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#008 Terry Lillian Newton of Kindred Spirits: Raising Horses using Permaculture and Mindfulness

Apr 19, 2021 | 0 comments

In today’s episode with Terry Lillian Newton of Kindred Spirits, we explore horse care, equine therapy, using connection with horses to enhance yoga and meditation practices.

Permaculture, & natural medicine.  It’s a conversation filled with intriguing stories, practical advice, and inspiration to follow one’s dreams.

Terry shares her top tips for horse care in the tropics, as well as things that aspiring owners would do well to consider before solidifying their commitment. 

We've created a PDF with some of Terry's top recommended plants for horse health.  If you'd like to check it out, you can download it directly right here.

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Other recommendations from Terry:

Paddock Paradise: https://paddockparadise.net/ 

Barefoot Trimming:

 

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