Anna’s FREE Webinar Series Returns in 2019 for an Entirely New Beginning!

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We are excited to announce our annual FREE Webinar series with Anna Twinney and some special Reach Out to Horses guests! We are starting off the year with some amazing folks to share in some incredible, important, and inspiring conversation.

We will be talking about the potential of self-care and supplementation for you and your animal companions, the practical side of animal communication, the power of essential oils, and the possibilities of transformational horsemanship. You will also have the chance to ask Anna and her guests your questions live in each episode.

As always there is no catch and no cost to join us and we pack each webinar with a ton of valuable content. Just click on the button below and register for the full series. When we get closer to the date of the first webinar we will send you an email with all the details you need to join us. You can participate by phone or computer.

We wish you a blessed 2019 and we look forward to seeing you soon.

Happy New Year,

Anna and the ROTH team

2019 FREE Reach Out to Horses Webinar Series

January 8th – Dynamite Self-Care and Health
with Special Guests Dynamite Gold Director, Dr. Regan Golob and Dynamite Founder Jim Zamzow

Topics include:

Self-Care with Dynamite and other needs
Care for all our animal companions
The Dynamite difference
An Introduction to Doc Golob’s Moving in Miracles for the Health of It

January 15th – Practical Applications of Animal Communication

Topics Include:

Hearing your own companions
Common ways the animals can be misunderstood
Saving lives by learning to listen and understand the nuances
Improving relationships, and responsibilities
Seeing into the mirror – How animals become our stewards and saviors

January 22nd – Essential Oils and New Beginnings
with Special Guest, Founder of Healing Touch for Animals,
Carol Komitor

Topics Include:

Using Oils to support your companion’s health and wellbeing
Building stronger bonds
Focusing on self-care – relieve stress & rejuvenate
Setting intentions
Becoming a manifesting magnet

January 29th, Natural Horsemanship: Transformational Horsemanship.

Topics Include:

Why horses act a certain way
What your horse is trying to tell you
The silent and secret language
Where and how do we begin our partnership
The next generation of horsemanship
Introducing our 2019 Online Program!

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It’s a JUNGLE out there! Even more so for one skunk hoping to rejoin her natural habitat…

 

International Animal Communicator, Anna Twinney, pays a visit to Kids Saving the Rain forest, in Costa Rica, to speak with Jungle the Skunk. Through their conversation, Anna hopes to help with her rehabilitation and possible release back to the wild. For more information about Anna and animal communication, visit reachouttohorses.com

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Are you wanting to learn Animal Communication from a Master Communicator?  Look no further, Anna’s Animal Communication Mentorship Program is here!

Details for this year’s program are here, soon to be updated to our 2019 Program and all  the new additions to the Ultimate Animal Communication Mentorship Program!

https://reachouttohorses.mykajabi.com/store/mzQQbGP9

Or, if staying home and learning at your own pace is more your style, check out Anna’s Home Study Kit here: https://reachouttohorses.mykajabi.com/store/EB9ntFt5

The Journey of a Lifetime: Part 2!

Episode 26: Anna Twinney with Reach Out To Horses, Part 2

May 22, 2018

Welcome Back to Anna Twinney for part 2! Anna gives us a little window into what she is doing now and why her work is right for anyone who is ready to be open to learning more about themselves and how they interact with the world. Find Anna at www.reachouttohorses.com. We loved spending time with her and we know you will too.

 

Click above or here to be taken to Part 2 of the Podcast!

The Origin of Passion

How did it all start, the worldwide journey of Anna Twinney? What provoked the drive to develop the methods, the students, and to reach out to the horses? We can bring a person’s trajectory into focus so much more clearly when we know the backstory, the trials, the inequities, and understand what exactly they went through to become the person they are today. Anna has provided us with just that, a story, The Origin of Passion.

Follow the link below to all the stages of the journey, the videos, and to get the scoop on what brought Anna to greatness as an ambassador on behalf of the animals who call Earth their home.

The Origin of Passion

 

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The Journey Less Traveled

In Anna’s Words:

If you had asked me to describe the partnership between our horses and humans there are so many words I could bring forth: love, trust, compassion, connection, mutual respect and understanding…communication, collaboration, fun, enjoyment, relationship, leadership.

