Equine Yoga Internship
Equine Yoga Internship
INTERNING AT KINDRED SPIRITS
* MINIMUM STAY OF 1 WEEK *
Our paid internships are designed for horse lovers only. We ask that you have a keen desire and passion for horses and a willingness to learn.
We offer shared lodging in the Caribbean jungle house & meals with all activities bellow for $500 a week.
Audit in Clinics given throughout the year at no extra cost.
Participate in Clinics at a discount (audit for free, as mentioned above).
Join treks & rides when they’re available.
Practice Natural Horsemanship training methods such as Carolyn Resnick's Clicker training and Linda Tellington Jones’s methods.
Ride our horses, play with them & exercise them while learning our natural horsemanship ways.
Learn how to give massages, recognise acupressure points, use essential oils, aromatherapy and practice other holistic methods used here for healing and making our horses happier.
Learn holistic horse care and the basics of barefoot trimming.
4 Yoga classes a week.
One riding lesson with horses per week.
One Liberty work lesson with horses per week.
One Yoga with Horses class.
FULL ACCESS TO
Make use of our extensive library of DVDs and books on Natural Horsemanship Trainers from around the world.
Enjoy the surrounding nature and all the tours available at basic cost.
Free yoga classes and use of Yoga Shala.
3 hours of work a day. 2 free days to enjoy the area and explore.
Feeding and grooming the horses.
Learning holistic horse care and training for Natural Horsemanship.
Garden work as you learn about organic gardening, permaculture and medicinal plants.
You will also be expected to help with communal meal preparation, putting things away and washing dishes.
Keep your living area tidy and clean.
We strive to keep it as seasonal, organic and vegan as possible. We can also accommodate any food allergies you might have.
Breakfast you make yourself, while I provide a weekly package of seasonal fruit, coffee & tea, eggs, butter, jam and milk. Depending on your diet some things can be substituted, such as oats instead of eggs.
We all (volunteers, interns, guests and me) come together at the main house for lunches and dinners. A lunch will typically consist of two or three types of salad with bread or tortillas, but it all varies with each cook and their inspiration.
Dinners are typically curry, vegetarian stews, vegan loaf, etc.
Named by one of the first volunteers to call it home, Home Tree is the house you'll be sharing with one other volunteer or intern (sometimes two).
2 Private rooms with double beds and mosquito nets.
Shared kitchen equipped with a small oven, stove, fridge, blender, small french-press and basic utensils.