Introduction to Animal Communication

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Introduction to Animal Communication

Practitioners Involved: Jacqueline Buckingham

Venues Used: The Birch Room

Date / Time: 22nd - 24th November - Times below

Price: £195 - Earlybird £165 (offer ends 22nd October) Some bursaries are available upon request. Includes refreshments, workbook and certificate of attendance

With Jacqueline Buckingham - During this weekend training you will be introduced to the principles and techniques of Interspecies Communication, understand how animals express themselves and how to send and receive messages effectively. You will have several opportunities to practice these skills with animals remotely using photographs, among a group of like-minded people.

As you apply and practice your Animal Communication skills, your ability to receive information about an animal’s emotions and thoughts will expand. You will begin to hear them more deeply and gain greater understanding of their perspective and concerns, enabling you to work with them in mutually supportive ways.

As well as benefitting our relationships with the animals that share our homes and daily lives, animal communication is highly beneficial and supportive for anyone that works with animals - from rescue centre volunteers to wildlife conservationists, animal behaviourists, vets and veterinary nurses, trainers and more.

You will receive a workbook and reading list to support your continued practice, as well as a certificate of attendance.

Schedule: Friday 7pm-9pm; Saturday 9am-5.30pm (plus film screening 7pm-8.30pm); Sunday 9am-4pm.

What to bring: Bring a photograph of an animal that you would like to communicate with; notebook & pen; lunch; a plate to share for Saturday dinner.

Booking and payment link here

Jacqueline Buckingham has been communicating with animals since she was a child, growing up on the family farm in the south of England. Today she is an animal communication teacher and mentor, leading weekend and weeklong workshops in Australia, Europe and the UK. In 2011 she studied with renowned animal communicator Anna Breytenbach, and they began working together in 2013. She is inspired by reconnecting people to their love of nature, and is passionate about helping restore balance and harmony between humans and the rest of the natural world.

This website has more information about Jacqueline and her work: