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Straightness Training in South Africa

I'm in South Africa at the moment to work with Zaneta Georgiades on the ST Evaluation System (STE).

As you might have noticed, Straightness Training is growing faster and faster, with more and more Mastery Students.

Therefore also the number of submitted touchstones (which are video lessons) is increasing just as hard.

Not that long ago, in 2014, we started the ST Evaluation Program and at the start I did all tasks by myself, and they were not yet automated, so manual tasks.

Nowadays in 2017 the volume of touchstones makes it necessary to have a professional automated system (see picture) and a complete team in position to be able to process the present volume and the anticipated growth in the upcoming years.

Therefore, this week we'll dot the i's and cross the t's, so Zaneta is well prepared for the job of Supervisor & Manager Operations STE!

And while doing so, we have company of a friendly supporter as you can see on the picture 😉

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Norwegian ST eBook now available

Good news for the Norwegian speaking ST fans!

The free eBook with the introduction to Straightness Training is now available in the Norwegian language!


Atie Skarveland and Ann-Karin Bye did a great job in translating the eBook.

Well done Atie and Ann-Karin!

If you are already on our mailing list, we have sent you the ebook by email, so check your inbox 😉

If you are not on our mailing list, you can order it here for free:
www.straightnesstraining.com/free-ebook

Enjoy the eBook!

Spring!

After 6 month period of cold, grey and rainy, snowy, windy weather in the Netherlands, it’s always a great pleasure to feel the temperature rising and to see how nature awakes and how it makes a new start, whether it's in the capital city of Amsterdam or in the countryside!

Also the pastures of my horses are exploding at the moment with lots of delicious grass, cleavers, and dandelions 🌱 ☘️ 🌼. Of course we carefully have to manage that they don’t get an excessive intake of it, because horses love 💚 this 'salad bowl’!

Although young, fresh grass appears to be a nice addition to the regular food, it also brings risks with it.

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