In this fast-paced world, we are all looking for ways to stay grounded and centered. This class offers tools in a fun and interesting way to help kids navigate a society full of distractions. They will work with horses mostly on the ground to learn how to speak “the language of horse”, which is a non-verbal, body centered type of awareness. Kids will get a chance to feel how subtly and effectively horses communicate and connect, which often has a magical feel to it. Additionally, they will be able to apply that more subtle level of perception to learning the basics of craniosacral therapy and treating each other. This class will be fascinating, exciting, grounding, and the participants should come away with real tools they can use in their lives. No horse experience is necessary.
Lynne Whitbeck is a horsewoman, organic farmer, environmental educator, and backcountry guide. She is a lifelong horse enthusiast, but the journey really started 7 years ago when she got her first horse. Since then, she has been working at the challenging and rewarding task of interspecies communication. Lynne has studied natural horsemanship, liberty horsemanship, somatics and horses, Equine Guided Education, energy medicine, and body work, all of which inform her work with horses and people.
October 12, 2019, 9:00am - 4:00 pm, $150.