Yoga for Equestrians both in and out of the Saddle! This past fall in September and October I was invited to conduct two different clinics in the USA. The first was a Yoga Whispering Clinic in Guthrie, Oklahoma at the Horse Feathers Equine Center. The second was a Yoga and Dressage Clinic at the Tribute… Continue reading Yoga Whispering Clinics in the USA
Many might be wondering how it is possible for me to work in so many foreign countries and strange lands as an equine professional. I have traveled my fair share, having worked Internationally with horses for the past eleven years in nearly a dozen countries and covering countless states from east to west. Every time… Continue reading Speaking the Horse Language – Master it and Work ANYWHERE!
I went to Bali for six months to continue my studies of yoga and meditation. I had first grown an interest in the art of yoga while living in India for two years and the more I rode horses the more I realized how relative the two were and complimentary they were together. In horse… Continue reading Yoga, Horses and Healing in Bali
Some countries still believe horse riding is for MEN. An advocate for women's empowerment, Krystal is determined to continue to bring education and her love of horses to young girls worldwide. I’ll never forget when I was invited to the country of Bhutan in order to introduce the very first equestrian program… Continue reading Invited to Bhutan to Start the ONLY Horse Riding Program
Back in 2012, I was dying to go to India. I wanted to travel the world. I wanted to go somewhere unique and see a culture and place that was so far and different from America that it could only belong to a mystical land. And no other country is as different than California than INDIA!… Continue reading Working in India with Horses
I was working at a Show Jumping Stables in 2015 in Cairo, Egypt for the second time when I got drafted by a fellow American Expat to come and watch a local polo match. Little did I know, that the owner of the polo club would have a pony ready and waiting for me to… Continue reading How Polo Found Me in Egypt
Semi-Wild Mongolian Horses, the Empty steppes...and me. “Khorton muur un mara bon.” I look the Mongolian man directly in his eyes as the words escape my lips. The only words I could speak in Mongolian translated to: “Give me your fastest horse please.” The hardened man’s eyebrows lifted out of both curiosity and respect.… Continue reading Completing the Mongol Derby, 1000 km on Horseback!