My horses are a big part of my life and play a part in Natural Answer helping Co Create Anima Essences and often participating in my workshops. The horses have been my greatest teachers, especially Wraheem. They are lucky to …Continue reading →
A very warm welcome to my website. My name is Jane Gilbey and my site has been created with love to reflect my true passions which are at the core of my own being and that of my healing business. …Continue reading →
“Listen to the voice of nature, her whisper or her roar, a soft breeze in summer sun, the sound of leaves rustling, water over rocks, a tiny flower, the thunder of hooves. All of nature holds many treasures and can …Continue reading →
One of our little barns I have named the Walnut Barn because of the beautiful Walnut Tree that gives her shade in summer right outside the barn. This barn sits within a small orchard of Pear, Apple and Plum trees …Continue reading →
Equine Touch is a wonderful gift for your horse. It is a soft tissue address that enables the horse to rebalance their bodies which can inspire remedial and therapeutic changes. It is a non diagnostic, non invasive, hands on system of body work addressing the whole horse with an organised series of unique, gentle, vibrational moves over soft tissue and meridian lines.
During a session of Equine Touch it is common to see horses relax very deeply. Some of the benefits of Equine Touch can be to improve circulation and lymphatic drainage, reduce spinal pain, release hypertonic and traumatised muscles, encourage muscle recovery from injury and atrophy and release adhesions within the myofcaial layer. It improves circulation and encourages elimination of bodily waste and toxins.
The Equine Touch came into being in 1997 when Jock Ruddock used the human modality he had developed on horses. In 1999 he was joined by his wife Ivana (a veterinary surgeon, former university lecturer and researcher) in teaching and developing Equine Touch. Sadly Jock passed away, but Ivana continues to take the Equine Touch out into the world.
I prefer to work with horses for a minimum of three sessions ideally so that deeper change can occur. I also usually combine some essences to help further with release of any trauma or tension the horse may be carrying. During the initial assessment which may last up to an hour and a half I take a detailed history and consider any influencing factors that may be affecting the horse so we are looking at the whole horse on many levels.
Due to the need to see your horse in person I can only visit horses fairly close to me usually within a 15 mile radius. I can visit your yard, but I also offer visitor packages for those able and happy to travel to me or during a stay at our holiday let.
I am able to offer a consultation package to support you or your horse or pet, combining my services and tailoring a session to suit. These can be in person here at Brook Farm for yourself or by an online …Continue reading →
The Co Created Essences for Animals For some time I have been feeling the seeds of a creative idea to create a small range of essences here at Brook Farm. I have made several at the farm already, usually under …Continue reading →
Brook Farm is a beautiful 20 acre small holding set in the North Essex Countryside. It is home to Steve and Jane Gilbey and their many four legged family. They moved to the farm in 2007 and spent many years …Continue reading →
Hello and welcome, I am Jane Gilbey and this page is about what makes me, me! I am passionate about nature, horses and other animals. From a young child I have always loved to be out doors and to be …Continue reading →
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