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Horse Adjustment

Paying Attention

September 3, 2019

Paying Attention PAYING ATTENTION: Adjusting a horse, as you might imagine, requires a great deal of care and attention. A horse can tell whether or not you’re paying attention, and if I lose focus they let me know. Each exhalation, the expression in their eyes, the twitch of a muscle, or the raising of a…

Chiropractic Adjustment For Horses in Niwot CO


August 13, 2019

Trust TRUST: My older brother Grant used to tell me I had a gift for working with animals. He called me the animal whisperer because I was the only other person who could get his dogs to behave. We grew up with a variety of animals in the house. Dogs, cats, minks, squirrels, snakes, lizards.…

Horse Chiropractic Adjustment in Niwot CO


August 6, 2019

Intelligence INTELLIGENCE: Horses are amazingly intelligent creatures. They are inquisitive and observant, and they want you to communicate with them. If they understand what you are trying to do they will do everything in their power to help you do it. They want to be in cooperation with you. Being an animal chiropractor in Niwot…

Animal Chiropractic in Niwot CO


July 31, 2019

Listening LISTENING: Early in my martial arts career, about the age of 12, I learned about a concept called ‘jing.’ A jing is a particular way of expressing your personal power in martial arts. There are jings for advancing, jings for retreating, explosive jings, and subtler jings. The one that has had the most impact…

Chiropractic Care for Horses in Niwot CO


July 30, 2019

Alignment ALIGNMENT: Every creature is designed to be perfectly aligned. Aligned in body, mind, and soul. Each living being is formed in perfect alignment with its environment and the demands placed on it by the forces of life. For humans that also means alignment within who we really are and what we offer the world.…

Dog Getting Adjusted by Chiropractor Ryan Marchman


July 23, 2019

Friendliness FRIENDLINESS: “Aren’t you nervous about having that dog so close to your face? Aren’t you afraid it’s going to bite you?” Well, no. Not this dog anyway. This is Stanley, and he and I have a mutually friendly relationship. He knows that I am going to adjust him and he feels better. In exchange,…