Emma Cruse

  • Emma Cruse is a life-long student of horses and everything they have to teach. She's studied with some of the world's most renown teachers of non-coercive horsemanship including Denmark's Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling ("Classical European Horse Meditation"), Canada's Michael Bevilacqua (the official North American representative of Navzorov Haute Ecole), Marlene and Deborah McCormick (Institute for Conscious Awareness), and North America's Franklin Levinson ("Way of the Horse"). Emma is also a graduate of Caroline Rider 's (Rider Horsemanship) 12-week Rider Horsemanship apprenticeship.

    A passionate student of human growth and development, Emma designed her undergraduate degree at Goddard College to explore human psychology and the role horses can play in establishing balance and self-discovery for their two-legged partners. Emma continues her education in human behavior and healing at Catholic University in Washington, D.C where she will graduate in Spring, 2013 with a Master's in Social Work.

 

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