We’re excited to announce our newest partnership with Through the Gate! Our new workshop series pair writing sessions with equine-assisted personal development to deepen our communication skills and empower our voices.
Remove Communication Roadblocks: a women’s wellness workshop
As the first workshop in our series, Remove Communication Roadblocks focuses on helping women to deconstruct roadblocks that keep us from owning our voices across our lives. Partnering with Through The Gate, we use writing exercises and horse interaction to identify barriers, awaken perspectives, and deepen our purpose. Rather than ride horses, we work alongside and engage with them to challenge our own assumptions about communications and uncover new ways of thinking about ourselves.
Each workshop will be a small group, providing an intimate, caring space for women to explore the roadblocks we’re holding within ourselves. From personal to professional development, you’ll gain deeper perspectives around what holds you back and how you can move forward. Walk away with new tools for finding, owning, and unleashing your voice — and join a community of women empowering who they truly are!
We have two workshops coming up, and registration is live:
- October 9: 9:30 am to 12:00 pm
- October 26: 9:30 am to 12:00 pm
Come join us — register today! 🐴 ✍ ✨
Here’s what participants said about their experiences:
“This is such a unique experience that created an opportunity to gain new perspectives in a safe and nurturing environment with kind, smart, open women.”
“The workshop offered a very safe space to develop and grow. It helped cultivate finding one’s own voice and the horses were able to reinforce that learning.”
“It’s an effective communication workshop for women by women.”
We have new workshops with Through the Gate on the horizon designed to help men and women deepen their writing and communication skills for personal and professional development. So, stay tuned!
About Through the Gate
Through the Gate offers equine-assisted personal development, team training, and therapy. They do so through the Eagala Model, a distinctive experiential framework designed to allow people the latitude to discover, learn, and grow from the horse-human relationship.