|Julie Lines and Apache
Julie is a professional trainer and facilitator and has been for over 15 years, including working for Alliance and Leicester PLC and Barclays Bank PLC in senior Human Resources Roles. Julie set up her own highly successful international training consultancy business, specialising in personal and leadership development called Julie Lines Associates in 2003. She has worked in partnership with Franklin Covey; a large global training organisation founded by Stephen R. Covey, and has done so for over a decade. She is a highly respected trainer of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People® workshops and many of their other programmes. Julie founded Voice of the Animals in 2007, establishing a one to one consultation practice for inter-species communication, runs regular playshops and a webinar programmes, teaching people to communicate with animals for themselves.
Julie is one of the founders of the International Awakening to Animals Conference which will take place in the UK in March 2012 and annually thereafter. The conference showcases the latest developments in new science and spirituality and focuses on Equality for All Life. She will be facilitating at several international animal communication and personal development retreats from 2012, including Canada and the USA.
Julie’s social media/network following is large and growing (7000+), raising awareness about animal welfare, animal intelligence, inter-species communication, wisdom and personal evolution. She connects using Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and her website membership databases for both sites; Voice of the Animals and The Purpose of Species. She has been a regular writer and panel expert for the international publication Natural Horsemanship Magazine for the last couple of years and has featured in several interviews for Horse magazine and Your Horse magazine. Julie is a radio presenter for the Believe in the Moment on-line radio programme, Natures Wisdom and interviews a wide array of experts sharing learning about animal wisdom and communication.
Julie is also a professional charity fund raiser and has completed three challenges so far, the Arctic Three Peaks, The Machu Picchu Challenge and The Namib Desert Challenge raising in excess of £10,000 for human and animal charities. Julie lives in Derbyshire with her partner and twin flame, David, her beloved felines and equine, Apache. She enjoys all things animal, spiritual, writing, reading, painting and drawing, hiking, horse riding, music, watching thought provoking films and spending time with David and his three children at the weekends.
Mary Ann C. Simonds
17101 NE 40th Ave. Vancouver, WA 98686
Ms. Simonds has dedicated her life to educating people about horse culture and stress management for over 30 years of professional practice. She obtained a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from the University of Wyoming in 1976 in Wildlife Biology and a minor degree in Range Management. Her research focused on wild horse ecology and application of whole system thinking to wildlife behavior studies. Later she obtained a graduate degree (MA) in Inter-disciplinary Consciousness Studies focusing on Human-Animal Interactions as well as a specialization in Organizational Development and Leadership.
Applying an integrated academic background with her passion, Ms. Simonds was instrumental in founding the Eco-tourism Society and the field of Eco-Psychology. She facilitated the initial involvement of the BLM in eco-tourism by giving a paper on their behalf at one of the first global eco-tourism, conferences, which led to Cy Jameson, the director at the time making a global range tour.
Ms. Simonds has served on the U.S. National Advisory Board on Wild Horse Management and consults as an “expert witness” on wild and domestic horse behavior. She consults internationally on horse behavior in all equine disciplines and is an advocate for equine organizations to “self regulate” and set standards to reduce equine stress in various disciplines. She has served on numerous federal, state and local task forces, written ordinances and legislation, and worked with groups for wild horse management, wildlife habitat and stream protection, wetlands restoration, sustainability, biodiversity, and endangered species management.
Assisting non-profits involved in equines, youth leadership, eco-tourism, education and raising awareness about human connection with nature, Ms. Simonds serves on the Board of several organizations including Just World International, Mustang Camp, ISPMB, and is active with several other assistance organizations.
Ms. Simonds founded the Whole Horse Institute in 1985 to help educate people about horses and currently directs the Whole Horse and Equestrian Science Institute which offers international education on wild eqid ecology, equine behavior, equine-human life coaching and stress management. Ms. Simonds has produced four videos/DVDs, 3 CDs, three books and has written several hundred articles and papers about horses and people with a focus on applied equine behavioral ecology.
She currently is an international consultant building conscious communities of people solving many of today’s human-animal-nature interaction problems. These projects are sustainable as they integrate social values, education, economic incentives and habitat science.
Margrit and Animal Communication ~ As well as being the world's leading animal healer, Margrit is also a renowned animal communicator. This is not something that Margrit has learned to do from someone else - from a child Margrit has had highly developed psychic senses. She is clairaudient (hearing messages from animals), clairsentient (picking up sensations from the animal to sense how they feel) and clairvoyant (seeing images and other information).
"Hello, thank you for looking up my website. First a bit of information about my background. I have over 25 years experience as a healer and interspecies communicator. On the healing side of things I now specialise exclusively with animals. Over the years I have given many thousands of hands on healing treatments to, and communicated with, a huge variety of animals. I also receive regular veterinary referrals for my work.
I am a member of The Healing Trust', and I teach animal healing for The Healing Trust.I am also a healer member of the British Register of Complementary Practitioners.
Together with a homeopathic veterinary surgeon and a veterinary physiotherapist, I am a partner in a clinic offering natural therapies for all animals as well as horses.My healing experience is wide ranging including with horses, dogs, cats, birds, farm animals, zoo and exotic animals etc. I lecture world wide in animal healing, and also run courses world wide for professionals working with animals (including vets, animal behaviourists, chiropractors, osteopaths, physiotherapists, etc).
I live in the beautiful New Forest National Park of southern England and it is wonderful to be surrounded by so much wildlife, some of which visit our garden, and of course the wild ponies."
| Healing and communication is not horse whispering, it is more powerful ~ Margrit Coates
|| Anyone can give their horse healing and communicate with him or her ~ Margrit Coates