8.29.24 Eclectic Classroom - Helping Hurt Horses with Nahshon Cook

Please post any questions you would like for Nahshon here ahead of class.

Nahshon Cook is an author, poet, and horseman from Denver, Colorado. As a horseman, Nahshon’s interests lay in working with horses with mental, physical and emotional rehabilitation needs.

He uses his background in classical dressage to help horses use their bodies in a way that encouages healing and wholeness. He helps people connect more deeply and communicate more clearly with their horses.

He is the author of Being with Horses and Horses See Us as We Are, and he lives and works on his family’s farm in Parker, Colorado.

Please join us for an evening of discussion on the joys, challenges and lessons Nahshon has learned through this journey.

Please read the article “Feel — An Essay By Nahshon Cook” from Eclectic Horseman No.116 as preparation. (Link will be in your order confirmation.)

The class will be held Thursday August 29th via Zoom starting at 6pm MST. (check your time zone here)

Please plan on the class lasting at least an hour. We will start with a lecture with slides and then open up for questions and answers from the students.

Classes will be recorded and you will have a copy of the class automatically added to your account in The Mercantilewhere you can watch it again, or if you missed the class watch what you missed!

If you have any questions about the format, or how to use our forum please reach out, I’ll be happy to answer them for you. Use the contact form, or call 303-449-3537.