Finding Our Way with
Horses, Self-Inquiry, and Fellow Journeyers
Have you experienced the loss of someone or something
that you love or is dear to you?
Feeling stuck in your grief and unclear about next steps?
Confused by your emotions and not sure what to do with them?
We offer a blend of healing modalities -
The Work of Byron Katie and
Equine Facilitated Learning
In this Retreat You Will:
Spend time with the horses to allow their wisdom and way of being assist you in exploring your inner knowing
Experience the work of Byron Katie to come home to your inner wisdom and true nature
Create a supportive community, allowing us the space to meet our grief with compassion and understanding
Experience mindful activities to honor our grief journey and open up the gift(s) grief can offer us
Grief has many faces... The death of a person or animal we love. End of relationships. Independence. Witnessing a tragedy.
Loss of employment. An identity we have created for our security and safety. Unfulfilled dreams.
Grief is a wordless transition.
About Your Facilitators:
Jodi Patsiner, M.A. in Gerontology and Long Term Health care and has a Life Transition Coaching practice at Kindred Heart Coaching. She learned what it was like to experience loss at a very young age when her Beloved Grandfather , her best friend, died when she was 7. This created the foundation of her life's work serving those experiencing grief, loss or any life transition. The passing of her Auntie, Sister and Father the last 8 yrs of her life broke her heart open to a new level and she is passionate about creating sacred spaces to be present in one's grief/heart. She offers a loving presence with a broad perspective to facilitate you in navigating your unique journey. Her focus is on the knowledge that you are a WHOLE, WISE and LOVING being. www.kindredheartcoaching.com firstname.lastname@example.org 317-517-8500
Jackie Hibbard, M.Div is the owner and coach of Dancing Spirit Equine Facilitated Learning and Coaching. She has extensive personal experience of grief and loss during her life. The death of her mom when Jackie was 18 has shaped much of her work in the world and has given her the gift of being present with others who are suffering or are in pain and allows her to hold sacred space in a loving and non-judgmental way. Hospitality and listening are two of her core values. Jackie partners with her horses to offer personal and spiritual growth opportunities for people ready to deepen into their next best self.