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Forge A Stronger Relationship With Your Fur Baby
Learn skills and practices for intuitive communication at this workshop
A workshop with animal communication expert Kate Muller in Noordhoek on Saturday, 14 March, is about building stronger relationships with the animals in your life.
MEET THE ANIMAL WHISPERER: KATE MULLER
Kate qualified in animal communication with the AnimalTalk Africa Academy run by Wynter Worsthorne. Wynter was one of the first people to bring animal communication to South Africa and works internationally. Kate has been a full-time practitioner for the past six years.
HOW ANIMAL COMMUNICATION CAN HELP YOU
Animal communication can help resolve all sorts of issues and create better bonds in pet relationships. It can help pet owners understand and sympathise with behavioural issues and health better than they have before.
You might be able to gain greater insight into how the animal is feeling physically, or what emotional issues they’re dealing with, like anger, depression or grief.
THE WAYS OF THE WORKSHOP
Attendees work with photographs of their animals so that they can tune in on intuitive information received without the distraction of physical gestures or body language visually displayed.
This workshop relates to all animals of any species from dogs, cats and horses to iguanas, rats, bunnies, and parrots. Kate says she’s even had a wildlife researcher at a workshop.
THE VENUE AND REFRESHMENTS
The venue is a light, airy and tranquil studio called Body Intelligence at a smallholding in Noordhoek with a resident dog and tortoise. Various holistic workshops and classes are run here surrounded by trees and mountains. Tea and coffee will be served and guests may bring their own lunch. Upon booking, you will receive the exact address and directions.
ATTENDING THE ANIMAL COMMUNICATION INTRODUCTION WORKSHOP
The workshop is for adults but children from 11 years are welcome. Attending the workshop costs R900 and can be booked by contacting email@example.com or visiting the Kate Muller website. There is secure parking at the venue. Bring along printed pictures of all animals and a notebook.
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