Northern California, contact us for additional details at: Office@PolyvagalEquineInstitute.com
- The workshop is conducted over 2 days.
- May 18-19, 2024
- 9:30am – 3:30pm each day
Dr. Rebecca Bailey has over 30 years of experience in the field and continues to be dedicated to the notion that authenticity, common sense, and kindness are the most important elements of effective treatment. She is a lifelong equestrian and animal lover who believes animals, particularly horses, have much to teach humans about curiosity and compassion.
Margie McDonald is a lifelong accomplished equestrian and horse trainer. She is trained in classical dressage and has applied the teachings to an approach that embodies compassion and connection. Her work has included promoting self-awareness and kindness between horses and humans. She has raised the conscious compassion of numerous equine enthusiasts.
Jaycee Dugard is a survivor of extreme trauma. She feels strongly that without animals in her world, she would not be the person she has become. Thankfully, her recovery included a team of four horses who remain in her life to this day. She has made it her life’s work to support the equine-human connection in tribute to her four teachers.
- Topics Covered:
- Learn Polyvagal principles for personal and professional regulation.
- Enhance communication and leadership skills through practical applications.
- Connect with equine partners to explore personal and professional growth.
- Understand the significance of self-care in preventing compassion fatigue.
- Identify personal strengths and areas for growth in a supportive environment.
Bonus Workshop Item:
Lunch is provided each day.
Who is it for?:
All individuals (from horse professionals, to mental health professionals, to those seeking personal enrichment, and everything in between), private groups, and organizations are welcome.
Date: May 18, 2024
Start time: 09:30 a.m. PST
End time: 03:30 p.m. PST