Archive for Expand your Horizons
It is hard to believe that Christmas is right around the corner. Would you like your shopping to be easy and be able to give just the right gift?
We have an answer for you. Treat your friend (or yourself) to a gift of learning and expansion!
One of Coaching with Horses best values continues so grow and expand… Read More→
The Wild Women Retreat is just around the corner…
Are you ready to take a break and expand your life? We blend the EFLC work with ground work as well as riding during a full week retreat in the Sonoran Desert. This course helps you gain clarity about who you are and your passion in life. The week is filled with learning and riding horses, as well as lots of laughter and community. Take your confidence in life and riding to a new level at the famous White Stallion Ranch in Tucson, Arizona. Read More→
Love and Celebrate Yourself – (A Personal Note from Kathy)
When I was in second grade I wanted to write a book. I remember taking a stack of paper and folding it in half. I decorated the cover with a great title and hand drawn images. The inside pages I wrote my message. I remember holding it up with such excitement and pride.
During the process of achieving my childhood desire, I have lost my youthful glee and joy of the creative process. I have not been looking at my books with pride and happiness. Instead, I have been caught up in all of the many details of marketing the books, building a business and caring for my animals.
This all changed last week. Read More→
I had the privilege of working with a wonderful Percheron by the name of Kairos during an Equine Faciliated Learning workshop in Tucson this last February. Karios is the largest horse I have ever seen. He is well over 17 and the weight of his physical body is grounding and calming. His gentle nature makes time stand still. His slow moving, solid black muscular mass calls you to him and pulls you back in time.
Kairos offered the participants at this workshop an equine learning experience that was based on ‘being’ verses ‘doing.’ By simply being near Kairos several people reported a deep sense of communion and connection to something that was beyond words. Kairos complete focus and slow gentle gestures moved people to the depths of their consciousness. While facilitating one woman in a reflective round pen session, I shared the same experience. Read More→