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The Eponaquest approach: walking the Way of the Horse 

Linda Kohanov, the  founder of Eponaquest Worlwide had originally called her approach on behalf of the Druidic goddess EPONA.

She describes in her work "Like horses ... Together and powerful" ,  guidelines for creating and living an authentic community.

She shares,  in its worldwide bestseller  "The Tao of the Horse"  his original approach to the human-horse relationship:   horses are freed from their task as beasts of burden. They  no longer need to work for us in the fields or transport our soldiers to war. At present, the equines have a much more important mission: to make us work on ourselves while carrying our psychic weight, and to make the human being understand his true nature.


In France, the Eponaquest approach is represented by a group of Eponaquest instructors, certified after training  provided in Europe and the United States, and who work within a network where they have supervision. They are also health professionals (psychologists, doctors), coaching and team-building professionals, and qualified horse riding professionals (BFEE or ATE instructors).


Eponaquest instructors all respect the Eponaquest Code of Ethics which you can read here .

Some instructors have taken additional training, the "POH" qualification. Some have followed an advanced qualification allowing them to teach courses. The full list of instructors is on the official website of Eponaquest in France .

Download the Eponaquest France brochure: personal development & professional skills strengthening facilitated by  horses.



To learn more about the Eponaquest instructors trained by Linda Kohanov and the Eponaquest Foundation, see the Eponaquest (c) approach page in France or the Eponaquest World wide page.


The horse in its natural environment is a model of non-predatory social behavior in an authentic community: the herd. However, in the current environment of our civilization, in education, in the workplace or by the images conveyed in the media, everything is centered on a principle of competition, where we use the weaknesses of others to profit, and where one uses the destructive weapons of shame, criticism  and blame to demean opponents. The horse, him,  teaches us how to exercise the values of non-predatory wisdom, partnership, living together and community cooperation in a higher vision.


Knowing the non-verbal language, knowing how to set limits, being able to instigate a clear direction while keeping one's energy, and staying centered on one's inner compass in the middle of a group, these are learning which becomes absolutely necessary - vital, even - in the chaotic and changing world we inhabit.

IN 2021, ONLINE TRAINING with Linda KOHANOV "Connexion 101"  AVAILABLE in French subtitles: SEE HERE





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