For Riders: The 5 steps for clearing your fear in and out of the saddle.

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Alexa Linton

Alexa Linton

Your fearless leader

A modern day cowgirl with a mission, Alexa Linton is known for lighting up her world and her clients with her infectious personality, bold coaching style and her secret sauce, quantum-shifting energy medicine. When these forces combine, perceptions transform forever, and health and lives change irrevocably in the most fabulous ways.

With over twelve years of experience working with horses as an Equine Sport Therapist as well as thousands of animals and people, Alexa has developed a healing style that is as intuitive as it is inspiring. Her first and foremost priority is results and she has been a catalyst for positive and lasting change for thousands as a practitioner, teacher and author. It is Alexa’s big mission to help people experience connection and freedom in their lives and relationships and truly live a life they love.

I know from very personal experience that most riders really don’t like admitting that they’ve got some little or large fears in the saddle and in life, even to themselves. I get it because I do it too! But when it comes to being the best rider, the truth is that whether you want those fears or not, if you’ve got them, they are shaking your confidence, creating tension and affecting your horse and your rides. The thing about being a rider is this. Your horse can read you like a book. Meaning it’s pretty much impossible to hide anything.

This might mean a high stress trail rider of jigging and frustration. Or a jumper round where tension knocked down a rail or two. A dressage test where your horse felt inverted and tense and disconnected. Or a barrel run where you felt like your horse only gave it 60%.

What if I told you that looking at and clearing your fear in the saddle and in life could mean all of this…

  • A horse that really really likes hanging out with you in and out of the saddle. Because they think you’re really swell.
  • You know that breathing thing your trainer is always yelling at you about? It’s easy, flowing and tension releasing – for you and your horse.
  • Rides that just keep getting better – as in more relaxed, more connected, more engaged, and most importantly, more fun.
  • Your shoulders finally split up with your ears because they realized it just isn’t working out between them.
  • Your posture gets better without working at it. As in spine taller, aligned, pelvis moving. It’s magic!
  • Your temper, yep you know the one, starts looking a little less like a minefield and a little more like “everything is alright even though it didn’t all go exactly as planned”
  • Your horse starts getting way more relaxed about things. Like horse-eating leaves and clippers and feeding outside of their regular 15 minute window. So nice.
  • Life is just better. Period.