To inspire people to rediscover the passion of life is our ultimate goal.
Understanding the acceptance of self.
Horses help show us the way. They teach, give, and bring freedom and by learning how to interact with the horse, in an open & honest way, we acquire the tools to manage our own lives with honesty, staying true to who we are. We loose the facade and become the real person, the one the horse sees and knows.
At Kindred Spirits Equine Therapy Retreats, we choose our workshops based on bringing you closer to this goal. Each encounter should bring a new insight into ourselves, and guide us to live our lives with more ease. Our relationships with others will take on new meanings as well, allowing us to be more in touch with our true feelings.
In a natural, peaceful setting, we combine these workshops with the relaxation practices of yoga, meditation and massage. What we offer is not only a vacation, but a learning experience, a moment of peace to rediscover ones true self.
Our retreats offer re-connection, healing, shifting consciousness and raising personal and universal vibration.Our mission is to bring peace, harmony & balance to the body, mind and soul.
Our mission to horses, to animals, to nature, Mother Earth and all living Beings is to bring love, respect & connection.
Our “Harmony with Horses” clinics were created to guide people to discover a true and deep connection with horses. With horses at liberty, retaining their total Liberty we enter a different world, where instead of telling, we ask, we invite and they keep their freedom to answer. Our horses are relaxed, happy to be with us, connect with us, play with us and join in the games we can create with them.
In our community we work at bringing awareness of how to care for and respect the animals we have and the nature around us.
We teach people how barefoot trimming improves a horses life, his health and lifespan.
How natural holistic healing with plants, essential oils, massages and other techniques can help and cure a horse, not just the symptoms but the cause.
As in other parts of the world EIA (Equine Infectious Anemia) also exist in Costa Rica. Having lost one of our ponies “Bill” to this, we are working at educating the communities on how to protect their horses, what this virus is, what can be done about it. The difference between a “sick” horse and an “apparent carrier”. Our mission here is to create a rescue centre for apparent carriers, horses who are not sick nor will be sick but do carry the virus. These horses in a centre, can continue a healthy happy life together. Our goal to create a centre in Costa Rica as they have done in Florida at http://www.eiahorses.org/
“The mind is everything…
What you think, you become. “