The Horse Brain and Behaviour webinar - Part 2
Webinars are with Amanda and are held for small groups on Zoom. This webinar is a detailed, interactive presentation giving a clear and structured explanation of what we know about the horse’s brain in relation our training and his learning. This evening will build on the information discussed in Part 1 of this webinar series by looking at polyvagal theory and practical applications of neuroscience presented by Dr Steve Peters by horesmen such as Mark Rashid, Jim Masterson, West Taylor and Warwick Schiller. Throughout the talk participants are welcome to ask questions and take part in quizzes as we go along. Webinars usually last about 90 minutes but that depends a little on the questions and discussion that comes up. A great deal ofinformation is presented during the webinar so you will have access to a recording of the evening after the event.
This link is for the recorded version of the webinar: Horse Brain and Behaviour Part 2
What will you get out of this webinar:
- A review of the key points from Brain and Behaviour Part 1
- The vagas nerve and its role in horse and human
- Polyvagal Theory: flight, fight and freeze
- How and why horses shut down
- Lots of case studies to discuss with references to polyvagal theory
- Videos and references
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