Women’s Quest & Horsewomanship

Combine the Best For a Fun-Filled Equestrian Retreat August 20–24

Women’s Quest

(Estes Park, Colo.). What happens when world champion athlete Colleen Cannon of Women’s Quest collaborates with equine behavioral psychologist and equestrian coach Mary Ann Simonds? You get an amazing retreat designed to inspire your inner passion, teach you how to relax and mange stress, renew your energy & spirit, give you personal fitness exercises, educate you about equine culture, discover  “Inner Rider” secrets, deepen your connection to nature & horses, and create lasting friendships with some wonderful kindred spirits.

When you leave this retreat, the first thing you’ll realize is that it will never leave you.

Yee haw! If you have ever dreamed of riding horses in the Rocky Mountains, grab your hat and join us this summer for our Horse Camp Adventure Vacation and Horsewomanship Retreat at Peaceful Valley Ranch outside of Estes Park, Colo. With over 800,000 acres in the Roosevelt National Forest, you will get lots of riding in through awe inspiring landscapes.

Women do it all – care for families, animals and others. How about doing something for yourself?  Imagine. What would it feel like to open your heart and allow all your worries to leave and just enjoy “being’? You’ll learn to become more aware of your breath, your intention, and the calm, steady power of your center through “Inner Rider” exercises and morning yoga. Working on horses to find their stress points, you will also learn where you store stress and how to release it while enjoying beauty all around you.

Share a true Western-style “chalet” /log cabin on the river with a delightful group of like-minded women and the fabulous Women’s Quest staff. Enjoy delicious home-cooked meals prepared on site using local organics whenever possible, daily riding, hiking, breakfast ride on the Continental Divide, Chuck wagon dinner, fun Western dancing, bonfire, learning horse-human communication, enjoying the on-site pool, hot tub and fitness center and many more activities which will renew and refresh your body and mind.

All experience levels and disciplines are welcome.

For more information please go to http://www.womensquest.com/retreats/horses.htm

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