Liberty trainer Heather Nelson joined me on a Saturday evening to chat and chuckle about the training of her "magical unicorns" aka her three horse herd, while she is spending a whole lot of time at home during the Covid-19 event. We got into some ex…
 
Always such a pleasure to have Sarah Schlote, founder of EQUUSOMA™ back on the podcast! In this follow-up episode (check out Episode 21 and 24 for an intro to her work), we found ourselves speaking to the very real experiences of horse people as we move through a pandemic, especially when we can't see our horses, and/or ride, and how to be with thi…
 
Episode 50!! With this episode, my 40th birthday on Tuesday, and the entire globe navigating entirely unprecedented times with Covid-19, I'm feeling like there are milestones everywhere. Thankful to have Jayne Roberts join me to share her Equi-nidra work, a practice of yoga that centres around slowing down, breathing, and learning to be with stilln…
 
I had the pleasure of beginning to learn about the Masterson Method from Katey Campbell of KC Equine this past summer at the Whole Horse Apprenticeship Retreat, and have wanted to have her on the podcast to share more since then! We sat down together at Firefly Farm to unpack this equine body work method that is growing at a rapid pace - we chatted…
 
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