The Other Side Of Perfect

Rupert Isaacson talks autism, the movement method, how animals can heal and The Horse Boy Foundation

On Episode 8 I speak with film maker, author, educator and founder of The Horse Boy Foundation, Rupert Isaacson. A few months ago I had the pleasure of attending one of Rupert's dressage masterclasses, held at Thornton Park Equestrian Centre, and in that moment I knew there was something very special about his technique and I just had to interview him. When Rupert's son Rowan was diagnosed with non verbal autism, Rupert feared his child would never communicate again. Through a very special moment, and the healing power of horses, Rupert and Rowan created a new movement method and a beacon of light for those living with autism. On today's show we cover a myriad of different topics from Rupert's alternative upbringing, to shamanic training, his work with horses, how the movement method works, and how having a child with autism made him a better man.

Big thank you to Childvision for allowing us record last minute while Rupurt was teaching in Dublin. You can check out their Movement Method events with below.

Rupert Isaacson
The Horse Boy Foundation

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