Sat, Sep 23|
Gleann Àlainn (Beautiful Valley)
Beyond Grace 2
Sold out the first one! So we are opening up for another one get it quick! The Equine & Sound Healing Experience (only 6 spots available)
Time & Location
Sep 23, 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Gleann Àlainn (Beautiful Valley), 835 Chittering Rd, Bullsbrook WA 6084, Australia
About the Event
If we sell out please contact us to be placed on the waitlist.
You are invited to this incredibly unique experience where we combine equine assisted learning that helps you on your social and emotional learning journey with the award winning Creative Director of En Coda Tenille Bentley, who will support your journey with a deep whole-of-body sound sensory experience.
Through safe experiences with horses we can learn calming techniques, raise self awareness ,explore our boundaries, examine our thoughts,improve how we relate to self and others,build resilience and face life challenges with new tools that last a lifetime. When we combine that with the deeply healing qualities of sound healing it opens the heart to receive fully, all nestled in the lush valley's of the gateway of Chittering.
Includes a generous morning tea, lunch, afternoon nibbles, nourishing juices and creative time.
Limited to only 6 people! So book now so you don't miss out on such a great experience!
Please note: If we have light showers we will still go ahead with the event so bring jacket. But if it is heavy rain the event will be postponed and your ticket transferred to a new date.
About your facilitators
Trish is the founder of Epona Healing. She studied Applied Biology, and completed her British Horse Society Exams and Irish Certificate in Equestrian Studies at Thomastown Equestrian Centre in Ireland. She has been a registered Reflexology Practitioner for 12 years.
She is qualified in Equine Assisted Learning Practitioner registered with The Equine Psychotherapy Institute who continue to develop the evidence base for this practice.
Tenille Bentley is the founder and creative director of the internationally award-winning En Coda Symphony Orchestra 432 Hz and co-producer of the documentary Does Sound Heal and 14 Time International Award Winning Film En Coda now airing on SBS.
Her musical body of work has been recognised by the International Sound Awards in Prague, International Sound Future Awards in New York, Munich Music Awards and Euro Music Awards and used in therapeutic clinics for patients with trauma, anxiety and PTSD.
Tenille is currently working with a team on the development of a research study looking at the effects of base frequency on the psychological and physiological effects of music. The study is run by Murdoch University and University of Western Australia.
Formal Welcome & House Keeping
General Admission Ticket