Allison ThurstonAllison Thurston - 3 HOOF
Easton, CT, USA

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Allison Thurston is an International clinician in multiple disciplines with students ranging from pony Club to FEI level and offers workshops, riding clinics, instructor clinics, lectures and lessons.

As a former scientist, her natural curiosity and keen sense of observation have drawn her to study techniques that enhance movement and sustainable health.

As a former dancer, she has had a lifelong interest in the beauty of the intimate dynamic dance between horse and human.

Committed to being responsive to the horse’s needs, her journey has led to studies in French and Portuguese schools of dressage and work in dance, martial arts, yoga, Egoscue®, Centered Riding©, TTEAM®, Equiken® anatomy and bodywork.

Her program emphasizes practical strategies that enhance the well-being of the whole horse-physical, mental and emotional.

In working with the SURE FOOT Stability Program for several years, Allison has observed obvious and immediate changes including how the horse’s body self organizes into new movement patterns.

Offering many benefits, including choice and comfort, SFESP is a complement to medical based therapies and is an important part of a well-stocked tool box.

With over 40 years of experience, Allison is an ARICP Level lll (Dressage/Eventing), US Eventing ICP Level ll certified, MA licensed instructor and a 3 HOOF SURE FOOT Equine Stability Practitioner. SafeSport certified.

Offering integrated or stand-alone SFESP sessions

Serving CT and N.England, Central FL in winter -available to travel.

“Nothing else in the horse world helps a horse reprogram his movement so quickly. And, because SURE FOOT seems to work at a deep nervous system level, the horses maintain the progress.”

Dr. Joyce Harman, DVM

“Wendy Murdoch’s revolutionary SURE FOOT Program is a priceless gift to the horse world. I have seen remarkable results in mental, emotional, and physical balance of horses standing on these pads for only five minutes.”

Linda Tellington-Jones