Equiyoga Yogic Horse Riding by Ann Boudart
Fathom the Myth of the Centaur

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"The author, Ann Boudart, cumulates years of experience in yoga and in horse riding as she started to ride at the age of five. It is only but natural she fuses both disciplines whatever the circumstances, when grooming the horses, when giving lessons.

The highest purpose of yoga is to reach samadhi, or state of deep meditation, a state which is attained when the meditator has completely melted in their object of meditation. For Ann, samadhi was first consciously reached when riding Orixa, a Lusitanian stallion. Since then she achieves samadhi when she is with horses and people. In her book, she gives you hints and postures to reach this goal.
She describes how equiyoga can help riders and non-riders to reach fullmindness.

EquiYoga differs from other books on this topic as Ann is the first yogini to comment the Yoga Sutra’s of Patanjali, the bible of yoga, from a horse rider point of view. It is a way to show everyone can apply the sutra’s in their daily life, whatever their background, their profession, their sport, their family’s environment.

You can also find how yoga can help when you take care of your horse, when you ride it!

Fathom the myth of the centaur by taking EquiYoga into your life!"

About Ann Boudart

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Ann Boudart was born in 1965 in Africa. She has a Master in Communication; her main topic was and still is non-verbal communication. She completed this formation with a certificate in Marketing Management. Ann is a certified teacher of the European Yoga Federation and the Krishnamacharya Healing & Yoga Foundation. She rides since her five years old, most of the time learning as an autodidact. She is teaching and training horses and persons with respect and dedication. Ann is a mother of two grown-up children. Next to her cats, she cares for her horses she has at home. She enjoys her life the way it is!
Published April 10, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 236 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Sports & Outdoors, Law & Philosophy, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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