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Weather Cools Down, Fall Vacation Plans Heat Up; October Is a Perfect Time for a Weekend Retreat at the Horse Institute®
Date:8/23/2013

Ancramdale, NY (PRWEB) August 23, 2013

One does not need to be a horse whisperer, rider or even have been around horses to attend this life-inspiring and experiential weekend retreat in the beautiful Hudson Valley where you will experience one-on-one the insightful teachings from horses. The faculty of 8 horses will be joined by 4 empowerment and leadership facilitators who have a real passion for coaching and helping people reach their highest potential.

New York’s Hudson Valley has been attracting leaf peepers since the days of George Washington. Food aficionados will take note of the farm stands on the way, and enjoy the extraordinary fare offered at The Horse Institute, including a special dinner at the second oldest inn in America, http://stissinghouse.com as well as healthy, bountiful, organic lunches and snacks.

The two-day retreat is the ideal destination to reconnect with nature, discover the way to inner strength, and get clarity on life. Horses help you reconnect emotionally to your purpose, and force you to realign verbally and physically to your intentions. They reveal how self-sabotage, fear, indecision, confusion or dominating behaviors prevent you from becoming the leader—whether in your personal life, community or career—that you long to be. Horses mirror truth, provide instant feedback and respond immediately to change, all without judgment.

Since 2006, The Horse Institute has been a pioneer in equine-assisted learning for business and academia. Bayer Health Care, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, Natixis, Merck & Co, the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Wharton Executive Education at the University of Pennsylvania, are among the organizations whose staff members have benefitted directly from The Horse Institute’s groundbreaking program.


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