Nag Nanny and Equine Resolutions - ABOUT
Equine Resolutions - Horse Riding Lessons & Kids Camps

ABOUT 
TEENA WOODALL



Teena is the Owner,  Principal Coach and Equine Assisted Therapist for Nag Nanny & Equine Resolutions and has over 30 years’ experience within the Equine Industry. 

Teena has a Graduate Certificate in Gestalt Therapy (Gestalt Therapy Brisbane) and is in the last year of completing her
 Masters in Gestalt Psychotherapy.


Teena is accreditated with Equine Psychotherapy Australia, (EPA) studying under Meg Kirby and Noel Haarburger.  She has also completed her Advance Trauma training and Addictions training with this institute.


Teena's riding experience encompasses training under some of Australians Elite Riders; having completed Certificate IV of Horsemanship at the NSW Equestrian Centre under Heath Ryan (former Olympic Coach) and Rozzie Ryan - Grand Prix
 Dressage Specialist.  

In addition, Teena also trained with Richard Weis - Body
Bio-Dynamics & Riding Position Coach.

Teena is a Certified Horse Riding Instructor and Trail Guide with Horse Safety Australia, and has also studied Equine Science through Charles Stuart University.

After working with "traditional” English methods for many years, Teena felt that there had to be another approach to working with horses ....  and so the search began into natural
horsemanship and horse psychology.

The principles of horsemanship are based on understanding the horse and how they have evolved.  To work with horses you
 need to develop patience and respect for self and horse. 

With these principles, Teena then embarked on her horsemanship journey, she followed and attended clinics with professionals in the horsemanship domain, such as Phil Rodey, Monte Roberts, Various Pat Parelli Specialists, Bianca Gillanders and Tanja Kraus.


Vision for the Future

To continue doing what I love, by helping people achieve their dreams and overcome their fears, with the support and knowledge that our four-legged friends offer.

AND to continue to provide an environment where horses in my care receive an opportunity to interact with other horses in a herd environment as nature intended.

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