This Spring, Anna heads across the big blue ocean for adventures in Horsemanship and Animal Communication in Europe!

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3 Days of Connection and Communication

Friday 26th April: Animals as our Spirit Guides with Life and Love Lessons
*Life lessons through animal communication:
*Life lessons from the wild ones
*Life lessons from the horses (long distance communication)
*Life lessons from your own animals (long distance communication)

Sat 27th April:
What your horses want you to know; Animal Communication & Natural Horsemanship in aid of behavioral changes

*Group Session – What your horse wants you to know; a voice from the horses & Natural Horsemanship
*Group Session – What the Horse wants us to know/Problem solving
*NH demonstration
*Group session – straight from the horses mouth/NH demonstration
*A selection of problems brought to the day for resolution through AC & NH application/in action

Sat 28th April: ROTH Life Path Coaching – Liberty, Language and Life Lessons.

*The secret and silent language of the horse in action for life coaching

For more information and to register contact: Amanda
07815318866
amanda@inharmonywithhorses.co.uk

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What’s in a Holistic Horse Day, you ask?

Experience the Next Generation of Horsemanship & Horse Care!
Through demonstrations, lectures, and hands-on exercises, Anna will introduce you to the very same techniques that Anna has used to build genuine, trust-based partnerships with thousands of horses.

How are these methodologies different? Why do we call them the next generation of horsemanship? Simple:
The ROTH Methodology is not a training program. The foundation of ROTH, as designed by Equine Behaviorist, Anna Twinney, is communication; the true language of all horses. By giving your horse a real voice, understanding them and being with them as individuals, you will uncover, not a horse, but an individual and a partner.

Here’s what you will explore in this full-day event:
Part I – “De-Mystify the Round Pen”: Round pen work isn’t “chasing a horse around a pen!” When used correctly, the round pen can be extremely effective in communicating with, training, and learning about your horse. You will experience a language that goes beyond bodily gestures, and create a lexicon that can be used in and out of the Round Pen.
Create the ultimate foundation with your horse
Learn the importance of herd dynamics & behavior
Develop a 2-way communication system
Understand how horses perceive your actions
Discover what is actually happening in the Round Pen
Determine when the Round Pen is NOT the right tool

Part II – “Muscle Testing”: Explore this easy to learn and use tool to identify what your horse needs to be happy, healthy, and whole.
Explore the body, mind, spirit connection
Get direct feedback from your body – the body does not lie!
Test your horse for any supplement, feed, or possible deficiency
Learn how to address energy blocks
Discover how your thoughts, limitations & beliefs affect your life

Part III – “Animal Communication”: Are you ready to take your communication beyond body language and training cues? Then it is time to discover the world of Inter-species Communication and explore a whole new relationship with your horse.
Experience your ability to connect with another being
Learn the reasons behind behavioral issues & how to solve them
Hear an evidence-and-validation-based perspective
Understand your animal’s perspective on situations
Discover what you are actually telling (or not telling) your horse
…and so much more!
The Holistic Horse Day will change the way you see your horse, your horsemanship, and the world!

Take Your Partnership with Your Horse to a Whole New Level!
You can stay for JUST the Holistic Horse Day, or, you can count it as the first day of your Five Day Equine Experience and finish out the rest of the week educated and informed!

Location: Kassel Niestetal, Gut Ellenbach, Germany
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For more information on Anna’s Events in Germany, or to register, contact: Will Grebe at
wilfried.grebe@kersting-online.de

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Language, Liberty, and Life Lessons

Day 1: Holistic Horse Day: See above for details on the full Holistic Horse Day
Day 2: Intuitive Enhancement: What is intuition and how can we use it in regards to connecting to and working with our horses.
Day 3: Language and Liberty: How can we “talk” with our horses applying what we learned with Intuition AND Body language?
Day 4: Animal Communication: Experience the phenomenon inherent to us all that allows us to really understand our animals.
Day 5: What our horses want us to know: After the last 4 days you might wonder how there could be anything else your horse would want you to know, oh but there IS! Come find out on Day 5!

Location: Kassel Niestetal, Gut Ellenbach, Germany
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For more information on Anna’s Events in Germany, or to register, contact: Will Grebe at
wilfried.grebe@kersting-online.de

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Explore your innate ability to connect and communicate with all of life, telepathically. Join Anna for the two-day introduction or stay on for the FULL 6 days of Animal Communication. The animals are talking. Are YOU listening?

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For more Information on Anna’s Clinics in Denmark, or to Register,

Contact Regina Flittner
reginahf@godmail.dk

Is Animal Communication your Flight of Fancy?

