Date(s) - April 27, 2020 to May 18, 2020
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
The mother daughter relationship is a complicated one. It can be fraught with tension, resentment, and guilt and yet it can be our most important supportive secure relationship that we have throughout our lifetime. Learning to navigate this all important relationship with love and compassion is crucial. During the teen years and early adulthood, our daughters are moving toward independence and learning to become their own leader. This can be difficult for us as moms because we have been the “lead” mare for their entire lives up to this point. How do we let go and let them learn to lead their own lives without sabotaging the relationship and our connection? I call this the dance of leadership and follower-ship and it can be a tricky one.
Horses can be amazing mentors and teachers for us. As herd animals their survival depends on their connection to the herd and their trust in the herd leader. They lead and follow because they choose to. In the horsemanship world we have a saying that “when the halter comes off, the truth comes out”. As a parent it can be scary to take that “halter” off of our children to let them grow and become their own leader.
Through temperament type, mandala work, and experiential work with the horses this 4 week series for mothers and daughters is designed to experience and practice 7 Elemental Steps to opening the door to a healthier and stronger relationship with one of the most important persons in your life.
Dates April 27, May 4, May 11, May 18
What to Wear We will be working in both the heated lounge and when we work with the horses we will be in the arena which is enclosed but takes on the outside temperatures. Please dress in layers so you will be comfortable. You will also need closed toed shoes.
Investment In You & Your Daughter is $250/person ($500 per mother/daughter team)
Limit of 12 attendees (or 6 Mother/Daughter teams)
Requested Age ~ 12 and older
You will see that to register we are not requiring a deposit at this time. We will collect payments at the first session.