Natural Humanship - Training Series
Building a Foundation Through Trailer LoadingEpisode 1 of the series takes a look at Anderson's unique approach to trailer loading as a way of building a horse's mental tools.Watch
Working on the Mental ToolsEpisode 2 of the series delves into the effect that the work has on individual horses and people.Watch
28 Day Young Horse KickStartFollow Bruce Anderson through a session with a young horse just in for a starter month to learn the basics of the AlphA mindset.Watch
Synopsis: The Natural Humanship Training Series follows the work of Trinidad native Bruce Anderson and his work with horses and people. The series focuses on the power of the horse in everyday situations through work with individuals, team building groups, corporate and law enforcement training and self motivation for people. The series also includes episodes for horse owners with features on the aspects of the system in building a solid foundation with their horses. The basis of the system is the concept of what Anderson calls TyranT versus AlphA mindset and how mindset, leading into muscle memory, influences every step of our lives.
Episode 1 of the series takes a look at Anderson’s unique approach to trailer loading as a way of building a horse’s mental tools. “The problem is not about loading into the trailer; its about the pressure created by the trailer and how you and the horse handle the pressure.” This episode features a demonstration of the Nature’s View System during the EQUUS Film Festival LA Tour Stop in June 2018. Filmed at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, as well as Red Bank Farm and the South Carolina Equine Park in Camden, SC.
Episode 2 of the series delves into the effect that the work has on individual horses and people. “Years ago, I wouldn’t have felt that the opportunities I have, I’m worthy of. It’s nothing like I’ve ever done before and I’ve grown and benefited so much. I didn’t realize I had such a lack of self worth. Life is a lot more fun now that I’ve done this work.” – Roslyn Moore — This episode features sessions with clients based on increasing their mental tools and pressure levels. Filmed at Red Bank Farm and the South Carolina Equine Park in Camden, SC.
Episode 3 of the series follows Bruce Anderson through a session with a young horse just in for a starter month to learn the basics of the AlphA mindset. From starting in the stall to initial walk-abouts and brief round pen work, this young horse is able to start a foundation of “How can I help you?”
As I’ve watched Bruce’s work with both horses and people, I can honestly safe that this method, this mindset, is life-changing, I’ve seen it make a difference with people trying to to work with a problem horse or start a young horse, but I’ve also seen it make such a difference in the lives of the people who come for self-awareness or self-improvement.
Julianne Neal is a horse-lover, educator and filmmaker. She partners with Bruce Anderson in their business, Nature’s View, Inc. as well as a non-profit 501(c)(3) The Marley Project, which is dedicated to equine awareness and education.