Summer on the farm

Summer is one of the best times on the farm - fresh grass for grazing, new hay in the barn, fireflies at night.

It also feels like we've started a new season of discovery. With Ingrid and Charlotte Brammer bringing their horses here to offer FEEL (Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning), there's a new energy here. Then in May, we welcomed Andrea Robin and her horses, which you can read more about in our next post.


We're hearing that the last year has been incredibly tough and people need a space they can come to regain their balance; connect to self; shift into a new perspective. We welcome you to come back, or to experience the magic of the horses for the first time. Here's a couple ways, and if you have something different in mind, let us know - we enjoy customizing experiences and can work with you to build in the elements that will benefit you the most.


Horse Guided Learning (FEEL) Sessions

Experience horse time privately with one of our facilitators. These 90 minute sessions will be tailored to your goals and needs including:

  • Achieve calm and focus through grounding tools and practices

  • Examine a part of your life you’d like to change - and come away with fresh insight from your horse teachers.

  • Activities may include: reflective grooming, time in the pastures with the herd, emotional intelligence round pen work, visioning and more.


Meditation with the Horses

Join us on the last Thursday of the month from 7pm-8:30pm for a nature walk and guided meditation.

Meet the horses optional time at 8:30-9pm. The next one is Canada Day, Thursday July 1. $30 per person.








 




Watch this video to learn more about how the Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning (FEEL) approach began in Canada and has spread worldwide.






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