Joseph Applies His Healing Hands to Help

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Definitely ROTH’s youngest Animal Communicator, Joseph found his place during the Live Mentorship Program with his healing hands drawn to Goldie.  Goldie chose several oils for her session that are featured below.  Click on the link to be taken to learn more and to purchase!

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For more information on joining us for the 2020 Live Animal Communication Mentorship Program, email Lacey@reachouttohorses.com

Health and Healing

young-living-logoI’m blessed to be one of Young Living’s most prosperous, Star Level Distributors.  The main reason that I  represent Young Living Oils is that I believe in them.  If you have experienced any of the myriad benefits of essential oils, no doubt you believe too.  We use essential oils here on the ranch, for both the humans and the animals, and for any number of scenarios from regular use in the diffuser to enhance the work environment to the treatment of acute ailments, like founder, colic, upset stomach, and migraines.

I often share that my time in the shower or tub is akin to my meditation.  I relax, cleanse, connect, and find time for gratitude.  Recently I added to my bath time the Stress Away Relaxing Bath Bomb.  For someone constantly on the road, out working with the horses, and often helping to ease the stress of those around me, I call on the Bath Bomb to set all things right.

NOVEMBER-INSTAGRAMMade with Lavender oil and Stress Away essential oil, Young Living’s new bath bombs are a fun, fizzy way to unwind. They’ve used two of their most popular calming essential oils to create these relaxing bath bombs and filled them with nourishing ingredients and no unwanted additives.

Lavender essential oil—renowned for its soothing and calming aroma—makes the Lavender Calming Bath Bomb perfect for unwinding after a long day, while the Stress Relaxing Bath Bomb is a special treat thanks to the inviting, vanilla-lime scent of Stress Away oil.

These natural bath bombs are made without colorants, synthetic preservatives, parabens, or animal-derived ingredients, making them some of the best bath bombs you can get your hands on! Instead of artificial ingredients and harsh chemicals, they’ve made these vegan bath bombs with a mineral-rich formula and skin-loving ingredients, such as coconut oil and sweet almond oil. That means they’re not only fun and relaxing—they also leave skin soft, smooth, and moisturized.

What’s in Our Diffuser During the Holidays?  

Meet our friend, Palo Santo

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Loosely translated, Palo Santo, means “Holy Wood.” It has been used for hundreds of years by native shamen for spiritual applications. For those who integrate essential oils within meditation, prayer, or other spiritual applications, Palo Santo is an oil to which one should pay close attention.

It can be particularly grounding and calming, and it is an important oil for use within Chakra applications; use of the oil can help clear a space of negativity.  The aroma is uniquely sweet and woody.  Emotionally, Palo Santo is grounding and elicits a sense of peacefulness and calm. It can be helpful for anxiety, emotional trauma, and depression.

We invite you to experience the serenity that we find so helpful during the stressful times of the year by adding Palo Santo to your regular rotation of essential oil all-stars!

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Discover ROTH’s Hay Play Balls for Individualized Slow Feeding!

 

Are your horses in rehabilitation? Do they live on a dry lot or not have access to turnout? Do they seek engagement and playful interaction? Are you looking for a slow feeder that will engage their curiosity and keep them moving? Look no further than our new Hay Play Slow Feeder Balls!


Please send us an email at Lacey@reachouttohorses.com or call the office at 303-642-7341 to get yours today!

Hey!  Be Wise… Hay Wise!

We are grateful for our Hay Wise slow feeder that has been brought in to give our herd a bit of moderation to their feeding regimen during times when the pasture grasses are low.  Hermes certainly approves and the horses are maintaining healthier weights with their new feeder that more closely mimics their natural style of trickle feeding.
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Click below to discover all the benefits of Hay Wise feeders and don’t forget to mention that ROTH referred you! 

Answering the call of the horses: Safia Khider

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My journey from Marrakech to Colorado is teaching me so much about myself but most importantly about who I want to continue being in this world: a person with compassion who will not stop learning how to better be and act with horses.

My luck has brought me to ROTH and to Anna Twinney, an incredibly talented and compassionate horsewoman who gives a voice to the voiceless and travels the world to teach the language of the horse. Her generosity has brought me to her ranch where I have the honor and the incredible chance to work with her horses and to get her training. I am very excited and happy to share this journey in my blog with all of those out there who, just like me, have longed to truly understand and listen to the horses…

Safia’s favorite quote:

“Once you give your horse a voice, be ready and willing to hear what he has to say.”

~ Anna Twinney

It is a good reminder as I have seen a lot of people not liking what they “hear” once they give a voice to the horses.

 

Go here to follow along on Safia’s BLOG: Read Connect to Horses Here!

A Message From Behind the Curtain…

Ahoy, Mateys! 

‘Tis I, Lacey, Captain of the ROTHffice!

Most of my friends who know I work for a Horse Whisperer have visions of me out with the horses, riding all day, crossing the western landscape with a cowgirl hat and boots or maybe even working in an indoor.  That is not at all my story.  While I occasionally feed, clean, and fill water tanks, I’m largely an indoor girl. Much of my time at ROTH is spent at my desk, packing shipments, on the phone with clients or hosts, or taking care of the myriad little tasks that supporting a small business requires.  Still, I do have horses and as much as my lifestyle heavily revolved around being on a horse when I was younger, in my older years, I simply wish to keep their company and to learn as much as I can about their language while maybe enjoying a trail ride here and there.

If I were an equine, I’d be a donkey, because you can’t push me. I have to want to do it and only on my schedule.  However, this year I became acutely aware that my chance to attend the HHC here in CO might be drawing to a close because of Anna wanting to bring the course to people around the world.  So after years of watching others go before me and learning what it was that I too wished to learn, 2019 was indeed my time to jump on it, and so I did.

I did not attend Part I of the HHC, but I figured that this many years of working for Anna and her graciously allowing me to attend and volunteer at some of the local clinics meant that I had enough exposure to the ideas and methods that  I could now jump in and “challenge” Part III of the Holistic Horse Course.  And, indeed, “challenged” was the right word to describe my two weeks at Zuma’s, as I struggled with catching up on all the material, all the notes, and the practicals that I had missed.  But however challenging it was for me, I so enjoyed being with everyone there, all the other students who helped me and who were patient with me, and who taught me what they had learned in the first part of their HHC.  Not to mention Katie, Safia, and Gino, who helped me immensely and included me in learning as I became the buddy to watch what it was they were doing so that I had a better idea when it was time for me to try the same.  And my gratitude extends to Anna, for allowing me to join you all while being entirely aware of all the gaps in my ROTH foundation that are simply the result of gathering bits and pieces here and there over the years.  You took those pieces and turned them into a complete and smooth picture for me, one with direction, clarity, and confidence that was entirely lacking before. 

To everyone who accompanied me on the journey and to the teachers, mentors, and horses who led us, THANK YOU and CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS!

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The above image is of my allocated horse for the duration of the course, Pumpkin, Cari Simmons, who was handling Pumpkin to keep me safe while I did some blanket prep and spook busting, and myself.  I really fell in love with Pumpkin (and Cari for that matter) and I’m so blessed that I got to work with Pumpkin for those two weeks.