Sandra Wallin has been learning from horses, in one way or another, her entire life, but it wasn’t until her horses Grace and Chiron arrived that her apprenticeship truly began. Sandra claims Grace has taught her to be a better person and Chiron is teaching her to be a better horse, and as she learns, so she teaches, in her Equine Guided Development programs at Chiron’s Way.
Grace is a Tennessee Walking Horse whom Sandra calls the equine apothecary due to her innate ability to know just what lesson to pull out for each person, family or team. Whether it is carrying a child with autism to a place of connection and peace, or breathing deeply into the heart of a grieving cancer patient, Grace identifies with each person and adjusts her responses to suit.
People who meet Grace never forget her.
Chiron is best known by Plato’s quote which states Life Must Be Lived As Play. Chiron is a great teacher of boundaries but once learned, he will accompany you on the dance of a lifetime. He is powerful, brilliant and curious as well as kind, sensitive and attuned.
Xen is the newest member of our herd, arriving during the Spring Equinox. He is gentle and deep and we are so glad he is here. He and Chiron are already great friends and I now know where the term HORSIN’ AROUND came from. This is Xen as a baby. Once we have a picture of him here in his new home, we’ll add it here.
Cricket, whom we affectionately called The Love Bug, is now living at Wisteria Acres. We miss her deeply but are grateful she has found her heart home with Krista Brown. Cricket
is as kind and gentle as they come and warms the hearts of everyone she meets.