TBT vs Quantum Computers

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“Today, most of us operate on the premise that everything we know can ultimately be broken down into components and “measured”. But joined with this lay a hidden assumption: that the only things are real, are those things which we can measure.” –Matt Treacey, Natural Orders     TBT (Tucker BioKinetic Technique) is an alignment technique using energy. When we … Read More

Podcast Episode 26: TBT vs. Masterson Method

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Today’s Horse Mysteries Solved Ep. 26 podcast is a fun comparison between TBT (Tucker BioKinetic Technique) and the Masterson Method. This is not a competition! lol Both techniques are good. And it’s not a matter of one OR the other. Sometimes people get stuck on “this OR that”. When in fact life is more fun and less stressful when you … Read More

Podcast Episode 25: Downhill vs. uphill

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You know, when I walk or run, uphill is not my favorite. So you can imagine my surprise when a client told me her horse hates to go downhill. I mean, downhill is the easy direct, isn’t it? Hear more about the three items to check when your horse is reluctant to go downhill. Blessings, Renee Tucker, DVM Links Mentioned: … Read More

Podcast Episode 24: Bit avoidance problems?

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Today on Horse Mysteries Solved podcast, I’ve got five suggestions for horses that avoid bit contact. This includes two types of avoidance: 1) Where the horse barely opens the mouth for the bit. 2) Where the horse is completely behind the vertical. Same five suggestions for each problem. Most are considerations in the horse’s mouth and head, but sometimes it … Read More

Podcast Episode 23: Get your horse to focus

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Do you ever have trouble getting your horse to focus? Not just random loss of attention. But where trainers might say, “This horse is a slow learner. She just has trouble focusing.” On today’s Horse Mysteries Solved Podcast, we talk about 5 possibilities for what might be causing that lack of focus. Here’s to always finding the “why”, Renee Tucker, … Read More

Podcast Episode 22: Rider feels crooked

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Have you ever felt crooked or cockeyed while riding your horse? Or where you just can’t seem to sit straight and balanced? We all check to see if our stirrups are even and our saddle centered. But sometimes that doesn’t help. I have three suggestions that might help with this on Horse Mysteries Solved podcast today. These are: The saddle … Read More

Hunchy dog back improvement

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Sometimes I can talk all day, but a picture alone says it all. One of our brand new TBT students fixed her dog. This is during the first day of the skeletal alignment seminar (Module II of TBT University). This sweet old rescue dog is approximately 13 years old. She could barely support weight on her hind end, and didn’t … Read More

Podcast Episode 21: Ear Shy

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Have you ever known a horse who was “ear shy?” If you have, you probably also heard the explanation, “That horse must have been ear’rd as a foal. Now he hates having his ears touched.” And also, “He’s always been that way.” In my experience, 95% of horses who are ear shy, actually have their atlas (poll) out of alignment. … Read More

Podcast Episode 20: What do “support boots” support?

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Want to join me in my rant about “support boots?” lol Cuz what do they “support” anyway? Cheers! Renee Tucker, DVM Links mentioned: https://www.tuckerbiokinetic.com/ Transcript: Renee (00:01) Hello, my friends. Dr. Renee Tucker here. Today you get to hear my little rant about support boots. Okay? Renee (00:10) Let me be frank. Support boots for horses do not support anything. … Read More