Horses have always played a prominent role in Cheri’s life.
As a child she was either drawing them, learning anatomy, performing horse care or taking riding lessons. At the time, she had no idea that her love of horses would not only change her life but the lives of others.
While completing a degree in Sociology from the University of Toronto, Cheri began her marketing career at an innovative video gaming company. As Marketing Director she learned under fire how to develop a launch marketing strategy for a global audience. The company took off, with unprecedented sales demand in the first two years.
Certified FEEL Facilitator, The Equine Link
Samantha’s passion for horses started at a very young age, when she caught a potent case of horse fever and took advantage of every opportunity she could to be with horses. She eventually began taking lessons and at the age of 17 she bought her first horse. This began her stewardship journey and has given her experience working with mares, foals and stallions of varying breeds and experience in various disciplines.
Samantha graduated in 2010 with an Honours Degree in Psychology and has worked in the Social Services industry ever since. Her predominate field has been in vocational counselling with youth and marginalized individuals. Samantha has facilitated many individual and group workshops on life skills, career paths and goal setting. She has demonstrated her excellence in motivating and empowering clients to reach their goals. Samantha is a continuous learner and avid volunteer with Suicide, Sign Language, Intervention and First Aid training and is now a certified FEEL Facilitator.
FEEL has allowed Samantha to explore and identify her own authentic feelings, emotions and needs and begin the path to start moving toward a more fulfilling life. As a FEEL facilitator she assists the horses to improve participants’ physical, emotional and mental wellness. Samantha assists the horses to teach various lessons including self-confidence, emotional agility and heart-based leadership.
Kathy Fee is a beautiful woman with a gentle compassionate spirit. Her concern for special needs children is based on her love for them.
Kathy began teaching children to ride while working at a summer camp when she was in her teens and her love of teaching grew.
Kathy went on to embark upon her teaching career teaching Kindergarten to Grade 8, but her main focus was in the Primary Division. During her career, she encountered many different aspects of special students, some with Asperger’s, Down’s Syndrome, ADD/ADHD, and Autism.
Her knowledge of the many aspects of these children along with the 33 years of hands on experience as a teacher makes Kathy a very unique facilitator for helping both the parents and the children.
Kathy believes that Reiki will help to empower your child and guide them to their highest potential. She believes that Reiki is an invaluable tool for helping all kids
with the stresses of school and life choices. Reiki is a gift of pure universal love, and love is the most powerful tool to heal. Her passion is to share this energy with each human being she meets…
Kathy is an experienced Usui Reiki Master Teacher and Holy Fire Karuna® Reiki Master. She has certificates for Therapeutic Touch, Quantum Touch, Tong Ren, Crystal Healing, Essential Oils, Bach Flower Remedies and Mediumship.
For as long as she can remember, Victoria has had a love of horses. After sitting on a horse at a birthday party when she was 8, her Grandparents had to abandon their dream of her being a Ballerina and buy her a pair of riding boots. She started riding at the age of 10 and competed as a 3-Day Eventer throughout her teenage years. Her love of horses spread into all of her activities as a child. From art work to story writing, she always had horses in her thoughts and dreams.
Victoria attended the University of Western Ontario and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English and History. With her degree in hand, she entered the corporate world and left the world of horses behind. For 10 years, Victoria built a career in Project Management. She was in on the ground floor of the .com boom and played an integral part in the creation of many leading edge e-commerce websites. Through her work in the corporate world, Victoria was introduced to the sport of dragonboat racing. In 2002 she had the privilege of representing Canada in the World Club Crew Championships.
Although Victoria was fulfilled in her corporate career and her dragonboat success, she felt a strong pull towards change. Her experience in high level competitive sport allowed her access to national level trainers and healing teams. This experience sparked her interest in various healing modalities.