What is Parelli Natural Horsemanship
Parelli is "A Natural Approach to Horse Training"
You know you are doing Parelli when...
1 You put the relationship first
2 You are playing with your horse in 4 savvys
3 You seek never ending self improvement
The Parelli method allows horse lovers at all levels and disciplines to achieve: success without force, partnership without dominance, teamwork without fear, willingness without intimidation, and harmony without coercion.
Founded by lifelong horseman and teacher Pat Parelli, the Parelli Program combines common sense psychology and communication. Unlike many training programs, the Parelli method teaches the human, not the horse. Early on, Pat realized that horses already had all the skills they needed to thrive and relate with their kind. It was adding the human element that complicated things.
Horse owners who follow the Parelli program have found the greatest gift is discovering that Parelli enhances not only their relationship and communication with the horse, but touches every other relationship in their lives. People realize this is what they’ve been looking for in all their relationships.
It’s more than just about the horse; it really dips into the personal development side of things. You learn about yourself, you learn about communication, about leadership, about truthfulness, about consequence and responsibility. You learn about love and imagination. The horse becomes the animal that tells you the truth about yourself in all these categories.
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Parelli is "Way more than Riding!"
Parelli have laid out a blue print of how you can develop you horse to where they have a solid foundation.
It is a system that teaches you to become so good with horses, that even horses will think you're brilliant!
It works through an understanding of the laws of nature. Science is nature explained.
It is communication through understanding and psychology rather than force, fear, and intimidation.
It considers the horse's point of view from their “shoes”.
It means no need for artificial aids of restraint.
It teaches you to be a 'natural' with horses.
It teaches you to think like a horse before you think like a human.
At the end of the day you can ask your horse “Was it as good for you as it was for me?”