Date(s) - September 21, 2020 to October 19, 2020
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Indigo Trails Farm
Monday evenings from September 21st – October 19th
(9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, 10/19)
A Hero’s Journey with Horses is a workshop in self-discovery. Over this 5 week series which Dr Stacey only runs once a year in the fall, you will gain the tools to feel better, communicate better, and be more of who you really are and long to be. The world is filled with doubt, disrespect, fear and dysfunction. Dysfunction breeds discontent and discontent breeds disrespect for self and others. Horses can help humans discover their own heroic qualities and learn self-respect and respect for others.
The exercises in the workshop teach you about feelings and how to communicate effectively and contact with the horses offers loving support and how to be in the moment. The result is unequivocally that which inspires the human to believe in themselves.
Tools are taught in the areas of leadership and communication and experiences are provided addressing fear and trust. The results create intimacy between the horses and participants and between the participants themselves which often causes a shift in the experience that each individual has of themselves and reveals new choices and ways of being.
A fun yet meaningful and often profound experience of oneself in relation to others, this workshop is a must for anyone who is seeking a better understanding of themselves and who has a desire to discover their very own Hero inside.
Here are a few testimonials from previous participants…
“A Hero’s Journey was amazing. I signed up for the program knowing that I would need to reach deep inside myself to help understand who I was and how I got here. Walking into the barn the first night I felt very alone. Truly not thinking that others joining me could be dealing with problems and issues like my own or opening my eyes to many other ways others may have struggled or still are with life’s journeys. Digging into past traumas was the beginning of many of the “light bulb” moments for me and with the support of Dr Stacey and the group, I was starting to understand myself. Working with the horses was a wonderful experience as well. Words escape me with how amazing they truly are. I don’t know if my path will ever cross again with my new found sisters. I know for sure they have a very special place in my heart and what we experienced in the few weeks we had together was priceless. I remember walking out of the barn on the last night of our journey together and felt inspired-empowered-trusted and definitely not alone anymore. A’ho” – Sandy P.
“I signed up for A Hero’s Journey as a meager attempt for some me time. Had no idea what to expect and the closer we came to the first session, the more anxious I became. In the end, it was by far one of the best things I have done for myself. Eight complete strangers somehow transformed into a group of more than just friends, a family of sorts, otherwise known as the “Ah-ho sisters”. We emphasized our strengths and worked through our weaknesses, we laughed, we loved, we learned, and in the end we all went about our way thankful for the journey.” – Tabitha S.
“A Hero’s Journey was an opportunity for me to look at some of my patterns in a safe and loving group and practice different ways of being that are more beneficial for myself and my relationships. I highly recommend it!” – Lisa W.