At the remote and beautiful 1000-acre Great Escape Mustang Sanctuary, participants partner with Spanish and American Mustangs to clarify and create lives of passion, purpose and value. Horsewomen Adventures invite women to access their deepest longings and offer practical skills for bringing these dreams to fruition. Activities include deep listening exercises in the presence of other women, interacting with wild horses in their natural habitats, hands-on natural horsewomanship training with mustangs, and yoga in the natural world. Each workshop builds on the themes of the previous group, but is also appropriate to be done as a stand-alone experience. 

Themes include:

  • Leaving your "shoulds" behind
  • Finding your river
  • Living inside your value system
  • Attracting your tribe
  • Re-entering the world

When:

  • Sunday, August 16
  • Sunday, September 27

Time: 11 am to 4 pm

Where: The Great Escape Sanctuary near Deer Trail, CO

Cost: $200 per retreat or $500 for the series

Facilitators: Kim Zamudio and Suzanne Forrester - bios

Kim is the resident horse and burro trainer at The Great Escape Mustang Sanctuary. She chooses to work with mustangs and burros because their intuition and sensitivity make them the perfect partners in helping humans find their way.

Suzanne is a wilderness and equine therapist, the co-founder of The Horse+Human Project, and a professor in the graduate psychology program at Naropa University.  She partners with mustangs because they demand authenticity and deep listening.

What to bring: 

Boots, layers of comfortable clothes including rain jacket, warm fleece or sweater, jeans & yoga pants, a camp chair, sunglasses, sunhat, sunscreen, water bottle, nourishing snacks and lunch.

Enjoy Adrian 'Buckaroogirl' Brannan's video "100 Pounds", "a song about the lady bronc riders of the old west and their history"