AWAKEN YOUR AUTHENTIC SELF

and Discover your full potential.


 
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• 6 WEEK ONLINE GUIDED WORKSHOP •

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You found me. And I believe you're here for a reason.

I'm Audrey. I'm a Holistic Life Coach + Equine-Guided Learning Facilitator.  I LOVE  Harry Potter, tea time, art, music, & animals of all kinds.

I believe that nature, especially horses, can easily guide us to tap our own true wisdom and power.  My job is to help facilitate that experience and support you on your own personal journey.

Are you searching for deeper meaning?

Do you want to make a change in your life?

Are you ready to start living your dreams?

Do you know that you have untapped potential?

Are you just overwhelmed?

 

That's why I'm here.

 
 

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learn about how horses changed my life & started soul equine.

A look from our seasonal living workshop + farm meal series: FALL

 
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enter the wood with no names

 

"Chapter 3 of Lewis Carroll’s 'Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There' culminates with Alice’s coming to a wood “where things have no names.” Immediately upon entering, she is unable to identify anything around her, knows not what to call herself or the surrounding trees or the strangely fearless fawn that soon approaches. Mutually enchanted, the two commence walking along together in utter peace and calm, Alice’s arm cradling the fawn as they go. The assuaging grace of this trance is broken only upon coming to a clearing where name recognition returns and the startled fawn bounds away in fright, leaving Alice bereft and forlorn.

Carroll’s parable about the distancing effects of human consciousness and language has particular resonance at a time when close encounters with nonhuman animals are increasingly being sought to heal our psychic and social woes. It is, in effect, a kind of wood with no names into which animal therapy allows its participants entrance."

- New York Times Magazine 

 
 

with a horse
 

“It was life changing.”