The "equicoach" is a professional of accompanying the human. His client is the person and the horse, his working partner. The equicoach uses the feedback of the horse, the horse as "revealer", to help the person to overcome, to improve some of his personal or professional problems.
An Equicoaching session with horses is an interaction with horses where you will find your own answers to a problem and from where you will impulse a change.
How does it work?
1. You choose an objective you want to work on in your life (work, love life, personal development...).
2. Through my guidance, you will react and interprate the attitudes of the horses in relation to your objective.
3. Horses will work to reveal your being and you will explore concrete options to reach your objective.
4. By the end of the session, you understand your self-reflection and you are on your way to move forward.
Sessions are designed for anyone who wish to develop self-leadership and creative skills to change, through a connection with horses.
Based on over 30 years of scientific research conducted at the HeartMath Institute on the psychophysiology of stress, emotions, and the interactions between heart and brain.
HeartMath techniques are much more than the breathing! The HeartMath techniques comprise a system of emotional refocusing and restructuring of neural circuits.
The book’s author, psychiatrist Mieko Kamiya, explains that as a word, IKIGAI is similar to “happiness” but has a subtle difference in its nuance. Ikigai is what allows you to look forward to the future even if you’re miserable right now.
What I propose:
With the support of the horse we will work through the four circles of IKIGAI to help you to identify how:
1) Regain confidence in yourself and your abilities
2) Reconnect yourself to what you really want
3) Activate your will
4) Give and receive with the authenticity of the heart
For each IKIGAI quadrant (4) I use different interaction with the horse capable to raise what you really feel and want.
Mental fitness is a measure of the strength of your positive mental muscles (Sage) versus the negative (Saboteur).
This measure of your Mental Fitness is called PQ (Positive Intelligence Quotient).
Research with 500,000 participants has shown PQ to be the best predictor of how happy you are and how well you perform relative to your potential.