Vicky Devlin has spent her whole life enjoying the company of horses. She rides for pleasure enjoying long-distance treks on her horses. She has studied with Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling in Denmark, where she learned the importance of body language around horses. It was on this course Vicky realized how much horses are trying to speak to us through their own body language.
She has also studied horse psychology with Kelly Marks and is currently studying the impact we have on the horse's physical ability through ridden work.
She met Jim Masterson by accident when she offered to help a friend with a weekend seminar. It was a true revelation to her when she saw the way Jim was working with the horses, he was listening to them in the same way as Klaus Hempfling did but instead of using this information for training he was using it to help them relax and release tension in their bodies.
Horses hide the pain. It is natural to them so our job is to help them release the tension that could turn into discomfort later. What better way to do this than ask them and let them guide us through the process. Not only do they benefit but they enjoy it too!!