“The Voice of Harmony” in Cheval Pratique’s November 2019 Issue

November 2019 Issue

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Anna has been featured in many international magazines, even some in France, but we are excited to announce her inclusion in Cheval Pratique’s November 2019 Issue.

They cover Anna’s passions, particularly her unique approach to Natural Horsemanship that includes the telepathic and energetic components, her dedication to the Mustangs and the plight of wild horses the world over, and her ability to use Animal Communication to give a voice to the voiceless.

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Love Lessons- Incorporating Energy Work into Your Horse’s Training Sessions

Anna, in cooperation with Equine Wellness Magazine, brings Love Lessons to readers everywhere!  So, find a nice, cozy spot, and sidle up to the table to take in the next level of horsemanship that is possible when we establish an authentic heart connection with our horses.

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Do you want to know more about the Equine Energy Centers?  Get the ultimate guide today from Reach Out to Horses. 

Based on the Chakra energy system and Anna’s International Energy Healing for Horses workshops, this beautiful banner puts all the information you’ll need to remember right at your fingertips, when doing energy or other kinds of healing work with your horses.

At a size of 2′ x 3′ it is the perfect fit for any wall, inside or out. Put it in the barn, classroom, office, tack room, trailer, or anywhere else you need it. And since it is made of tough, flexible, 18oz. vinyl and reinforced with metal grommets, this banner will last for years!

The Banner gives you all the details on the 8 major centers, including:

  • Location
  • Color
  • Intention / Focus
  • Corresponding Healing Essential Oil
  • Corresponding Musical Note
  • Corresponding Frequency
  • Corresponding Gemstone

It also includes a list of the Signs of Imbalances to watch for and the corresponding energy center to focus on for their healing.

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Order your Banner here TODAY!

In Partnership with Horses as Healers

Equine Facilitated Learning or Equine Facilitated Therapy is a vast ocean of nuances and subtleties. What means something to one person might be misinterpreted or completely misunderstood by another. We can’t really assess a horse to see if they would be as a therapy horse and Anna Twinney (founder of Reach Out to Horses and life coach for over 30 years) explains why in this lecture at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo. She also goes into how we can support our therapy and coaching horses to make sure that the exchange is not a one-way transaction of them only supporting us.

To purchase Anna’s DVD set: In Partnership with Horses as our coaches, healers, messengers, and teachers, go here: Take me to the DVD

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For more videos from Total Integration Tv, go to Ti-Tv.tv or, visit Dr. Vickie Wickhorst’s page at ColoradoSageLearningCenter.com for more on Quantum Healing and Health!

Horses Acting Out as a Form of Communication

Venture with Anna into the world of communication and the frequent disconnect between humans and horses. Not many clinicians will put a participant in the horse’s place so the audience has the added benefit of clarity around the concepts in the way that Anna can.

Listen closely and then take a chance to question your methods and practices. Are you doing what you have always done for lack of a better option or simply because it is what you were taught one, two, or even three decades ago? How does what you do come across to the horse? Are you clear, and if you think you are, how does the horse know what you want? Get honest and vulnerable enough to ask yourself these questions and more in order to develop a relationship with your horse that you may have only ever dreamed was possible!

For more videos from Total Integration Tv, go to Ti-Tv.tv or, visit Dr. Vickie Wickhorst’s page at ColoradoSageLearningCenter.com for more on Quantum Healing and Health!

A Voice for the Voiceless, A Balm for Hearts, A Boost for Good Causes, A Time to Expand

Anna Twinney’s lifelong quest to create harmony for humans and horses expands to public speaking

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Elizabeth, Jan 17, 2019 (Issuewire.com)  – It is the off-travel season for veteran equine professional Anna Twinney and yet it’s her peak season behind the scenes as she creates the New Year’s calendar, launches online courses and writes books. Her winters are cherished times with her young son, Joseph, and her husband, Vincent. The rest of the year, Anna is rarely home. Her passion, her business, and her moral directive take her around the globe to help people and horses connect on a deeper level, for multiple purposes. While her travels will never completely cease, the future will see Anna embracing new opportunities to share her message in story form, on the stage. With one book published and another one in the queue, be on the lookout for Anna Twinney on the speaking circuit in the near future.

Anna realizes the power of making a life-changing difference in just touching one life.  “It’s time to expand and reach more people”, Anna explains. “We are limited with the amount of change we can make through workshops. The experiences I’ve had, the lessons I’ve learned from a lifetime of helping people find themselves so they can connect with animals has given me so many powerful stories of hope, love, kindness, wisdom, inspiration, and insight. Times are intense and turbulent. Imagine the impact yet to be made through collaboration. I’m looking forward to working from a stage and helping hundreds if not thousands of people with these talks,” she continued.

Anna started her career with the idea that she’d combine her experience as a police officer with horsemanship in order to help her fellow officers, military veterans, and survivors of traumatic experiences. Her natural talent for teaching, along with her insight into equine behavior blossomed into a perpetual world tour and a revolution in horsemanship. While her heart truly knows no borders, she’s most fulfilled when she’s working to help those who’ve given of themselves to protect and serve others.

Each year, Anna works with dozens of nonprofits to create events to elevate skill and knowledge surrounding horses (as well as other animals). Nearly all of those events are designed to help raise funds to assist the charities in their work. In an effort to expand her reach, Anna put together a DVD titled, “In Partnership with Horses” and offered it at no charge to one thousand facilities around the globe. The DVD is still available. Anna’s schedule, however, is full. She’s booked solid, often 18 to 24 months in advance.