Today I FELT something that went beyond this description, something difficult to put into words for “B” (we shall call him); a Belgian who described how he lays his life on the line when he teams up to pull the wagon – just like she does driving him.  He has to trust his person in the wilderness they live in and call home. He has to rely on his person to be there for him. He has to be able to listen and work truly as a team for survival and success. Nothing quite compares to the lifestyle they live…naturally.

They are to grow old together. His excellent training stands him in good stead as an upright citizen, but they still need to be patient with one another as they explore their relationship and build it on true trust. As he learns her language, her needs, and expectations, she learns about him. It’s a partnership built on honesty.

The care that was overlooked previously and the suppleness needed to stay athletic are only a small part of the overall picture. Not everyone can take the reins to drive a team – it’s not about technicalities or queues, it’s about the experiences they share to get them to the very point of trusting one another. This cannot be transferred to another, instead they share this journey. It’s the journey less travelled as they experience the natural world becoming true friends and partners.

Moving Straight Ahead

He had begun to “run out” during training and to not do his job, thus causing danger to his young rider who was learning steer wrestling. He cut to the chase during our session together – no small talk, as he valued his time and realized his voice needed to come across clearly. His honesty showed just how he ran left, leaving his rider hanging short of the steer.

He shared about the saddle fit (the one that fitted) and the pressure on his withers with his rider leaning to the right. He had the solution too.  Through detailed description, he showed levels and location of pain throughout his body taken care of by the chiropractor – while asking for ongoing support.

“Ridden hard and put away wet” in his time – expectations for him had been high. This rider was different; he was sensitive. And yet there was fear surrounding the consequences of him running out from others with harsh spurs whose expectations stole his confidence and returned him to innocence. His mental and emotional anxiety had grown and it seemed he had internalized his feelings, ultimately manifesting physical side effects. He gave all the reasons as to why he behaved this way, so there would be no more speculation, but instead, clarity. He gave answers to questions and paved the way forward. They offered alternative therapies and guidance…this was to be a new way of training and if up for the task, they would become one as they explored their partnership.

Just a week later Anna received the following from a grateful Mother of a young man who can now begin to really explore his talent for a sport he loves with his willing partner, Splash.

Anna – I thought you might like to hear this – Will practiced with Splash today (with steers) and he used Peace and Calming Oil on the heart space/forehead/and front leg acupressure points to calm the soul, Valor on either side of the spine from the solar plexus back to the Root Chakra, did visualization with him and thought communication, and with the use of his new gel pad on the withers,…had PERFECT RUNS!!!!!!! He has not done that in a year!!! He ran perfectly straight and did not veer left even a step! Will praised him and had another chiropractic adjustment done afterward. COULD NOT BE MORE EXCITED!!!! Thank you sooo much!

Margaret, Will, and Splash

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Going the Distance

With an upcoming move from Dubai to South Africa, she reached out to hear from her horse wondering if he would be alright to travel the distance since his physical challenges had moved front and center.

He had experienced laminitis. As a stallion, his demeanor was gentle and kind; a compact, majestic individual. He articulated his consultation thoroughly and shared how his feet would make a full recovery. With veterinary care and a thorough rehab of cold hosing and barefoot trimming (despite her concerns as a vet tech), he was on the track to full recovery.

Life in Dubai was different from what he was used to in Europe and as an experienced jumper he was comfortable teaching her and keeping her safe as she learned the discipline. Living in a rural setting surrounded by desert was interesting and he noticed details such as the limos with flags on them.

They had fallen for each other with a partnership growing in depth. Their jumping experiences had taken a rain check since his condition and her injury, but they found ways to be together. She would have it no other way than to take him with her to South Africa. He was familiar with the quarantine process, the duration, and described the two flight paths – one direct and one through Europe – which he embraced. He knew he would be taken care of.

At the other end of the trip, the largest change he envisioned was climate change. The facilities would match one another in care, protection, and amenities. With her questions answered and her mind put at ease, she would be able to pave the way for the new chapter in their lives and prepare for his arrival with what was to become his home for at least the next few years.