Horse Healing - One Day Workshop
Sunday 30th September 2018
9am - 3pm
Newton Hall Equestrian Centre, Newton, Hall Lane, Swilland, Ipswich IP6 9LT
Horse Healing Workshops are suitable for people who work with, love or are interested in horses.
I run Horse Healing workshops in and around Suffolk at private yards, livery and riding schools.
Healing is a powerful relaxation technique which utilises our natural energy, intuition and innate abilities and allows us to connect more deeply with our horses.
By working with horses in this way, you will tune in to your ability to 'read' and understand your horses subtle signals and this in turn can have a profound effect on how you relate to your horse and undertake your ridden work.
All horses benefit hugely from healing, being flight animals they can often get stuck in a state of low level flight with excess adrenaline, due to environment, past experience, injury or trauma. We can help them re-balance their energies and this in turn allows their bodies to kick start their own internal healing process.
These inspirational workshops will help you to work with the subtle energies suitable for healing these beautiful animals. You will practice your intuitive skills and whilst under instruction you will be able to administer hands on healing to horses and ponies.
Maddie Darnton is a BHS Qualified APC, who has many years experience working with horses as both a Coach and Healer, assisting veterinary surgeons worldwide from charities in Europe, South Africa, Egypt, India and Sri Lanka. Maddie originally trained with the Healing Animals Organisation following her personal journey with her rescue horse and has worked alongside renowned healer Angela Watkins PhD, SRN, ONC for the past ten years.
Please note these workshops do not feature any ridden work.
Workshops require a minimum of three participants and one or two horses. If you wish to host a workshop at your yard please contact me for more information.
Please note that I am not a veterinary surgeon and am not qualified to diagnose any particular ailment. Healing is intended as a non-invasive and non-medical relaxation technique and supportive practice. If you have any concerns about your horses health please consult a vet. You must obtain permission from your vet, verbal or written for your animal to receive healing.
Healing is not intended to replace or act as an alternative to conventional treatments given by a Vet. The Veterinary Surgery Act of 1966 (amended 1996) prohibits anyone other than a Veterinary Surgeon to diagnose ailments and giving of advice on such diagnosis. The Protection of Animals Act 1911 requires that if an animal clearly needs treatment from a Veterinary Surgeon then the owner must obtain this.
The healing of animals by contact healing, by the laying on of hands or distant healing is legal. To give emergency first aid to animals for the purpose of saving life or relieving pain is permissible under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1996.