UNENCUMBERED COMMUNICATION

Connective Clarity

Unencumbered Communication is a solution focused language that summarises the essence of authentic horse behaviour: clear messages (it is what it is) and respect for the richness of differences (it is what you do with it).

Unencumbered Communication turns you into the captain of the ship that is your life and brings about clarity, visibility & impact in an attuned and solution focused way.

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It is what it is. And what you do with it.

Unencumbered Communication amongst PEOPLE:

Basic programme of five days, workshops, individual coaching and constellation work. The horses direct you in an amazingly truthful way towards the essence of your message and of yourself.

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Unencumbered Communication within ORGANISATIONS:

Consultancy, coaching and training on the effect of dynamic balance at work, inspired by the high-performance structure within natural herds of horses.

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Unencumbered Communication with HORSES:

Courses, workshops and individual guidance in working with horses, based on respect and clear body language.

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Our location

Domain Equoia is an enchanting place that covers about 6 hectares.

You can work with the horses all year round: when the weather is good you work in the outdoor arena of 30 by 70 meters. When it is too wet, too dry, too cold or too hot, you work in the indoor arena of 20 by 40 meters.

In the farm we have a splendid workshop room for groups up to 20 people.

Our horses

10 horses live at domain Equoia

The horses are a colourful mixture of Friesian horses, Irish cobs, Fjord horses, a Haflinger and a giant rig horse, each and every one of them having its own personality. What they have in common is that they all are genuinely ‘horse’, with a wonderful and safe mixture of peace and alertness.

The horses live in circumstances that are as natural as possible: they are kept in groups and are outside 24 hours a day on large paddocks with a shelter. Their main feed is hay and in summer, autumn and winter they have access to the meadows during the day.