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Wild Heart: Women's Workshop

Gain the tools you need to help you move through feelings of fear, jealously, insecurity and low self-worth. With group dialogue, writing, nature, movement and horses, you will gently explore ways to make healthier decisions and be more present with yourself and more comfortable in the world. Gift yourself with a day in the safety, serenity and supportive environment of Wild Hearts Equine Therapy. Allow the herd members to surround you with their loving presence. No horse experience necessary!

* Date & Time: Sat., Oct. 19, 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
* Location: Wild Hearts Equine Therapy Clinic (135 Jim Joe Road, Seneca)
* Cost: $150
* Maximum participants: 12
* Water and snacks provided.
* Please bring your lunch, a chair and wear closed toed shoes.

Register by October 11 by contacting: or call 828-290-3129
Upstate author and Wild Hearts facilitator Di Ucci, along with Wild Hearts founder Jessica Fry, will lead that event. Copies of Di’s new book, “Going to Empty: Through the Tunnel of Jealousy” will be available for purchase and she’ll be happy to autograph them and answer questions! We hope you’ll join us and please forward this on to anyone you know who can benefit from this powerful workshop.

* Di Ucci, MA Ed., RN, has spent over four decades assisting people through challenging and painful life transitions in her roles as Educator, Mediator, Trainer, Facilitator and Nurse. She has recently published a novel Going to Empty about a women’s journey through a destructive emotion that leads her to a place of self-discovery and transformation.

* Jessica Fry, founder of Wild Hearts and Hoppin’ Horse Farm, has spent most of her life in the presence of horses and has developed a deep understanding of the power of equine therapy that few possess. Jessica has dedicated several years to hosting therapeutic riding sessions for special needs children and adults, as well as people with PTSD and victims of abuse. She is committed to helping individuals of all ages experience the personal growth that comes from making powerful connections with horses.

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