Certified Horsemanship Association’s June Training Tuesday on “Horses in the Morning,” Breath: The Fifth Natural Aid

The Certified Horsemanship Association’s (CHA) Training Tuesday show on Horses in the Morning for this Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 10 a.m. ET is on Breath: The Fifth Natural Aid. It will include CHA Certifiers Tara Reimer and MJ Misailidis to talk about the importance of breathing when we work around horses on the ground and in the saddle.

Tara runs Cloud 9 Ranch in Steinbach, MB Canada where they offer western and English riding lessons, vaulting lessons, equine assisted psychotherapy, training and boarding. She is a regional director for CHA and a Certifier.

MJ is an avid lifetime horsewoman and Certifier with CHA for 35 years. She has competed and instructed in dressage, eventing, trail, working cow horse, and currently Working Equitation. Her passion is teaching clinics for younglings and younglings at heart riding and connection with horses.  MJ is also a yoga and Aikido instructor.

To listen to this upcoming show go to https://www.horsesinthemorning.com/player.htm and for past CHA “Horses in the Morning” episodes, please visit https://cha.horse/education/#horse-radio-show

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