Equine Therapy Workshop
Believe Ranch and Rescue in conjunction with Jackie Ashley of
Wild At Heart present “Healing Through Equine Therapy”
Allow horses to help you overcome challenges in your everyday life
Scheduled for: May 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd 2021, 1:30pm – 3:30pm
Register by making a $250 donation to Believe Ranch and Rescue
* All profits go to Believe Ranch and Rescue 501c3 towards saving our beautiful horses!
(Note: This will be all on ground work, no riding skills needed.)
About the Event
This event will be held over a 4 week timeframe. We will meet Saturdays, starting May 1st, from 1:30pm to 3:30pm. It is designed as a small intimate group with an 8 hour fully immersive equine therapy program.
This program provides our dear rescue equines the opportunity to collaborate with Wild At Heart
to provide support and healing for humans.
Attendees will discover how horses have and continue to, support humans
and help them overcome the impact of trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, life threatening illnesses
as well as many other challenges we all face in our lives.
Our horses will help you feel empowered, confident and energized
to fulfill your dreams, while assisting you in recognizing what is
hindering you from moving forward in your life.
Dates & Venue
Four consecutive Saturdays:
May 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd 2021, 1:30pm – 3:30pm
Only 10 spots available $250
Believe Ranch and Rescue, Longmont, Colorado
Please note everyone MUST use social distancing and masks must be worn at all times!
Anyone showing symptoms of cough or fever prior should not attend the event and will be fully refunded.
For more information please contact Rebekah Keat at firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel and Accommodation Info
Accommodation NOT included in cost of event
$250 per person to attend the event
Your Trainer for the Event
Founder of Wild At Heart LLC
Equine Specialist in Mental Health & Learning with PATH International
Practitioner of Equasoma (Integration of Somatic Experiencing and Equine Facilitated psychotherapy)
Somatic/Expressive Arts therapist in practice for 25 years.
Integrating horses into practice for the past 18 years
Senior Adjunct Faculty in the Graduate School of Psychology at Naropa University.
What was your inspiration for working with horses? I’ve been passionate about horses my entire life. I grew up with them and I credit my horse Sprigg &. Pony Jerry for “saving” my emotional health. My mustang Jinlab now is my co-facilitator in this work.
What did you do prior to this work? I’ve been a therapist since the early 90’s and worked with many populations in various settings. I started my Equine Facilitated Therapy practice at a horse rescue and I am so excited to be returning my work to giving horses a new job and purpose.
What is your favorite horse related memory? My long rides when I was a teenager on my dear Sprigg. Telling her all my problems and just watching her ears listen to me. Never any advice, telling me what to do, just listening, moving my body in that gentle rocking motion, seeing the beauty around me. She is my inspiration of how to be a good therapist!
What do you enjoy doing after hours? Relaxing in my mountain home with my partner and 2 kitties. Hiking about the mountains, riding my horse and just hanging out with animals and friends.
Hosted at Believe Ranch and Rescue by the founders Siri & Bek
Founder -Believe Ranch and Rescue 501c3 and Horses In Our Hands 501c4
Former 2x World Champion
Coach to 8 x World Championship Titles & 2 Olympic Medals
Keppler -Key Note Speaker
Tony Robbins -Facilitator / Speaker
What was your inspiration for working with horses? Horses are my passion and saving their beautiful lives has been my mission for many years now. My wife and I finally decided to make our dream of saving horses come true in 2018 when we opened Believe Ranch & Rescue in Longmont, Colorado.
What did you do prior to this? I dedicated my life to becoming a world-champion triathlete. After retiring, I transitioned into coaching, as well as international speaking engagements.
What’s your favorite horse-related memory? Doing a 50-mile endurance trail race with my amazing horse Savannah, just 3 months after rescuing and learning to ride her.
What do you enjoy doing after hours? Spending time with horses in nature and appreciating this amazing gift of life.
Founder -Horses In Our Hands 501c4 and Believe Ranch and Rescue 501c3
2x time World Junior Triathlon Champion
Former World Record and World No.1
3 x National Triathlon Champion
Founder -Team Sirius Tri Club
What inspired you to work with horses? My desire is to leave a legacy of positive impact on both humans and animals. My connection to animals as a young child was undeniable. Their innocence, and willingness to trust and love unconditionally is something all humans should aspire to!
What did you do in your prior life? I kept myself busy achieving things like: 6-time Iron Distance Champion, 6th fastest time in Iron distance history, 5-time sub-9 hour finishes at Iron Distance, earning over 25 Half-Iron Distance wins, and co-founding Team Sirius Tri Club and Believe Ranch & Rescue with my incredible wife, Siri Lindley.
How about a favorite horse-related memory? Saving our first horses from the slaughter pipeline. That day, I knew I might not be able to make an immediate impact on the thousands of horses shipped to slaughter, but I did know that I was making an immediate impact on the life of the one horse that I was able to save. I had a feeling that one day, we would make a real difference in millions of lives!