“As a family, we feel incredibly grateful for the opportunity to have spent time at the Path of the Horse.
Dean, Jane and Anne were so welcoming from the moment we arrived and made us all feel so very welcome and at ease.
There’s something really special about Trentham. It’s secluded, the air is clean, it’s really quiet and incredibly peaceful and calming. It’s easy to forget about reality as you become so focussed on the ‘here and now’.
We did lots of work with the herd, bonding, taking cues from the horses and learning to listen, relax, breathe and let go.
We walked with Dean through the bush to a beautiful, tranquil setting where we talked together as a family and really connected with one another about our thoughts and feelings.
There was no epiphany, no magic cure. We still came home to face the enormous challenges of PTSD in our lives daily, but it provided us with the opportunity to relaxed, enjoy being together as a family and appreciating the here and now.
We laughed, we talked, and we connected. We felt valued and accepted for who we are. There was absolutely no judgement, no comparisons and no misconceptions.
To my surprise, our three children were so focussed they didn’t even check their devices once whilst we were there!”