To learn more about Anna’s work in Equine Facilitated Learning visit: https://annatwinneyevents.com/2018/04/29/the-orgin-of-passion/

To order “In Partnership with Horses” visit: http://www.reachouttohorses.com/dvd.html

To discuss a speaking engagement please email vin@reachouttohorses.com

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Tags : horses , horsemanship , equine , keynote , Equine Facilitated Learning , Public Speaking , Horse Whisperer , Business woman

My ROTH Trainer’s Path–“When the Student Is Ready, the Teacher Appears”

I can’t say that I remember signing up for Anna’s newsletters… but I was receiving them.  I remember opening one and feeling like the timing was perfect. The content spoke to me and offered something I could participate in from home, a webinar series on Holistic Horsemanship. This felt serendipitous, having recently become more involved with horses again. My mom and I loved the webinars, but I soon realized that I wanted and needed more in person — hands on experience with these methodologies. So, I went to Colorado to take the 2.5-day intro clinic and I loved it.

I grew up riding horses back east. My grandmother enrolled me in riding lessons every summer as a young girl. Gymkana, jumping, vaulting, trail rides and more. I loved the horses and my teacher.

Upon graduating from college with a BA in Documentary Studies and Photography, I moved to upstate New York and cared for my grandmother for 7 years.  After she passed, I moved back to Placitas, New Mexico. There I was immersed in and introduced to a whole new world of wild horses. They were literally in my back yard. I photographed the mustangs, also known here as “wild” or “free-roaming” horses, every time our paths crossed.  It felt powerful and special to connect with them as my dog and I enjoyed our walks on the BLM land behind my home. I learned more about the bizarre and intense issues spawned by these community horses.

Two mares were hit and killed in the Placitas village after seeking water during an intense drought, and this prompted me to become involved. I began documenting the wild ones as well as the horses that had recently been rounded up. No longer “free-roaming,” they were transitioning to a life of domestication — confined, engaging in day-to-day interaction with humans, getting microchipped by the livestock board, trailered, moved, vetted, etc. I used all of my tools to support their transition, particularly an energy healing modality called Crystalline Consciousness Technique™.

The grey stallion that was rounded up with his remaining mares was the first to get gelded. He was still very wild, not touched or haltered. The approach was to squeeze him in a secure area to heavily sedate him — enough to have him gelded, vaccinated, and his hoofs trimmed. Long story short, he was given too many drugs and had a hard time recovering from the sedation.  Everything went wrong, and in the end he had to be shot. This was quite a traumatizing experience, and very heartbreaking. It impacted me hugely, and I vowed that I would do everything in my power to prevent something like that from happening again. It was clear to me that the mustangs would have to be handled, haltered, and gentled to some extent prior to getting gelded in order to ensure that the procedure be safe, with minimal trauma and not life threatening.

Anna and ROTH were exactly what I needed. The Universe lined it all up. I have embraced the ROTH program and the education, experience and support its offered me as I learn and grow in my journey adopting, raising, and gentling Placitas Mustangs.

Anna likes to say I did her course backwards. I started with the Untouched Horse Clinic before the Foundation Course because that was my primary focus. I’m grateful that I did, but I also realized that I was lacking skills and training that the foundation course covered. I attended the 3-day Liberty clinic which blew my mind as it introduced me to a whole new world with horses. I continued with ROTH, taking the Foundation courses (1 and 3) and graduating in Fall, 2015.

I was granted the opportunity to take the Untouched Horse clinic one more time after doing part of the foundation and filling in the holes in my training. I enrolled in the Foal Gentling Clinic, and against my better judgement adopted my allocated foal because all the signs I received indicated that it was meant to be. I completed the Colt Starting Clinic, rumored to be the hardest. Indeed, it surprised me with a few firsts. I was kicked on day 1, and by the end of the week rode my first “baby”, a horse named Hopi. I then signed the contract and committed to the trainer’s program. Last month, I completed the NEW Simple Solutions Clinic and it exceeded my expectations. I loved everything about it. As I write this I am working on compiling my 20 case studies, done over the past few years, to submit for the Trainers Exams next month at Zumas Rescue Ranch in Colorado. My highlight is starting my own mustang Friendly, now five years old, under saddle with my ROTH sister Liv from Denmark for our Colt Start case study. What an exciting and fulfilling experience for us all! Friendly was also my first horse gelded (when he was 2) after the passing of the grey stallion. I was nervous, so I took my time and made sure he was haltered and ready and that I had a vet team I could trust.

My mom and I now have two dozen mustangs (after all the babies were born). They are our world, and have been for the past 3 years. We have received funding assistance from Animal Protection New Mexico, and have gelded three of our colts thus far — all free from complications.

Studying with ROTH has empowered me on many levels. Understanding the psychology and nature of the horse, and using it to support them in a trust-based partnership resonates with me on a core level. I trust that I was ready and that the perfect teacher, Anna, was placed in my path to help me and the horses I was adopting and raising. The timing was perfect to support a journey I never would have predicted. I believe completing the trainer’s exams will be a jump start for creating my own business as I move forward using all of my tools — holistic horsemanship, energy healing, essential oils and a deep desire to make a difference in the lives of humans and horses!

Clea Hall

Holistic Horse Course Part 1 as Seen Through the Eyes of Student, Lani Salisbury.

With a stringent week of Holistic Horsemanship Courses under foot, some fun and smiles must be had.  Join our students of HHC 1 as they find time to be goofy and light hearted.  Watch a wonderful video composed by one of our youngest-ever course students, Lani Salisbury.  Great job, Lani, in capturing the lighter side of what we do here at ROTH while encompassing the entire Holistic Horsemanship experience.

Enjoy!