Upcoming Natural Lifemanship®
Workshops and Events

Where knowledge is found and connections are made.

The intention of Natural Lifemanship is to share, teach, and inform. Therefore, we regularly develop workshops, conferences, and webinars to create a space where we can connect with one another and learn from our shared experiences.

Find and register for our latest workshops and events below. There are no prerequisites.

Come as and where you are. You belong.

Conferences for Learning, Growing, and Healing

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Since 2017, we have hosted an annual conference to connect helpers and healers from around the world on topics related to equine assisted services, personal growth and wellness, and mental health.

Despite our inability to connect in person due to the global pandemic, our virtual conferences have produced an even greater sense of community, understanding, and transformation. This year we will not host a conference, allowing us the time and creative energy to lovingly prepare the space for our next in-person conference.

In 2023 we will prepare the gift of place for you–come one, come all!

Registration is OPEN for our 2023 NL Conference!

Sacred Landscapes: Honoring the Places Within Us and Around Us 

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“The conference was a wonderful synthesis of connective experience, individual experience, solid teaching and information sharing, personal reflection, and somatic experiencing. It was so much more than I had expected it would be.”

Megan T.

Building Your Resilience Workshops

This is a series of workshops designed to nurture your caring heart and provide multiple online opportunities for profound self-care through mindfulness, meditation, art, journaling, self-reflection, and more.

Resilience Workshops

Webinars to Share and Inform


Webinars are your opportunity to connect directly with our team and receive the most up-to-date information regarding Natural Lifemanship, the Equine Assisted Services community as a whole, and other important topics that pertain to the work you do.

Our blog

The latest NL News and timeless blogs about connection, transformation, healing, horses and the Natural Lifemanship approach!

Waiting on the Drive
Waiting on the Drive

If you’re not familiar with the term Waiting on the Drive it’s probably because you have never helped gather cattle in a very large, very rough pasture. It is a term I learned in my early teens. In just four words, it encompasses some of the best characteristics of a...

NL Member Spotlight: Sue McKinney
NL Member Spotlight: Sue McKinney

Every month, we take a moment to recognize one of our members who’s made an impact in our beloved community. This month, we are excited to feature Sue McKinney, Founder, President, Program Director, and lead Equine Professional at Barnabas Horse Foundation in Myrtle...

Why Horses?
Why Horses?

By Bettina Shultz-Jobe, Tim Jobe, Laura McFarland, and Kate Naylor The following is an excerpt from the Natural Lifemanship Manual.  Our manual is intended to serve as a resource to support students’ learning as they move through our Fundamentals and...

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