October 15-26, 2012: Horses, Coaching and Somatics (EGE-2) - CA
Monday, October 15, 2012 at 10:00 AM - Friday, October 26, 2012 at 6:00 PM (PDT)
Valley Ford, CA
Approved by the ICF (International Coaching Federation for 62 CCE (Continuing Ed Units).
“Somatics — the the art and science of the inter-relational process between awareness, biological function and environment, all three factors being understood as a synergistic whole; the mind, body, spirit as a unity.”
This program is open to individuals who have taken EGE-1 and want to deepen their knowledge and skill in the horse as healer/teacher profession, animal communication and land based wisdom and for individuals who want to immerse themselves in-depth learning of a somatic and spiritual nature.
Whether you are a coach, therapist, healer or teacher this class offers a multi-faceted approach to deepening your facilitation skills, refining your intuition, and developing your non-verbal listening, and somatic perspective.
The joy of learning, for many of us, is an ongoing opportunity to expand our awareness, consciousness and skill. This program incorporates facilitation (leading change in others), horse wisdom, animal communication, the power of intention, land based knowledge, and being on purpose as primary keys to creating supportive, unique learning environments for ourselves, our clients, students and anyone interested in connecting to their greater purpose in life. This program is open to anyone who is interested in thinking outside the box and who wants to develop their communication and/or facilitation skills.
This program focuses on developing your particular style of facilitation, while gaining further clarity on the EGE process, exercises that you plan to utilize, and goals and plans for incorporating EGE into your professional offer. You do not have to know the type of people or focus of topics before coming into the program. You will become clear about how you want to work and the people you want to work with during the program. Practices will include refining your facilitation skills, developing your own voice, expanding on your existing skills, and learning more advanced facilitation skills necessary to incorporate horses into the learning process. As a participant you will practice leading EGE sessions throughout the program cumulating with a 1-day public program that the EGE certification students will plan, prepare and deliver.
The program also includes further studies in Somatics and how to read and articulate body language which is a fundamental aspect of EGE work. You will gain extensive practice on how to read the horse, the client and how to translate what the horses are reflecting in an effective way. In addition, you will learn the more subtle forms of animal communication and how the land and nature plays a significant role in the learning environment.
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Topics Covered in EGE-2 Include:
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At SkyHorse we focus on helping our customers create transformative change in their individual journeys, communities and world view. We can no longer solve our personal and societal dilemmas with our traditional models of rationalization and strategies.
Our SkyHorse team of coaches, leadership trainers and collaborative partners offer a wide range of skill to accomplish this task.