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The Whole Horse Podcast with Alexa Linton

Aug 24, 2023

In the two most recent episodes, guests and I have delved into our experiences of burnout and the impact of this all-too-common state of exhaustion amongst equestrians and equine professionals. In today’s podcast, I had a chance to chat with Susan Tenney of Elemental Acupressure about what to do about recovering from stress, burn-out and overwhelm. Susan shared many helpful tidbits and habits that anyone can practice to improve their overall emotional and physical balance, drawing insight from the wisdom of the Water Element. Be sure to catch up on our previous podcast together where we dive into the 5 element theory, here:
As part of this episode, Susan has crafted a free PDF handout for listeners to access tips and tools for shifting from surviving to thriving. Find it at
I was so grateful for this conversation and Susan’s down to earth advice. I hope you’ll feel more equipped to find your flow amid the waves of life after listening.

Susan feels strongly that massage and acupressure are for everyone – not just the “experts". This you- can-do-it attitude carries over into her classes where she delights in demystifying Chinese Medicine and Five Element theory. Her deep experience and gentle touch makes her very popular with her students and readers as well as her four-legged clients! Susan teaches the Shiatsu, acupressure and Five Element theory courses. She is the co-founder of Elemental Acupressure along with her husband, Jonathan Cohn.

For more information about Susan head to