Annie Tyo, Certified Therapeutic Equestrian Tai Chi Instructor.
Hello, my name is Annie Tyo. I live up off the skyline here in the beautiful Bay area of California.
My love for horses and mules started as a child. I remember having my picture taken at my grandmother’s house on a little paint pony. They dressed my brothers and I up in a little vest and cowboy hat, and the rest is history! I started to spend my summers in Tuscon, Arizona, where I’d get to ride everyday and take lessons.
I remember being in awe of what seemed like a gigantic pair of black mules that were passing through and dreamed one day of owning them! My parents finally decided to get me my very own horse while I was in High School and I couldn’t wait to get out of class, so I could go ride like the wind!
I’ve studied natural horsemanship and have specialised in proper ground work and riding over the past 20 years. I also enjoy wonderful trail riding, right outside my back door, truly Nature at its finest!
I started my journey with Tai Chi in 2014 to help senior residents improve their balance by getting certified as a Chair Chi Instructor. I could see the benefits almost immediately. Their physical and mental health began to improve. I have always searched and wanted to connect with the horse and mules on a deeper level and when I discovered Equestrian Tai Chi, I know that it was the answer.
If you are interested in learning this wonderful practice please get in touch.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and Phone 1- 650-576-9311
Happy Trails Kindly,
Mustangs and Mules Rule Ranch, Redwood City, California.
Annie Tyo, Wild Bill the Mustang, Essence the Mule and Piston the Paint.