Just find a remarkable bunch of joy, power, nature, healing and horse play. This video describes important parts of the horse therapist Klaus Ferdinand Hempflings work. For a better understanding it is helpful to connect this video with his background, added in the following: Hempfling, with his professional background in communications has shaken up the international horse world. He is working with these powerful, dignified creatures in accordance with nature. The development of the rider's "presence" and an orientation to holistic principles is integral to this work. Klaus has the ability to establish a relationship so firmly that anything after that is completely based on trust. Less known is his passion for music he plays many instruments but especially the acoustic guitar is really like a part of him. He has his very own authentic style (fingerstyle) which he developed as a street musician in his youth, where he very early stood on his own and had to make a living. In the past years Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling developed a more and more original musical expression with much improvisation and sometimes an unplugged touch. His style is very much based on different kinds of natural and native music styles represented by for example Scandinavian and sami musicians like the singer Mari Boine, the composer and saxophone player Jan Garbarek and the northern joiking. Also music with Irish and Celtic roots as for instance Loreena McKennit and many of the bands playing Irish Folk music have been in his repertoire of collecting creative inputs. Klaus likes very much to play different kinds of drums like drum kit, congas, jembe (known from African Drumming), bongos, and other native drums. On the little Danish island where he lives you will sometimes here singing or drumming and percussion in the streets near his house then you know: Klaus is at home. Some might ask what this has to do with the horses? Well, you could maybe say Not a lot, but then again, being with the horses has to do with living here and now, not being occupied with the past or worrying about the future, and to achieve that, the soul need to express itself to give space for positive energies. The ability to feel, sense and follow a rhythm is also essential for an authentic and integer appearance, and that is what the horses believe in and trust. Hempflings drumming style is his very own but it is also inspired by drum players and percussionists like Rodolfo Pachecho (Gypsy Kings), Nick Mason (Pink Floyd), Thomas Lang, Terry Bozzio, Billy Cobham, Safri Duo and other drum legends. Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling (The Horse Seeks Me) is touching equestrians worldwide, with response in fields like natural horsemanship, horse whispering, classical and freestyle dressage, equestrian sports, western riding, endurance, eventing and horse riding in general. He is at the forefront on working and interacting with horses and is known for authentic and effective groundwork according to the horses nature. He considers the horse's psyche (horse psychology) and communicates via body language with these beautiful creatures. His first book, 'Dancing with Horses' met with overwhelming success, especially in pleasure riding and natural riding. Klaus lived with wild horses in wilderness to observe their animal language and natural horse behaviour. In the beauty of this nature he developed his principals of the first encounter of human and horse. One of the newest publications is The Path of The Horse by Stormy May http://www.thepathofthehorse.com/Home... where Hempfling is portrayed together with Alexander Nevzorov, Mark Rashid, Linda Kohanov and Carolyn Resnick. One of his specialities is the work with difficult and aggressive horses. Hempfling transforms dangerous, nervous, traumatized horses into cooperative companions. They recognize him as their leader, and become willing partners in groundwork and under saddle. With a handful of known names like Monty Roberts and Pat Parelli (who are inspired by the work of Tom and Bill Dorrance, Ray Hunt, Buck Brannaman, John Lyons) Hempfling is inspiring the natural equine handling in general. KFH also talks about issues barefoot riding, natural hoof care, horse health and horse healing, horse food, stables, keeping and caring.