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Join HiC as he welcomes this month's (r)evolutionary guest, Beverley H. Kane, MD, as she shares the power of Horses as teachers and therapists.
Somatic means of the body. Somatic horsemanship is body-mind rejuvenation through physical interaction with horses. Somatic horsemanship combines the principles of safe, conventional horse handling with techniques from yoga, tai chi, dance, and other somatic and healing arts. Somatic horsemanship offers the experience of body-mind wholeness through spending time in a natural herd in a beautiful open space where you are able to touch, lead, groom, and, optionally, sit on a horse.
Beverley Kane, MD, is on the Clinical Faculty of Stanford School of Medicine. She is Program Director for Stanford’s Medicine and Horsemanship, which teaches interpersonal skills to medical students and healthcare professionals. Dr. Kane is also the co-instructor for Stanford’s Medical T’ai Ji course, conducting the study of the peer-reviewed medical literature on the health benefits of t’ai ji. In 2003, she founded Horsensei Equine-Assisted Learning & THerapy (HEALTH). Her private practice includes equine assisted learning for medical and corporate groups, equine-guided psychospiritual counseling for individuals, and somatic horsemanship for groups and individuals.
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