Learn Life Lessons and More at the Upcoming Monty Roberts Special Training Workshop

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Solvang California June 1, 2013 -- Come and discover what horses have to teach us about lowering stress and building trust at the Monty Roberts Special Training to be held at Flag Is Up Farms in Solvang, California, from Aug. 5-9, 2013.

“This intensive five-day training is the perfect environment for connecting with peers who know that horses have a lot to teach us,” commented Roberts' daughter and staff member Debbie Roberts-Loucks. “You will learn how Monty Roberts keeps stress out of his life with horses, and how to develop the motivation and resilience to achieve your life’s goals.”

Roberts, the famous New York Times best-selling author of The Man Who Listens to Horses, will share his life story about overcoming barriers, motivating yourself and lowering your stress levels to achieve your goals.

At the workshop, Roberts will work with a range of young and remedial horses. By observing this unique and gifted man, participants will gain first-hand knowledge during demonstrations, lectures and discussions. This class is for the novice rider, the non-rider, as well as the advanced student who wants to observe a master at work.

Roberts will also demonstrate how to communicate with horses in their natural language in various situations during this intensive five-day class.

“The workshop is formatted to provide you with the educational tools you need to address leadership issues, ground manners, teaching to tie, crossing water (and/or obstacles), loading, head-shyness, mounting, bucking, standing for the farrier, kicking and biting,” Roberts-Loucks said.

This exclusive training program helps you better understand problem solving using Roberts' violence-free training methods. Come and spend time with like-minded people absorbing what non-violent communication can be. Enjoy the included lunch and lively discussions with Roberts and students from around the world.

For more information contact Flag Is Up Farms at 805-688-3483 or 805-688-6288, or email Maya@join-up.org.