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With a Master's Degree in Education, focused on personal development, Anneliese brings over 30 years of skill and knowledge as an experiential team-building coach and organizational specialist. Certified as an adventure-based counselor, she uses games, props, and hands-on tools to create an environment where people learn to trust, honesty, communication, authenticity, and FUN! This creative technique is sure to leave you with a better understanding of yourself and those around you.
Tami is Blakely Ranch Intuitive Equine Experience founder and your retreat and intensive host! Tami operated Az Horse Hippie out of Scottsdale where she hosted individual and group EFL sessions with amazing results. As a certified equine life coach she noticed that her clients were in need of a deeper immersion into their healing journey. The noise and congestion of the city can be counter productive to the intuitive experience with the horse. The desire to remove the client from the city combined with the benefit of being out of their familiar environment gave birth to Blakely Ranch Intuitive Equine Experience. To unplug and connect with our authentic self through intuition in the nurturing energy of the Sonoita grasslands is an experience conducive for real change. Tami offers individual weekend intensives, retreats and group sessions at Blakely Ranch throughout the year.
Gail Woodard is the founder and CEO of Dudley Court Press, a hybrid book publisher based in Sonoita, AZ. She’s also a certified Kripalu yoga instructor and loves to travel, learn new things, and share what she learns with others. Originally from the Boston area, Gail lived in southern California for 20+ years before moving to Sonoita, AZ in 2006. Grandchildren (in CA and MA) have recently become a new and wonderful part of Gail’s life. Gail has visited 25 countries and is the author of several books including Pay Attention, Say Thank You: Seven Rules and Practices for Joyful Living.
Wild Oak Farm is a culmination of owner Muriel Gardner’s childhood dreams.
“I wrote a letter to my mom at the age of six saying I hate New York and I want to live in the country where there are lots of horses and dogs,” she said. “I have literally been on that journey ever since, trying to get there.”
Gardner came to Tucson in the mid-’90s to study wildlife biology at U of A And is the current owner of Wild Oak Farms. Muriel will be hosting the famous goat hike and our mindfulness lavender field session and tour.
That journey with The Jar has led me to see the huge mental health crisis in our country. I am launching a foundation later this year to d