I provide a safe and peaceful place to explore the spirit within and take a journey into self-discovery opening the door for change and transformation.
There is a growing body of research which shows interactions with horses can have a significant therapeutic impact and benefit for people. Horses are being used in many areas such as work with autistic children, veterans, youth at risk, recovery from abuse and addiction, cancer survivors, grief and loss, depression, helping children who do not learn in a traditional school setting achieve grade appropriate skills, just to name a few. These are only the tip of the iceberg!!! Horses have so much to offer the human race.If you are willing to take the next step in your self-development, all it takes is a willingness to be present and feel in their presence. Experiential learning requires us to move out of our heads so we can explore problems and solutions in a new way. If you are willing, they will help you open the door to see yourself and understand how you are “seen”. What is going on in the world outside the arena happens in the arena. The horses, with the help of a facilitator/guide, help us identify our issues. Sessions involve exercises with a horse or horses. Throughout the process the facilitator/guide offers observations and asks questions geared to assisting you as you explore and find your own truths. Discovering one’s own truth is more enlightening and spurs healing faster than someone telling you what they think your truth is
"There is a growing body of clinical evidence suggesting people experience authentic empowerment through work with animals and make healthier behavior choices."
Barbara Rector, Adventures in Awareness
"No matter how good you are at hiding things from yourself and others, your nervous system still involuntarily broadcasts what you are really feeling – horses are especially tuned into these feelings." Linda Kohonov
"Humans can say one thing with their mouth and something entirely different with their body."
"There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man." Sir Winston Churchill
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