Blogs

Goddess of Epona and Cerridwen

Celebrate Beltane together:   Bee Helygen, Priestess of Cerridwen and her student priestesses including our own Livvy Adams, celebrated Beltane on the magical lands of Avalon.  Calling in the Goddess of Cerridwen for the celebration of Beltane, heralding the start of the summer, love and the union of Goddess and God - Bee admitted to falling in love [...]

Be with the Herd

Feel the connection:   Equine Facilitated & Experiential Learning Spend time with the herd. Ground yourself in nature. Listen to birds. Break out of your busy mind and become aware of your body, in all its honesty. Listen. Connect. Stand with the herd. Sit with the herd. Be part of the herd. Feel their connection - to you, [...]

Horses for Heroes

Army veteran connects with Danny: Out of our Paintedhorse team Danny came forward to offer his equine wisdom and warmth to an Army veteran adjusting to life on civvie street and awaiting a further operation on his back.  Danny was fidgety at first and when it was acknowledged that the client had some 'anxiety' he became still.  Danny then spent some [...]

Capture the Moment in Sound

Intuitively played and heartfelt by our horses: https://youtu.be/aQvkzm_Zols?rel=0 Writer and flautist Britta E Potter came to visit us today with one of her favourite Native American flutes.  Britta who writes a popular blog called Capture the Moment in Words didn't need words, as instead she Captured the Horses in Sound. Britta who has been attuned into Reiki I [...]

Essential Oil Therapy

Workshops for horse and dog owners: Next month we have Georgie McBurney from Juniper Natural Therapies visiting to run 2 days of Essential Oil Therapy Workshops (for beginners) here at Paintedhorse, Glastonbury. The workshops will be held on Sat 4th March for Equine Owners and Sun 5th March for Dog Owners. Each workshop costs £80 and [...]

Environment Enrichment

Ulha, Grace and Hope take to a game of ball: You may remember the pony people of Paintedhorse got a little bit flooded out in Winter Waterland.  We put an old gym ball into their corral to give them some environmental enrichment and they seem to have created some entertainment for themselves.

Punctured Stifle

Gunner damages himself on the gate post: Our very handsome Gunner was injured this week on a gate post. After X-ray and scan the vet thankfully said the object had punctured deep but missed injuring the bone but the ligaments will take a little time to heal and some more time before Livvy and Gunner can [...]