During his work with horses, Henry has found that the safety he conveys, gives the horse the opportunity to overlearn traumatic experiences in a very short time. This happens in a neutral space, so to speak, in which the horse moves freely as far as possible. This gives the horse the opportunity to look at the event from a foal/young horse’s perspective, and relive it as a new non-traumatic event. The horse indicates, especially through yawning, that the tension originally acquired through the trauma dissolves.

He recognizes connections that remain hidden to most because he looks at the horse as a whole. Every little detail is meaningful, be it in the course of movement, in breathing or anywhere else.

Symptoms such as panic, aggression, apathy, biting, decreased forward drive, etc., he usually overlearns in a few days, giving the horse such security that it takes only very short time to build trust.

He creates a carefree, light atmosphere in which the horses can open up and let their true personality come to the surface.

He has an extraordinary ability to explain himself and can put the connections logically and clearly into words. The conclusions are understandable for everyone.

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