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Healing with Horses

Horses have evolved with and among humans for thousands of years. The shared bond as well as a horse's herd instincts  create a healing medium for emotional awareness. Horses can help us learn more about our hidden emotions - the shadow we hold in relation to ourselves. While tension, anxiety, or fear can be a common enough feeling in our bodies that we just think we are "normal", a horse can amplify its actions around us to help guide us into an avenue of healing. Having an active relationship to horses in your life or no experience with horses at all does not effect the horse's amplification of your shadow emotional state of being. Nessa uses horses with clients when the ability to interact with the body is impeded through pain, too much thinking, or an inability to admit emotions. She uses her skills of reading energetic interactions and shifts to help people come into safe and rewarding interactions with her horses.

Meet Jack

 

Jack is an off the track thoroughbred who specializes in helping people heal anxiety and stress. Jack reacts to fear by becoming agitated and calms down when people admit their hidden fears or stresses to him and start to breathe deeper. He helps people learn tools to come out of fear, stress and anxiety by showing how mindful embodiment and relaxation creates a more approachable person. 

Meet Sir Will

 

Will is a young, gentle soul with a steady presence and deep desire to connect. Sir Will helps people who struggle with abandonment, unprocessed grief, or neglect come to terms with their desire to love and connect as a deep and basic need. His ability to drop into trust is a great teacher to everyone.

Cost - $90 for 55 minutes

Limitations

Limitations on liability for equine activities—Exceptions.

(1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, an equine activity sponsor or an equine professional shall not be liable for an injury to or the death of a participant engaged in an equine activity, and, except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, no participant nor participant's representative may maintain an action against or recover from an equine activity sponsor or an equine professional for an injury to or the death of a participant engaged in an equine activity.

(2)(a) RCW 4.24.530 and 4.24.540 do not apply to the horse racing industry as regulated in chapter 67.16 RCW.

(b) Nothing in subsection (1) of this section shall prevent or limit the liability of an equine activity sponsor or an equine professional:

(i) If the equine activity sponsor or the equine professional:

(A) Provided the equipment or tack and the equipment or tack caused the injury; or

(B) Provided the equine and failed to make reasonable and prudent efforts to determine the ability of the participant to engage safely in the equine activity, determine the ability of the equine to behave safely with the participant, and determine the ability of the participant to safely manage the particular equine;

(ii) If the equine activity sponsor or the equine professional owns, leases, rents, or otherwise is in lawful possession and control of the land or facilities upon which the participant sustained injuries because of a dangerous latent condition which was known to or should have been known to the equine activity sponsor or the equine professional and for which warning signs have not been conspicuously posted;

(iii) If the equine activity sponsor or the equine professional commits an act or omission that constitutes willful or wanton disregard for the safety of the participant and that act or omission caused the injury;

(iv) If the equine activity sponsor or the equine professional intentionally injures the participant;

(v) Under liability provisions as set forth in the products liability laws; or

(vi) Under liability provisions in chapter 16.04, *16.13, or * 16.16 RCW.

1989 c 292 § 2.]

NOTES:

*Reviser's note: Chapters 16.13 and 16.16 RCW were each recodified and/or repealed in their entirety by 1989 c 286. For disposition of chapters16.13 and 16.16 RCW, see Table of Disposition of Former RCW Sections.

Application—1989 c 292 §§ 1 and 2: See note following RCW 4.24.530.

Everything I offer is complementary to traditional medical care, and can be adjunctive and supportive during on-going treatment by medical doctors, acupuncturists, chiropractors, massage therapists and mental health care professionals.

I do not diagnose illness or disease (physical or mental). I do not prescribe medical treatments or pharmaceuticals. I am not a licensed massage therapist, psychotherapist, or medical doctor. Energy healing is not a substitute for medical attention and I will willingly refer you to professionals that can further support you in these areas as would be appropriate.