Trade Stand 25th May – Equine Facilitated Learning

Rosie Withey is a personal development and riding coach and has a stand at Trealy Farm on 25th May. She will be available to discuss how equine facilitated learning can benefit horse and rider.

Rosie – in her own words

My absolute passion is to inspire people to be their true self and be the best that they can be and horses are my partners in this work. In particular my focus is on developing connection, communication and confidence through Equine Facilitated Learning, Emotional Wellbeing Coaching and Riding Coaching.

Horses are amazing teachers. As well as mirroring our emotions, intentions and behaviours a horse will immediately sense any inconsistency between these and teach us to recognise when we’re not being authentic. People come from all walks of life for 1:1 sessions, group workshops or bespoke programmes of Equine Facilitated Learning. They develop relationship skills, enhance their emotional and mental well-being, discover clear direction, overcome obstacles, bring balance to their lives or simply develop their self-awareness. What connects them all is their search for a more authentic way of being, living, managing or leading.

Emotional Wellbeing coaching can be in person, by phone or skype and guides you through a process to connect with what’s really important, move through emotional and mental blocks and get clarity and the confidence to move positively forward.

Reflective Riding is my holistic approach to riding and is based upon the fundamental connection between rider and horse – what I believe to be the most important aspect of riding. I offer private sessions for riders on their own horses and group workshops for dressage and showjumping in the North Somerset Area.

For more information on Rosie and her techniques, visit  her website

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