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Biography

Beverley Kane, MD is a Program Director for Medicine and Horsemanship, a course that teaches interpersonal skills to healthcare professionals at Stanford School of Medicine in Palo Alto, CA. In 2003 she founded Horsensei Equine-Assisted Learning & Therapy (HEALTH). She has conducted biomedical, parapsychological and psychospiritual research and clinical practice since 1978. Her personal somatic practice included Centered Riding™, Somatic Bareback Riding, and Tai Chi on horseback. She is the author of The Manual of Medicine and Horsemanship—Transforming the Doctor-Patient Relationship with Equine-Assisted Learning and editor of Silver Threads: 25 Years of Parapsychology Research, revised in 2010 and released as Radiant Minds—Scientists Explore the Dimensions of Consciousness by Jean Millay, ed., Russell Targ, and Dean Radin.

Audio

  • "Horses, Somatics, and Spirit" with Beverley Kane

    Equine Assisted Learning

    What can horses teach us about our own physicality and spirituality? What does it mean to be “healthy as a horse”? As evidenced in the growing field of equine-assisted learning and psychotherapy, horses are consummate teachers of mindfulness, somatics and somato-spiritual consciousness. They differ from dogs and cats and other ...

    • Teleseminars
    • 2011-07-20
    • 00:56:42

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