Excerpt from Inspired Riding with Beth Lauren Parrish
Beth Lauren Parrish is an exceptionally creative equestrian. She is an uplifter who has brought her inspirational message into the heart of horsemanship. We had a lovely chat about the challenging life experiences which helped her to find her inner voice, and how she helps other horse guardians to do that also.
In the excerpt Beth describes a beautiful and transformational dream which was the first of a series of experiences which opened up her truly inspirational work with horses and their humans.
Inspired Riding with Beth Lauren Parrish
Part 1: Beth explains what Inspired Riding is and how she developed her approach. She describes how she dialogues with horses and the unique nature of our connections with horses. Beth shares her dialogue with her pony Pepper and we talk about integrating action with intuition.
Part 2: We discuss creating our reality and Beth talks about her transformative dream. She goes on to the main limitation people have with horses. Beth shares her own awakening journey through injury and we discuss how to engage with the present moment and her beautiful visual for energetic alignment.
Part 3: Beth talks about the different sessions she can offer her clients and how the horses respond in her teaching sessions. We discuss the balance between trainers and their clients, how to encourage horses to express themselves, trusting horses, Beth’s vision for the future and resonating with your dream.
Beth Lauren Parrish is a CHA Certified Level 3 Instructor in both English and Western disciplines. She is also a Level 1 Equestrian Tai Chi Instructor. Beth has recently become certified as a RTT® Practitioner, so she can enhance her clients’ transformations within one to three sessions. She has taught thousands of lessons for the past 22 years and started riding in 1986.
After obtaining a BA in International Studies from UNC Chapel Hill, Beth decided to become a full-time instructor after falling in love with teaching at a summer camp in Maine. Beth maintained a client base of 30 students, in the middle of New York City at the Chelsea Piers.
She then established riding schools in Southern California and Austin, Texas. She now lives and teaches south of Atlanta, Georgia, in a horse friendly town called Locust Grove.
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