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Echo is an incredible mare (female horse) – calm, wise and trusted by all. One of her many talents is her quiet, yet large presence that invites everyone in to see the reflection of their best selves.


Freya is a powerful horse who calls you to move through challenges with awareness and loving kindness. She is also our tallest horse and when she chooses to stand with you, her huge heart is all enveloping.


Sonnet is a quarter horse mare whose name means “little song”. Quiet and gentle, people are often unaware of the connections she makes from a distance. With finely tuned sensing abilities, she has a way of subtly acknowledging uneasiness and sitting with it as it transforms into deep stillness.


Pearl is our youngest herd member, born the end of January 2016 (the same night our Cohen passed). Pearl is a very sweet, big hearted and adventurous future maker. Even at her young age, we can already tell she’s got a big purpose and great magic to share.


Cedar is a gelding (male) horse who carries a big attitude of determination while loving to be loved. He is highly social in the herd and at the same time he’s very comfortable being on his own – a wonderful example of embodying autonomy and communion.


Whisper plays a very special role in the herd. She is a wonderful teacher of diversity and the power of owning who you really are with both absolute clarity and a gentleness that draws others in close.


Finn is a young gelding (male horse) with a loving and spritely personality. His small frame and gentle manner call those who interact with him to tap into the bigness of all we truly are.


Orion was a wonderful paradox – our “rock” because of the strength of care and trust he extended, and, our most demanding teacher, requiring those he worked with to be fully present and conscious in their way of being with him. On June 21, 2017, Orion passed from this earth in as powerful a way as he lived. His work with us continues through the horse ancestors.


Cohen came to us in late 2015 as a powerful, wild spirit. He was eager to work with people from the start – he was incredibly giving even as his strength and power could easily intimidate. On January 28, 2016 Cohen passed from this earth. He was here a short time and his spirit lives on in our continued work together.


To learn more about life with the herd, check out our blog or better yet, register for a workshop and come explore their fun personalities and brilliance as teachers in person.