Press articles

STEP INTO THE HORSES’ WORLD AND RELAX WITH DE-STRESSAGE!

De-Stressage provides an opportunity to get “hands on” with horses and with no prior experience with horses is required. However some clients are already horse owners who wish to enhance their bond with their horse though a deeper understanding of … Continue reading

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THOUSANDS REACH OUT FOR A HEALTHIER AND MORE FULFILLING LIFE.

We have just arrived back from The Mind Body Spirit Festival and we are delighted to have been featured in Destination Kerala, “De-Stressage is a holiday-break business run by Lucinda McAlpine, who for many years took part in equestrian competitions … Continue reading

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IS IT TIME FOR A CHANGE?

“Chinese Medicine is the prevention of disease and maintenance of health. Historically, a Chinese Medicine doctor was paid a retainer to keep their patients healthy. If a patient became sick, the doctor would not be paid until the patient’s health … Continue reading

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BOLDLY GOING BAREFOOT

Devon Life feature from October 2011 with Lucinda McAlpine Devon Life Article Bodly Going Barefoot Share this page

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Beth Woods on Bowhayes Farm

Several months ago I met Lucinda McAlpine for the first time having heard about the very interesting work she was doing with horses. In my early twenties I worked an trained with horses but eventually found that my nerve was … Continue reading

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A day at Brackenhill by Kira Ivanoff (October 2001)

As you turn into the driveway of Brackenhill Stud, you are immediately drawn in by the breathtaking views before you. Rolling, lush green paddocks, speckled with crows busily ‘gardening’ and horses, glowing with well-being, grazing in blissful peace and tranquillity. … Continue reading

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Heather Stack testimonial (2002)

When I first heard about a woman who was achieving great things with her horses in a completely alternative way I was intrigued. I was the biggest sceptic around, ” my thoroughbreds living out without shoes and rugs – never … Continue reading

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Laura Sweeney testimonial (2002)

I bought Qumran, a 16.2h.h. Gelding in the autumn of 1998. During the first winter, he was kept at a nearby livery yard. But as the weather began to deteriorate, turnout became a rare occurrence. Sometimes the horses were not … Continue reading

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Helen Triggs’ article (November 2001)

Some time ago in this column, I was bemoaning my horse’s increased age and rather consigning him to the scrap heap. I received a very encouraging fax from Lucinda McAlpine, telling me to pull myself together and outlining her very … Continue reading

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Dressage Magazine article (March 2003)

It’s unusual to go to the yard of a successful dressage rider and see the demonstration horse picked out of a herd, brushed over, tacked up and ridden (unshod of course) into the school, where he proceeds to execute some … Continue reading

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