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"Riding a horse is not a gentle hobby, to be picked up and laid down like a game of solitaire. It is a grand passion. It seizes a person whole and once it has done so, he/she will have to accept that his life will be radically changed"

Ralph Waldo Emmerson

Kate on her horse Cavalier One For Fun (Smartie) 

Kate on her horse Smartie

First Overture, Blue Khan, Feather and Dobbin


I've been there. The nervous anticipation every time you think about riding. The guilty relief when its too wet/too cold/too windy to ride your horse, and the frustration and sadness when you can't just get on with it like you used to. 


Fear and lack of confidence can come out of nowhere, you don't have to have experienced a major event, or indeed any event, large or small. But BWRT can resolve it for you, no matter what the cause, in just a handful of sessions.

As well as confidence, there are many other issues that are part and parcel of owning a horse and/or riding, and BWRT addresses all of them, including:

  • The loss of your much loved horse; whether expectedly or unexpected can be equally traumatic.

  • Competition nerves; even loading your horse to get to the show can add to the anxiety.

  • Teaching and coaching; imposter syndrome can happen to anyone including instructors.

  • The financial fear of not meeting bills; your account at the vets mounting up. And while BWRT won't pay your bills, it will enable you to reach your financial potential. 

  • The ever present battle with weather and time; the days too short, the hours too fleeting.

  • Injury, sometimes life changing, sometimes not, but rarely without an emotional and mental impact.

There's no mysticism to the resolution to all these issues, (although a little wonderment never goes amiss). BWRT is based on current thinking about neuroscience and is straightforward, quick and complete. The therapy of tomorrow, today.

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