The teaching consists in transmitting energetic, spiritual and practical techniques used by the Native Americans of the Great Plains (Sioux) relating to the horse and nature before the contact with the White Man, that is without using any means of coercion,
so that it is possible to get into a deep empathic contact with the animal, so far to be considered its peer and then ride without bit, reins or saddle.
For this it is needed not only the technique but also the heart; reaching the essence of what you really are, allows you to get into direct contact with the horse and ride the thoroughbreds in the same way as the Native Americans rode the Mustangs.
Spirituality gives us the key to enter into the magical world of the horse and our surrounding nature.
Only knowing the ancestral archetypes of the American Indians we can pass the gateway to understand the horse and be penetrated by its being.
In order to be one with the horse, the human being must first recover his primal instinct.
This will make him abandon all fear of riding a horse that is completely free to gallop without constraints but driven only by your instincts.
The awareness of being there at that time, with your soul, body and mind and only with the horse.
Then you create a space-time where nothing and no one can interfere in the bond between us and the horse.
The old Dakota were wise...
They knew that the heart of a human being who turned away from nature, hardens;
They knew that the lack of respect for human beings and for all that grows, soon also kills the profound respect for men.
For this reason the contact with nature, making young people capable of deep feelings, was an important part of their training.