Dear Horse Lovers
Have you ever felt nervous or unsafe with your horse? Do you anticipate his reactions and tense as you approach things that may scare him? Maybe you been through a horse related incident that has left you with lingering fear or perhaps the connection you desire is not happening the way you hoped.
MANY RIDERS FEEL THIS WAY. ISN’T IT TIME THINGS CHANGED?
Increase Confidence – Empower Leadership – Deepen the Bond
Imagine feeling confident, empowered and full of joy around your horse.
Imagine being in a group of women who desire the same thing.
Fearless Horsemanship is a 2 day workshop for women to increase self confidence and empower leadership with their horse.
By the end of the workshop you will:
- Understand your horse better
- Strengthen your skills of observation
- Increase your ability to consistently make safe choices with your horse.
- Deepen your connection to your own thoughts and feelings while understanding how they affect your relationship with your horse
- Learn the art of Wu Wui. Enjoy taking time with your horse without expectations.
- Improve your ability to communicate. Learn how to teach your horse so he truly understands your requests.
- Uncover your heart centered leadership style
- Feel confident and relaxed while being with your horse
ACCESS THE RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR HORSE YOU HAVE BEEN DREAMING ABOUT.
Fearless Horsemanship gives women the opportunity to practice these skills and receive constructive feedback in a supportive group environment.
Your investment for Fearless Horsemanship is $347. (Cost includes a healthy vegetarian lunch on both days). Your teachers are a herd of six wonderful horses (two of them miniatures) and Carla Webb, at Anam Cara Farm and Learning Center in the Mount Lehman area of Abbotsford.
Note: This workshop is designed for you to work with horses other than your own. There are benefits to working with unfamiliar horses that deepens your awareness and allows you to get the full value of the presented concepts. However, we do offer other programs where participants are invited to bring their own horses.