The Sahaja Clinic in St. Vincent, Caribbean.

Every year I host a Liberty Training Clinic at our Eco Center in the Caribbean. This year’s Sahaja Clinic will run from the 3rd till the 7th of December. Sometimes I host clinics together with another horse teacher so if you are interested to co-host a clinic with me in 2017, let me know so we can find out how to go about it.

This year’s Sahaja Clinic will be hosted by me and my students Nele and Jonathan. Nele arrived our center in August and she will help me develop our riding program while she will learn to do liberty training. Jonathan is here already as a climate change student and he is in the process of learning how to connect and communicate with Jack and then do quiet rides in the rainforest – just like Jonna did last year.

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Another Kind of Ride with Jonna and Darling

For you who have already signed up to the Sahaja Liberty Training Clinic I would like to say very welcome; for you who are thinking about joining and have more questions – just drop me a line and I will try to answer all your questions.
The clinic takes 5 days. We will do group lessons together in the morning and work on your individual designed programs in the afternoon. There will be plenty of time for reflections, sharing territory, diving and hiking.

 

More about the Clinic here

Here are some of the lessons we will work on during the clinic – hope you enjoy and let me know if you like to join – we have 2 more places.

 

Much Sunshine from the Caribbean.

Stina, Nele, Jonathan, Magic, Moonlight, Elena, Jack and Spirit.

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4 thoughts on “The Sahaja Clinic in St. Vincent, Caribbean.

  1. Thank you Stina for this blog!
    For the first time I’m longing for the winter here in Sweden to come quick, or at least December! So I finally can come to visit you in
    St. Vincent and participate in the Sahaja clinic! ????
    It will be fantastic and so much fun! ????☀️
    Hugs from Helene

  2. I was considering coming to your clinic this year, had gotten as far as figuring out how to get to your place. Unfortunately, some major house expenses have come up. So, I am hoping to attend next year. I love liberty work and giving horses a voice about what they want to do.

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