Hands On Horses

Forehead to forehead and eye to eye, I melted into the deep gaze of Dust Bunny. A rich chocolate brown, she was the only mare in a barn full of males. As I placed my hands on her side and by her face, Dust Bunny relaxed and settled in. I loved when she'd turn her head to look at me and then bring her forehead to rest against mine. We communicated through feelings and the sense of touch. When she needed a little break from our hands, she made it very clear by walking away and then turning counter clockwise in a full circle. She always came back to the same spot and location, so the other practitioner and I were positioned on her right side. Then she was ready once again for the hands on work

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