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Linzi Sally

linzi_sallyLinzi Sally fell in love with horses after her first lesson at the age of six, and that love for horses is now stronger than ever! Linzi grew up riding western, competing in showmanship, western pleasure, trail, equitation, horsemanship, barrel racing and pole bending with her appendix quarter horse, “Slip”.

She was first introduced to Equi-Bow by her sister Amelia Connolly, an Equi-Bow practitioner in Halton, Ontario. She witnessed the changes in her sister’s horses first hand, and was blow away by the results. After watching a few sessions, Linzi decided that Equi-Bow was the “real deal” and immediately signed up to take the practitioner’s course in October of 2010.

Linzi decided to expand her learning and in 2011 also completed both levels of Canine Touch, which often comes in handy with her two great Danes, Caber and Brogan. Linzi lives in the Niagara area with her husband and young daughter.

Becoming a certified Equi-Bow practitioner in 2012, Linzi began assisting with Equi-Bow classes, which led to pursuing further training to become an Equi-Bow Instructor. She is currently helping to formalize Equi-Bow Canada’s instructor training protocol.

Linzi has always enjoyed teaching and realized at a young age that teaching would be part of her future. She began instructing at the age of 14 with the Royal Canadian Air Cadets, teaching various subjects such as Leadership, Instructional Technique and Effective Speaking. After leaving the Air Cadet program, Linzi became an Officer with the Civilian Instructor’s Cadre where she continued to teach and was the Training Officer with 126 Squadron in Niagara Falls. This military teaching training allowed her to gain a great deal of firsthand experience that helped refine her teaching skills. After completing her undergraduate degree in Physical Education and Kinesiology at Brock University, Linzi attended teacher’s college at Charles Stuart University in Burlington Ontario, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Primary and Junior Education in 2007. Linzi has been teaching in the French Immersion program for nine years now and currently resides in Fort Erie, Ontario with her husband Scott.

Learning to become an Equi-Bow practitioner and now an Equi-Bow instructor is one of her greatest accomplishments to date. This journey has taught her how to “think outside the box” and to connect with horses in a very different and significant way. Linzi is thrilled to be part of the Equi-Bow Canada teaching team!

Contact: Equibowservicesniagara@gmail.com or 905-246-3228