I was Horse Hungry most of my life. I now feed my Horse Hunger through learning how to train Qamar, work with a variety of other horses, and cultivating my relationships with wonderful horse-crazy women, many of whom are holistic equine professionals.
I am an accomplished workshop facilitator and a writer and editor. My life is enriched with a deep understanding of psychology, dream work, spiritual principles and practices, and an abiding love of art, literature and nature, especially animals. I promise you a fun, engaging, deepening and freeing experience in Horse Hungry.
While teaching public school Art and English, I discovered adult learning and training. I was trained as a trainer and embarked on a life-long career training adults in group development, team management, and train-the-trainer. My main clientele were public and state libraries across the country, where I taught librarians of all disciplines how to create lively training programs and to train other librarians, staff and patrons.
In Horse Hungry, I have developed a way to combine my passion for horses and for teaching others to wake up to theirs. I am a classic example of a busy woman who for too long allowed everything else to get in the way of my need for horses. My Horse Hunger is now well-fed, and I am eager to share my experiences with other horse-crazy women like you.