About us

Louise Bach-Holler

I was born in 1974 in Denmark.

I have been fascinated by animals since I was a small child.
I started riding horses at a riding school, when I was 7 years old, and horses have been in my life ever since.
Early on in my life, I began moving away from the traditional horseworld and towards a more alternative approach to horsecare, riding and training.

In 2008 I certified as a Natural hoof care practitioner with the AANHCP and I also worked as a Field Instructor for the organisation for some years. I have worked as a natural hoof care professional for many years.
I have taken numerous clinics and courses in horsemanship, horsecommunication, classical and academic riding.
I have taught and given clinics in horsemanship, natural horse care and balanced, bitless riding for many years.
I find the horse world too harsh and have developed my own gentle way to communicate with horses based on positive reinforcement and kindness.

In my thirties I became interested in martial arts, and spent 6 years immersed in the world of kickboxing.

After being very ill with a back injury, stress and depression, yoga came into my life in 2016.

In 2018 I took a 100 hours Vinyasa yoga teacher training course in Denmark.
In 2019 I took Level 1 and Level 2 teacher training in Irest (Integrative restoration) yoga nidra meditation.

I am passionate about helping people and animals, and I believe that combining the knowledge that I have about horses and the way they communicate, with yoga and meditation, is a beautiful and effective way to do this.



Thomas Bach-Holler

I was born in Denmark in 1968.

Since I was a child I have liked creating and building, and I have an interest in all types of craftsmanship.

As a young person, I became fascinated with working with wood and in 1995 I finished my education as a joiner/carpenter.
I have had my own building company in Denmark for more than 20 years.
I also worked as a thatcher for 10 years.

I find the restoration of old houses very interesting, especially when the aim  is to use sustainable materials and building techniques. I enjoy the diversity of work that the restoration requires, from repairing stonewalls, to making the roof, the plumbing, the electric installations and doing all the inside and outside carpentry work.

I also have a passion for finding simple and sustainable solutions for everyday living, and for keeping an eco friendly lifestyle, where things are being reused and waste is being eliminated.