Beverley Kane, MD’s Links
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.
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 ...