Natural Lifemanship® Webinars
Learn about Equine Assisted Services (EAS) in general, Natural Lifemanship in particular, and other important topics that pertain to the work you do.
Our webinars are created to give you the most relevant information about EAS, the relational sciences, trauma-informed care, and our organization directly from experts and pioneers in the field.
Personal Transformation and Embodiment with NL Intensive
A webinar with Tim Jobe, Co-founder of Natural Lifemanship and Kate Naylor, LMFT, NL Director of Trainer Development and Community Engagement
Thursday, March 9, 2023
5:00 PM Central
At Natural Lifemanship, we often define embodiment as when your way of being in the world deeply informs what your body DOES.
It’s where theory becomes practice.
When we’re doing this deep personal transformation work, we have to be willing to break things down and demolish that which no longer serves us in order to welcome the creation and growth of something new. We are also tasked with choosing what to keep, refurbish, and repurpose (sometimes this is the harder part!)
On Thursday, March 9th, join our Co-founder Tim Jobe and our Director of Training Development & Community Engagement, Kate Naylor, for a conversational webinar about how this paradigm shift took root for Tim personally, and the journey he went on (and is still on!) to truly embody Natural Lifemanship.
Tim and Kate will answer your questions about how to build a practice (and a life) on embodying the principles of NL and how the NL Intensive helps you do just that.
We look forward to being in conversation with you.
If you have missed any of our highly informative webinars, you can access recordings from some of our most recent webinars here.
For access to all webinar recordings, become an NL member.
Ten Things You Need to Know When Choosing an EAS Certification
Not all certifications are the same!
The field of Equine Assisted Therapy, Psychotherapy, and Learning is growing rapidly. New trainings and certifications are springing up all over – and each is a little different.
When seeking your own training path there are some important considerations to be mindful of so that you get exactly what you need to do this work well – with integrity. The founders of Natural Lifemanship have been offering EAS for over 3 decades, training and education for over 10 years, and in 2015 they launched a certification process…in all these years, Natural Lifemanship has learned A LOT about this field.
Doing quality EAS work is a complex and subtle process that is at its best when science, ethics, and experience all come together. Join us for a 1-hour webinar where NL founders, Bettina Shultz-Jobe and Tim Jobe, will let you in on the most important things to consider when choosing a training and certification process.
There’s more to it than you think!
Join our Email List
Stay updated on the latest in Equine Assisted Services, NL trainings, and upcoming events.