During Anna’s European events, she will delve into the worlds of live and long-distance Animal Communication to show you that communication isn’t only verbal or in person; it can, in fact, be energetic – crossing all boundaries of time and distance. Not only that, she will show YOU how to connect and to begin to get the information to which you wish you had access.  Don’t think you can connect?  Worried you will never be able to hear them?  Anna has taught thousands of people across the globe to learn to tune-in to their natural, inherent connection with all life.

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Animal Communication at RMSAAM in March

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A Beautiful Partnership

Most often, Anna takes her clinics and courses to rescues and sanctuaries in order to help the horses who have yet to find their forever homes achieve a greater opportunity to do so.  One rescue with whom we have worked for many, many years here in Colorado is Zuma’s Rescue Ranch in Littleton.  Zuma’s has been our host for Colt Starting, the Holistic Horse Course, the ROTH Trainer’s Exams and our Trainer’s Demo Day, Reiki for Horses, Animal Communication, and a number of other events from speaking engagements and fund raisers, to one-day clinics.

Zuma’s embodies the mission that drives Anna and ROTH to keep reaching out, to keep healing, and to keep helping.  We would like to thank Jodi, Paul, and all the staff at Zuma’s, inlcuding Liz Cotrell and our own ROTH Trainer in Training, Carmen Brander.  We salute the work you do each day in the lives of so many to rest them, rehabilitate them, and to reignite the love of life and the possibility for connection between all animals and people.  Thanks for all you do.

Yet to come this year at Zuma’s is the Weekend of Animal Communication with RMSAAM, Part III of our Holistic Horse Course, and Reiki Healing for Horses, in addition to our Sunday talks with ROTH Trainers.  For details and to register, please visit our events calendar here: http://www.reachouttohorses.com/events.html

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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Anna in the news… The Horse’s Hoof October Issue 2018!

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Handling Common Herd Dynamics

No matter age, color, breed, size, sex and appearance, place a herd of horses together and you will witness the dynamics unfold before your eyes.   Within moments horses become extremely “vocal” discovering their ranking, displayed clearly by who moves who’s feet.  From subtleties such as a glance, ear motion or energy shift, through to bold moves that include a charge, bite, kick and squeal!

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Horses can be born into leadership positions, groomed by their parents over time to become all they can be, displaying a passive form of leadership, while others fight their way to the top, bringing forth a dominant style of leadership.

One misconception is that alpha mares rule through dominance, and yet all too often they lead by a strong example of simply “being”, observing all and only acting when need be.  It’s the second in command, known as the dominant mare, who ensures much of the discipline is enforced and displays her emotions freely.

Within every herd there are very specific roles to secure a safe and harmonious environment, coupled with individual personalities and life’s imprint, herds bring forth colorful observations.

Remove unrealistic expectations and realize that our human behavior is equally reflected in our horses.  As we find loners and socialites, we find them in the horse world too. Those seeking adventure balance those seeking a simple life and there are natural born leaders together with followers.

Imagine a classroom of juveniles ruling themselves, or adolescents without parental guidance…where would this lead?   The very same place it would take the foals who find themselves orphaned and the yearlings unsupervised frolicking freely; often in a misguided place causing future behavioral challenges or social ineptitude.   Elders carry wisdom for those venturing into uncharted territory.

While we see wild horses gather cordially during daily water hole rituals, put isolated un-socialized stallions together, and you may find yourself faced with extreme violence and potential loss of life.  These are the extreme horse handling situations experienced over the years.

It would be remiss of us not to consider our horses’ environment, as space is a distinctive concern.  Behavior is often accentuated in small enclosures and of utmost importance for health and wellbeing.  Movement is a must.  And while horses are natural-born grazers, the presence of food influences all horse behavior.  Fighting often occurs when there is a lack – remove the lack and a more harmonious feel ensues.  Means is a strong motivator and where space is absent, slow-feeders take precedence.

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Another behavior consideration is the direct reflection of good or poor training techniques:

*          Inappropriate foal over-handling             =   crowding & unsuitable behavior/habits

*          Lack of socializing                                               =   social ineptness

*          Lack of knowledge and lack of boundaries    =  special boundaries and aggressive tendencies

*          Incorrect hand-feeding                                    =   crowding, mugging and biting

*          Stall-bound                                                        =   pent-up energy, vices/habits, physical issues, lack of socializing & often dangerous behavior

*          Stressful environment                                    =   vices/habits/emotional, mental and physical issues

*          Fear-based training                                         =   displacement/depression and aggressive tendencies

If you and your horses are happy and healthy, make no change.  However, if you feel concerned and your horses have incurred physical injuries, it’s time to make change and review your horse-keeping.  Take time to review your habits and patterns to find an all-around better solution.

