Beauty and the black stallion

I think seeing beauty in your everyday life is a key to live fully and joyously. We are surrounded by beauty all of the time – but we just don’t always allow ourselves the time to notice it. There is beauty in the sunrise, in the ocean, the river, the trees, the flowers, in music,…

Dreamer and Susan made it!

We received this message from Susan’s daughter Vanessa in Anguilla: “Susan has no access to internet. Her property sustained severe damage, but she is fine as she was staying somewhere else for the storm. Her dogs are all fine and Dreamer is also fine.” I was very relieved to find out that both Dreamer and…

Hurricane Irma and Dreamer

The last message from Susan in Anguilla was “I have written my phone number on Dreamer’s hooves – God Help Us!” In 2010, Hurricane Tomas struck us in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This was a category one Hurricane and the eye passed at 100 mph right between St. Vincent and St Lucia. I remember…

Welcome to Yurumein Anita!

I am Anita. I am a certified Eponaquest Instructor, EAGALA Instructor, Yoga teacher, OneHorseLife Teacher and a certified Health Coach. For most of my 47-year long life, I have been around, loving, enjoying, riding, playing with, been curious about and learning from horses. Attending a traditional riding school at a young age left me with…

Why we Love Eco Tourism!

I love uniting taking care of nature and communities in need with sustainable travel and horse training. It is nice to see all the people who come to our center and learn about their increasing awareness and engagement to take better care of Mother Earth. When you participate in a clinic at our center, you support…

EPONA: The Secrets of the Wild Horses

I am exited to announce that Anita and Caroline, both Eponaquest® Instructors, will host the first EPONA workshop “The Secrets of the Wild Horses” at our Eco Center in February 2018! A few years ago I read a few of Linda Kohanov’s books and found them fascinating. Right after reading “The Way of The Horse”…

The Gate Lesson

Some people and horses are not patient enough at the gate when moving from one place to another. Moving horses from the pasture to the stable can be a moment of stress instead of pleasure. Here is a lesson I would like to share with you. Let’s say you are moving two horses from a…

Norway Clinic – Connection vs Control

Thank you all for joining my clinic at Jeanette’s Ranch Bilitt Gaard in Norway last  weekend. I am well back in St. Vincent and happy for the feedback from you who have already taken out your chairs and sat down together with your horses. I was amazed by all the progress that already happened during…

I don’t need any muscles while working with my horses.

Back home again, reunited with my minis. Being away for two months helped me get rid of the patterns we had, I started to see them with different eyes. Two independent living beings with their own mind in their own world. Of course before I was aware of this but now Im capable of seeing…

Vlog: The Name Game

Dear all! Thank you for following my blog, sharing posts and adding comments or questions. It all ads up to better relationships between humans and horses. I am looking forward to the upcoming clinic in Norway in June and also the annual Sahaja clinic here in St. Vincent in December. We only have 6 places…

Learn more about our amazing Academy!

It’s 9 pm at Richmond Vale Academy, and a small circle of drummers sends rhythms into the darkness of the hills. The stars seem to be on steroids, but we still need flashlights for our dragon quest. Franklyn—the local hiking guide, night watchman, and nocturnal pollinator-in-chief—ambles ahead of our motley group: two young Scandinavian honeymooners,…