Private Sessions

Deepen your relationship with your horse as it heals emotional blockages through its love, alongside channeled wisdom and Reiki. Learn about your horse’s emotional needs and how to respond to them through an intuitive reading.

Becoming a great rider includes having an excellent feel for your horse. A Horse Medicine session will help you connect with your horse’s heart, and deepen your feel for them emotionally. Continued sessions will help you remove barriers to receiving unconditional love and in the process be a healing session for you!

Your heart chakra will be activated. Your horse will appreciate feeling heard and connected to you.

Farm visits occur year-round at appropriate facilities.


I could ride [my horse] for 45 min a day, and do that for a couple of weeks, and not know him as well as I do after this half an hour [session with Shelly]… Horse Medicine is a useful tool for getting to know your animals and maximizing your potential.
— Amy Millar, Olympic Show Jumping Rider

The Details

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Horse Medicine

Connect with your horse more deeply through a private session with Shelly

  • Ask questions about your horse and received channeled wisdom as guidance, to better understand their emotional needs.

  • Discover how to connect with your horse’s heart and deepen your feel for them.

  • Learn how to distinguish between the horse’s emotions and your own.

  • Experience Reiki, channeled wisdom and medicine cards.

  • Choose a theme and benefit from custom exercises developed in support of it.

  • Let your horse be your healer

$350 per hour, with a 3 hr minimum per day ($1050). HST included.

The three hour minimum can be completed as a three hour intensive, three 60 min sessions, or six 30 min sessions (shared with others in the barn). Travel fee may apply.


Olympians do it

“Horse Medicine is a useful tool for getting to know your animals and maximizing your potential,” says  Olympian Amy Millar  .

“Horse Medicine is a useful tool for getting to know your animals and maximizing your potential,” says Olympian Amy Millar.


Media

Horse Medicine feature in the Toronto Star (January 2019).