Once again, we return to the outstandingly beautiful countryside of the ISLE OF WIGHT to Kathy and Mark’s farm to enjoy working with alpacas, llamas, curly haired pigs, sheep, cows, horses, doggies, ducks and chickens. This rural hideaway is the perfect setting for my ‘animal classes’. In 2018 I will be holding two: one in March and one in September, both will focus on providing a practical toolkit of tips and techniques to support your pet’s health and wellbeing and improve the bond and connection between you. We will explore:
Developing sensitivity and ‘knowing’, enhancing your intuitive touch
What’s stopping you? Is there a hidden resistance to tapping into your natural healing ability?
Basic hands-on touch techniques
Effective hands-off techniques for when it’s not possible to touch
How to energy test to see what foods suit your pet’s unique body chemistry
Putting together your ‘home-care’ kit: homeopathic remedies, flower essences, essential oils, crystals etc.,
Introduction to my own special ‘Guidance Grid’ to help you choose the very best technique for your pet at any given time
How to support veterinary care
The animals in our lives respond to our moods, emotions and energetic balance. By sheer osmosis we can support or sabotage our pet’s health. In fact, sometimes their physical symptoms are reflecting a ‘need’ in us. It therefore makes sense to be as energetically robust as possible, our animals will sense and respond to such ‘balance’ in us.
I’m adding a section – about 20% of our time together – to share some techniques for achieving balance, getting grounded and reconnecting to our inherited ancestral energy. Often overlooked, this sacred reservoir of essential energy is the foundation for all our body systems. When it begins to crumble, everything begins to lose its balance and strength. Deepen your knowledge of this energy field; the link between Kidney energy, it’s partner Bladder, Mingmen and the Extraordinary Vessels – gently regain an energetic vitality you had forgotten.
Arrive Friday 9th for 5pm start and dinner at the Farm (local produce and delicious)
Saturday, Sunday and Monday
Depart Tuesday 13th 11am
Arrive Friday 14th for 5pm start and dinner at the Farm (local produce and delicious)
Saturday, Sunday and Monday
Depart Tuesday 18th 11am
BOOK EARLY especially if you want single occupation of a double room, as these classes are restricted to 11 guests and we operate a policy that the first guests to register (with deposit), have first choice of rooms.
Local residents are welcome to join the class without accommodation.
£395 to cover
TUITION/ADMIN FEE – includes printed handout
Meal at Farm on Friday and Monday evenings
Teas, coffees, biscuits and refreshments at the farm during the course
Breakfasts at the farm on Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
NOT COVERED … Accommodation +
Lunch each day and dinner on Saturday and Sunday are ‘freetime’ (own cost)
Any alcohol consumed at Farm dinners
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if there is a place and what accommodation is available.