The Art of Equus: A Chiron’s Way Advanced Apprenticeship Program
If you’d like to immerse yourself in the way of the horse and are ready to enliven your equine practice with exercises that are powerful, meaningful and fun, then join Sandra for The Art of Equus Advanced Apprenticeship Program. Enhance your facilitation skills, learn how to integrate expressive arts with equine guided activities and actualize your personal and program goals.
The Art of Equus is for those of you who want to:
- Expand and enhance your equine guided program with versatile tools that work
- Help your clients integrate their learning and engage diverse learning styles
- Receive mentorship and guidance in program and business development
- Create and practice new exercises in a supportive and nurturing environment
- Become certified in the field of Equine Facilitated Wellness
Horses speak to us through movement, emotion and imagery. To translate and anchor their lessons we need to move beyond the language of words into a whole-brained, whole-bodied and wholehearted state. The expressive arts allow us to do this in a way that is transformational and fun.
The Art of Equus will begin again in the Winter of 2013. It will include 3 weeks/15 days of study at Chiron’s Way near Vancouver, Canada, attendance at Sandra’s Essentials For Success Business Training Program (an optional $1197 value) and individual projects and learning between gatherings.
Space is limited to 10 participants so contact Sandra for your application form today. No art experience of any kind is required – it’s a promise.
The Art of Equus
Dates for the 2013 cohort are coming soon
Daily 10am – 5pm
Cost: $5997 + gst Early Bird
$6500 + gst Regular Rate
Location: Chiron’s Way, Maple Ridge (Near Vancouver, BC)
The Expressive Arts are so effective because they …
- Have profound motivational and healing effects
- Involve active learning, imagination and creative expansion
- Provide a record of feelings, thoughts and actions that arise during sessions
- Allow us to redefine, re-imagine and re-initiate choices and action steps
- Fit naturally with equine guided learning, healing and development
- Require NO artistic experience – it’s a promise
- Benefit EVERYONE
Studies by Larry Dossey, M.D., demonstrate that imagery is an important factor in self-healing. At this point in our evolution, when the images most available to us are traumatizing and numbing, horses and the arts offer a welcome antidote. To be held in the embrace of a horse and then to dialogue with that experience through colour or movement or sound, plants the seeds of transformation from which we can grow to new heights.