After a couple years of HEAVY traveling we (the dogs and I) are all excited to become a bit more stationary for the next couple months. I head to Billings on Wednesday for a clinic and then am back in Eureka, MT taking on some new challenges!

I have accepted a position as the equine professional at a private therapeutic boarding school for girls ages 13-17. The school works under a very relationship based model similar to how I approach horsemanship, and I will be giving their horse program a new look. I am really excited to be working with such a wonderful school and working with horses and young people to develop empathy, compassion and horsemanship. I will also be spending time as a clinical intern in addition to the horsemanship program at this school so I will be wearing two hats, which should allow me to be very involved and progress in my graduate degree.

Additionally, I will be teaching private horsemanship lessons and working with dogs offering group and private instruction in Lincoln and Flathead counties, and teaming up with the awesome shelter up here to ensure their adopters and dogs get the support needed to ensure success!

With all this going on, I will not be booking clinics for May and June while I get settled in. Then I will evaluate my time availability and figure out how to best include clinics in my schedule. But I'm excited to see you all down the road!

As always, thank you so much for your continued support and enthusiasm!