Women In Power Workshop with Horses | Gauteng | 23 -24 April 2022

Embark on an exciting new journey that will help you understand yourself on a fundamental level, and grow beyond your expectations.

In partnership with Comodex EALD, join us for a unique and powerful 2 day Women In Power workshop where horses are used as the channel for learning principles and practices for personal, professional and interactional growth. Horses have a natural way of communicating and interacting with each other that we can learn so much from. This workshop will teach you how to understand these principles, and bring them into your daily life and personal development.

Workshop Benefits:

  • Understand yourself and others
  • Learn effective communication
  • Overcome obstacles
  • Enhance interactional awareness
  • Build confidence and connection
  • Improve listening skills
  • Learn through application and experience
  • Have fun!

Workshop includes:

  • All meals
  • Workshop materials and access to both days
  • Accommodation available on request

Will I have to ride a horse?
No. All work is done on ground level, and no previous horse experience is required.

Event Cost
R2550 per person

Workshop Locations
Day 1: Sherwood Lodge Pretoria East (Theory and practical workshop)
Day 2: Mount Riviere Stables (Equine-assisted learning and development programme)

Registration

 

Hourly Schedule

Day 1 - Galagos Country Estate

08:30 - 16:00
Theoretical and Practical Workshop

Day 2 - Mount Riviere Stables

08:30 - 14:00
Equine Assisted Learning and Development Programme

Date

Apr 23 - 24 2022
Expired!

Time

8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Cost

R2,550.00

Location

Gauteng
Category

Speakers

  • Ilé Schutte
    Ilé Schutte
    Counselling Psychologist

    Ilé Schutte is a qualified professional Psychologist that offers Indivual Therapy, Couples Therapy, Hypnotherapy, HBDI Assessments, Sports Psychology, Corporate Workshops, Premarital Counselling and Professional Supervision.

  • Tanya Graham
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