About the Clinicians We Host at Ray of Light Farm

Chris Irwin

Chris Irwin is internationally renowned as the most innovative Trainer of Trainers.  From his best-selling books to unprecedented achievements in coaching and competition, Chris is recognized by the FEI (Federation Equestre Internationale) as one of the world's most admired and influential leaders in the horse industry. 

Groundwork. Riding. Driving. From beginning first steps with horses to the highest levels of refinement with advanced equestrians, Chris delivers life-changing customized experiences in private, semi-private, or small group formats.  

 

Regan Golob

People, horses and dogs across the country benefit from the knowledge and hands on training provided by Regan Golob BA DC. Initially trained as a chiropractor, Regan is constantly expanding his knowledge beyond the confines of a single discipline. His toolbox includes acupressure, myofascial, craniosacral, herbalism, and homeopathy. He will take you outside the conventional thought process while remaining based in science. Using the concept that the body is never doing anything wrong, it is merely attempting to survive, he looks for the underlying cause to switch the body from survival into thriving. Regan’s goal, unlike the current medical model is not to treat symptoms, yet rather aid in awareness and enhancement of total health. 

Regan received a BA in Biology from Saint Ambrose College, and his degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic. The foundation of his success is structure controlling function, nutritional balancing and lots and lots of motion. Early on he researched and developed his Bio Energy Analysis Technique. This technique utilizes acupressure points that he has found to reveal organ stresses and nutritional imbalances. It has served him throughout his long career and he continues share its healing benefits for both people and horses. 

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Ray of Light Farm

232 Town Street

East Haddam, CT 06423

info@rayoflightfarm.org

860-873-1895

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