Being in the role of a caregiver for a beloved friend or family member takes an enormous amount of physical stamina, emotional energy and inner balance to stay present within one's self and for the person cared for.
In this workshop we will explore the various elements needed to maintain one's equilibrium in order to continually give in the situation. Through understanding the emotional message chart, horse exercises, boundary work, looking at various roles that are held by the caregiver and the patient, tools will be given to navigate the caregivers path.
Tara has had the experience of caregiving for a dear friend journeying through the experience of leukemia. She is inspired to share the tools she learned to maintain her own balance through a time which was filled with much beauty, difficulty and heart-opening awareness. If we can learn to find our own center while caring for others in need we can reap the benefits and bounty through the role of loving someone in need.
Clothing: Please wear closed toe shoes/boots and outdoor wear
Horse experience: Not required and there are no mounted activities
This is a three day workshop that runs from September 5-7 from 10-5 each day which includes a catered organic, wholesome lunch.
*Lodging is available at the Sanctuary, please inquire for more information
This workshop fulfills the requirement for a introductory workshop in the the Eponaquest apprenticeship program. See www.Eponaquest.com for more information.
Cancellation policy: In the event of a cancellation every effort will be made to fill cancelled space from the waiting list. However, due to the limited capacity tuition is non-refundable if we are unable to do so. A registration form must be submitted in order to confirm space in the workshop. After registration and tuition are received you will receive a confirmation via email. All transportation and meals, other than provided above, are on your own.