Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling - The Author
The author Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling is at the forefront of new ideas on working and interacting with horses. His first book and video "Dancing with Horses" earned overwhelming international acclaim and success.
In "What Horses Reveal", Hempfling teaches the principles of primal life, against the background of both the mythological and the real horse.He emphasizes the importance of totally honest self-assessment and self-knowledge, and both mental and physical self-control. He demonstrates how a misplaced or misunderstood feeling, glance, posture or movement can make the difference between success and failure in the relationship with a horse.
In order to gain a greater understanding of every horse, the author describes in detail, and explains how to apply his unique system for recognizing horses. All horses, no matter what their breed or type, will fit into his clearly defined 26 character groups.
Then, watch three unmanageable stallions undergo a dramatic transformation when Hempfling approaches them in a gentle, fearless manner.
Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling was born in Germany in 1957. After completing a degree in telecommunication technology, he took the time to deepen his understanding of life by becoming a teacher, freelance artist, theatrical director and traveller.
After having spent several years in the Spanish Pyrenees mountains, he became a full time lecturer at the School of Art and Design in Dortmund, Germany. During this period he pursued a detail study of mythology and was intrigued with that most significant symbol of our culture - the horse. At the age of 29 he returned to the Pyrenees, this time on a search for the real horses - the wild ones. Here he began a study of the horse in his natural environment that would reshape not only Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling, but also a part of the horse world.
His horse communication seminars and clinics are in great demand and his books have conquered the world of horses.