The home of Viki Sheppard
Equine Behaviour Consultant, Integrated Bodyworker & Holistic Saddling Consultant
The question is “what has drawn you to my website?”. The answer could be that you are either inquisitive about furthering your communication with your horse, or looking for a solution to a situation that presents difficulty, uncertainty, or perplexity.
Or perhaps you’re looking for an equine bodyworker or saddling consultant?
Whatever your reason, you’re most welcome, so please continue to read on . . .
If you are experiencing some challenges with your equine partner or simply wish to learn further ridden techniques then click below to find out more about the range of services I offer and how I can help you rebalance your life with your horse.
Equine Craniosacral Therapy integrated with acupressure, kinesiology and osteopathic techniques.
Click below to learn more about these techniques and how they can help your horse.
If you need some help and guidance with saddle fitting then read on to discover how an alternative, holistic approach to this difficult subject can improve comfort and performance for both you and your horse.
You have probably heard the term 'soul mate' within human circles, but have you ever thought you could have the same partnership with your horse? There is no better feeling.
This is just one of my reasons for following the road I have found myself upon, and I wish to share my knowledge with as many people as possible ... for the good of both horse and human.
Developing communication through trust, respect, understanding and consistency - with open mind, open heart and open hand.
I predominantly cover the UK, Channel Islands and France.
Please do get in touch with me should you wish to make an appointment or discuss your requirements.
Full contact details are listed at the foot of this page.
Viki has been helping me with my new horse Alano for about 6 months. Unfortunately he (recently) had to spend 3 weeks in hospital on intensive medication and he came back home uncomfortable, with no appetite, tiny hard poo and he looked like he was losing the will to carry on. Viki treated him that weekend and he was clearly very uncomfortable bucking, kicking at us and really not wanting to be touched around his midriff. The morning after viki treated him his poo was starting to look normal and within 24 hrs he was back to his normal cheeky self. I couldn’t explain what she did, but the results speak for themselves. He turned a corner that day and has been getting better by the day.