FROM: Berkshire HorseWorks, Inc., EAGALA Certified Program
CONTACT: Hayley Sumner, Hayley@BerkshireHorseWorks.com, 310-488-9777
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CALLING ALL SINGLES: POST-VALENTINE’S DAY MIXER
Mingle With Others And Horses As You Figure Out What You Really Want In A Mate –
Wine And Cheese To Follow, Win a Romantic Dinner
Richmond, MA – January 26, 2016 Yet another Valentine’s Day is approaching and you’re still single? Don’t get the Valentine’s Blues, come to the barn for an equine assisted session and let the horses help you navigate the dating process. Horses don’t lie. Join other local singles just to have fun and figure out what it is they really want in a mate and what they have to offer. What attracts you to others? What draws them to you? Do opposites really attract? Independent women, are you honestly looking for someone equally independent or someone of whom youd like to takt care? What bothers you most about potential partners? What are your pet peeves: chewing loudly, annoying laughter, or egocentrism? What traits do you possess that may be on someone else’s list? Berkshire HorseWorks and its herd will provide an environment to figure out what you really want. On Thursday, February 16th at the Berkshire Equestrian Center (40 Perry’s Peak Road, Richmond) from 5:00 – 7:30 PM. Arena time 5:30-7:00 PM and brief wine and cheese before and after.
Whether your experience with horses stops at the viewing of Black Beauty or if you’re a seasoned equine trainer, this evening is for you! Through role paying activities in the presence of horses, you will explore and discover what it is that really draws you to someone – sensually, sexually, physically, and intellectually. Feel free from judgment and develop an organic connection in which there is no right or wrong answer. Horses serve as mirrors of emotions and have the unique ability to ‘call out’ any incongruities between what one is saying and doing. When you say ‘yes’, do you really mean no? What does your body language convey? The horses will tell you. Through the powerful interaction with horses in ground-based activities, participants will be able to not only work through potentially awkward situations but also learn more about oneself and other local singles. To soften the edges, there will be a brief wine and cheese before and immediately following arena time. Come play.
In order to register, please email email@example.com or call Lindsey Hunt 413-842-5157
Berkshire HorseWorks™, a 501(C)3 based out of a 27 acre compound in Richmond, MA is part of the international EAGALA network of 4,500 certified professionals in 50 countries providing Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) and Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) to at-risk youth, veterans, active duty, their families and corporations. Experiential, highly effective, and rooted in evidence-based practices, EAP treats a broad array of mental and behavioral challenges. EAL incorporates Equine Assisted Team building by partnering with school districts, local businesses, and international corporations to enhance personal development and reinforce group dynamics in the workplace. Services are offered by appointment seven days a week during individual sessions, workshops and wellness retreats. Through the power of horses, Berkshire HorseWorks™ provides the tools to cope, challenge, communicate, heal, lead, empathize and thrive in today’s world.
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