IF Your Horse(s)

  • Has been moved recently…try accommodating for this time of transition and be the support he needs during this adjustment period.
  • Is not accepted in the herd…evaluate his personality, role, past and current mental, emotional and physical health…try building him up (through physical & complimentary therapies and nutritional support)
  • Are not worriers or performance horses and keep you to a schedule by kicking stall doors or containers…try simply changing the feeding times.
  • Are crowding the gate…try training them to take a step back and create the safe entrance space or organize feeders from the outside of the paddocks for your own safety.
  • Has a sudden behavior change…try exploring all recent changes to determine the cause and have him checked physically.
  • Does not want to be caught…try to discover the true cause of this behavior be it pain related, ill-fitting tack, your relationship, his activities/discipline, simply a lack of motivation and energy or his strong desire to be with his family herd.
  • Is classed as herd bound…try building a stronger partnership together through a trust-based connection while discovering his motivation.

 

A happy horse = happy human = happy trails

Make this year’s recipe all and more you had hoped for.

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About the author: Anna Twinney is a Natural Horsemanship Trainer, certified animal communicator and Reiki Master. She is unique in her field, as she solely works in the horses’ own language.  Anna became the only person ever to be entrusted with the title of Head Instructor at the Monty Roberts International Learning Center in
California. Exploring the “language of Equus” in its rawest form, Anna gentled mustangs in CA for 2 years before becoming the founder of the Reach Out to Horses® program. Her expertise is sought worldwide as she conducts classes and clinics to educate people & horses on gentle communication techniques while showing them how to have a true trust-based relationship. Anna has been featured on TV nationally & internationally and writes for equine magazines. She is not only one of the world’s leading teachers, but her interest in the “Language of Equus” has led her to focus increasingly on the power of animal communication to strengthen and deepen our relationships with all species. For more information visit: http://www.reachouttohorses.com.

We would like to thank Yvonne Welz, Editor of The Horse’s Hoof, for all she does on behalf of the horses and their people.  Truly an advocate of what is Natural and Holistic, Yvonne and her publication are a beacon to innumerable horse people who are looking for a better way!  Yvonne, we salute you!

 

Tribute to a Lifetime Horsewoman

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Judy Sinner, a lifetime horsewoman, started with a pony at age 6 (named Spotty, of course!), graduated to Quarter Horses, drill team and barrel racing, then to Arabian show horses at age 16. She was named Canadian National Junior Exhibitor Champion at the Canadian Arabian National Show in 1965 and 1966 and showed her first Top Ten halter horse at age 17 in 1965.

She began training professionally by age 18, and her Vallicrest Farm has bred, raised and/or trained 2 National Champions, 2 Scottsdale Champions, several Legion of Merit Champions, many Regional, Pacific Slope and Class A winning horses.

Besides showing, she survived many impromptu bareback races thru the apple orchards and asparagus fields of the Yakima Valley with her posse of other horse-loving kids.   She also survived swimming horses in the irrigation canals, teaching them to pull bobsleds while harnessed in bitting rigs (you make do with what you have when you are a kid), standing 4 champion Arab stallions over the years, boarding, instructing, countless foaling seasons, starting young horses, and helping at the race track.

Judy began with Dynamite in 1982 as one of the original Distributors. She was asked to be Corporate Communications Director in 1986, and she served in that capacity for 17 years as the company took its place as a major force in the supplement industry.  Since 2003, she generated her own Synergy newsletter and training information for her downline Distributors and customers, was the primary contributor and Forum moderator for DynamiteOnline.com, a Distributor community and training website, and assisted as needed with the corporate newsletter and conferences.  She and her fellow Gold Executive Director, Dr. Regan Golob, have co-produced educational CD’s including Dynamite Products Review, Feeding Boo Boo’s for Horses and Feeding Boo Boo’s for Humans, and they also co-taught a seminar on equine kinesiology and reflex points plus energy balancing, Things Your Horse Would Love to Tell You, all over the US and into Canada.

When Judy was not “on the road” for Dynamite, she could be found in front of the computer screen, with the phone glued to her left ear, answering endless questions (mostly cheerfully) about Dynamite products and brainstorming with Distributors and customers about their challenges with animals and personal health.

For her, life was an endless epiphany, with new revelations coming daily, and she felt privileged and humbled to be able to share the information that assisted us all to wellness.

The Original Reiki Healing for Horses

There is no place I would rather be than in the corral among the horses and healing energy. It is a place surrounded by mountains, nestled in the heart of the wild west, where horses receive healing and, in turn, heal human hearts. It is an energy so subtle it ignites the flame within, with an art that has worldwide recognition and acceptance. If you have felt the pull of destiny, now is the time to embrace your calling as the lightworker you were born be.

 

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