Living Fully With Intent: 2-day Women’s Workshop
Many women today are seeking ways to live life fully with intent. If you are like most women, you spend your days fulfilling commitments and juggling multiple roles, galloping between everyone else’s needs and your own. Whether you are between jobs, between kids, in transition or seeking life’s next adventure, this workshop is designed to help you blend together instinct, intuition and intellect to discover what’s possible and to live courageously with passion and purpose. Participants will have an opportunity to:
- Be clear on your life passion and purpose
- Identify any beliefs, attitudes or emotions that may be limiting achievement of your main intent
- Use emotions as information for greater self-awareness
- Move forward, connecting to possibility through horse power
- Benefit from a community of like-minded women
This two-day workshop will bring you together with horses in a fun, safe and unique experience. All of the exercises are done on the ground. No horse experience is necessary. You will also have access to beautiful Renegade Ridge Farm. This beautiful 80+ acre property features a historic farm house, the original log cabin, century barns, and an indoor 9100 sq. ft. arena for equine work. The property includes 20 acres of sugar bush with trails, a hidden meadow, natural wet lands, large perennial gardens. The farm boasts a growing herd of healing horses, a few goats, donkeys, cows, dogs, cats and other creatures.
The farm is located in Otonabee Township near Rice Lake just 90 minutes north east of the Greater Toronto Area. Accommodation is available in area resorts and cottages.
Stay tuned for our next Session Dates
Location: Renegade Ridge Farm in Indian River, Ontario
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Tuition: $400– A $200 non-refundable deposit will reserve your space. This gathering is limited to 8 women. Includes snacks, lunches, all horse activities and materials.
To register: Contact Jennifer Garland at 705-295-6618 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellation Policy: Due to limited spaces available for this unique experience, the $200 deposit is non-refundable. Also, a cancellation made 21 days or less from the dates of this workshop is non-refundable. If you have paid in full , for any cancellation made more than 21 days before the retreat, 50% of the investment will be refunded. If you need to cancel for any reason, every effort will be made to apply to any non-refunded amount to a future experience with the horses.
About Your Host and Lead Facilitator:
Jennifer Garland is Owner/Program Director of The Mane Intent of Indian River, ON. She has her certification in Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning and her intent is to bring horses and humans together to explore new possibilities and experiences that get them out of their comfort zone and give clarity of voice to their leader within. She brings to this unique work over 25 years of leadership experience in communications, marketing, and change management for a variety of sectors including health care. The focus of her professional life as President of The Cactus Group is developing strategic relationship building approaches for individuals, executive teams, and the organizations they lead by drawing upon her unique combination of facilitation, organizational change, marketing communications and community investment experience.
Away from the office, Jennifer is an avid gardener, nature lover and mixed media artist believing in the reincarnation of found objects and images. In 2001, her husband, Chris, and Jennifer said goodbye to city living and embraced country life. When their two daughters left the nest, they pursued a shared dream of owning a farm. Shortly after theirr purchase of Renegade Ridge Farm in Indian River, Ontario in 2011, Jennifer purchased her first horse, Sunny (with a Chance of Tornado). Today they have a growing herd of wonderful horses, a few goats, dogs and other creatures. With its large perennial gardens and history, the farm offers the perfect setting for individuals, teams and small groups to explore what’s possible, while connecting with horses and nature.