Julie Radicioni, is a graduated ethological coach in EAL (Equine Assisted Learning), a Chief practitioner in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and has studied Advanced Equine Behaviour at Guelph University. She offers ways to establish a good communication with your horse, using respect and confidence, in order to create a partnership with your mount. Ethology is a science and for Julie, it has been a passion for the last 20 years.
In 1999, she participated in various internships and workshops like Parelli, Frederic Pignon, Eponaquest and Carolyn Resnick. She also found inspiration in the methods of Elisabeth de Corbigny, Buck Brannaman, Linda Hohanov and Linda Tellington-Jones. It is the sum of all those experiences that allow her today to live and share her passion… The relation between horses and humans. Julie’s novel approach, inspired by the equine world, will lead you on a journey to transform difficulties, challenges or failures into self-development opportunities. Horses allow us to go out of our comfort zone, discover our vulnerabilities and put our leadership in practice. This understanding based on non-verbal language gives oneself the chance to liberate its interior strength and creative power.
Having explored and exceeded her own limits through her work with horses and meditation practice, Julie is well-connected to her inner self. It is thus with pleasure and authenticity that she shares her knowledge, helping you focus on yourself and reconnect with parts of your personality that are escaping you and therefore facilitating your journey to attain full potential. All that with her great allies… the horses.
Julie feels she is constantly learning—she challenges herself regularly to make her approach evolve. Just like her mentor Frédéric Pignon, she does not hesitate to enrich her teaching methods by drawing inspiration from other authors, styles, techniques and different pedagogies from various horizons and cultures.
HER MISSION: Inspire people to attain their full potential as well as convey to her entourage a curiosity to constantly research about horses. This gives Julie’s approach originality and flexibility, and it allows her to always find new solutions in the company of those who inspire her… THE HORSES.
Here are some issues that can be addressed:
self-knowledge to better realize oneself;
identify and satisfy our needs;
learn to assert ourselves by setting our limits;
improve our communication and listening skills;
manage stress and anxiety;
guidance towards your objectives.
Guidance – Adults, Teenagers and Children. Individual sessions – Accompaniment for self-development facilitated by the horse.