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Friday, July 22, 2011

F.E.E.L. - Free Horse Demo!

F.E.E.L. Incorporates Natural Horsemanship! 

Angel-teaching-Alicia Omemee area Greenshire Eco Farms,1563 Pigeon Lake Road, presents: Free Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning - F.E.E.L. Plus Workshops Incorporating Natural Horsemanship. Horseplay is Fun! Come Join in!
This inspiring demonstration, Saturday July 23rd, 2011, from 10 to 11 a.m., is an introduction to non-riding interaction,  and ground games with horses. Be inspired! Be emotionally satisfied! Let the horse be your guide! Find out how Greenshire’s horse, Angel, pictured left, teaches Alicia,  to be a strong yet fair leader.


Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning

Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning -F.E.E.L. programs are a very new learning concept closely related to Equine-Assisted Therapy,which was profiled on the Dr. Oz show not to long ago. Two of Greenshire farm partners, Kaileen St. Antoine and Cindy MacDonald, are  certified F.E.E.L. practitioners. F.E.E.L. programs non-riding, experiential programs in which the horse is the teacher,do not require previous horse experience. Greenshire Eco farms calls it horseplay because it is fun, while at the same time- inspiring and emotionally satisfying.
‘Before I went through the experience myself, I was sceptical and unsure but the workshop opened me to a new way of learning about myself.’stated Julie E., Toronto, Ontario, adding 'I did not expect to be so moved and to gain so much insight into myself.’
These workshops can help people break through barriers, and heal from deep emotional wounds as well.
‘The sudden loss of my beloved husband shattered my life, and the lessons you taught help me pause and realize I am still alive and can move on,’ Pam M., Blackstock, Ontario shared adding,'More important I can still have a life and be happy!’
F.E.E.L. helps you learn about yourself and another species,in addition to authentic partnering , through interaction and games. 


Discover Upcoming Workshops

At Greenhire Eco Farms, ½ way between Lindsay and Bobcaygeon, 2 kilometres east of County Road 10, you will be amazed by the F.E.E.L. Demonstrations, which will give you insights into upcoming workshops, such as:
  • Dreamweaver - Weave your wishes into reality, access inner wisdom, and dare to dream. The horses will teach you. 2-Day Adult (18 & up): Saturday & Sunday, August 6 & 7, 2011 (6 per workshop limit – Reg $390 – Introductory special $200)
  • Peaceful Leader Gain leadership skills, confidence, a competitive edge, and channel powerful emotions for positive change. Let the horses guide your life down a new path. 2-Day Youth (ages 12-17): Sat. & Sun., August 20 & 21, 2011  Plus a 2-Day Adult (18 & up): Sat. & Sun., September 24 & 25, 2011(6 per workshop limit – Reg. $390 – Introductory special $200)
For more Information and registration see www.greenshireecofarms.com or or phone 705-879-4207 and ask for Cindy or Kaileen
About Greenshire Eco Farms:Greenshire Eco Farms is a new farm, run co-operatively, located 15 minutes east of Lindsay. Their 100 acres is approximately 30% young forest and 70% meadow. Greenshire Eco Farms aims to provide the community with sustainably grown food, permaculture living examples, alternative equine education and equine-assisted learning for humans, entertainment, a showcase for local talent, and an ecotourism destination.

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