Debra Redman, an experienced life coach and equine enthusiast, now offers unique breathwork retreats, blending her deep understanding of personal growth with her passion for horses. These retreats are designed for individuals, particularly veterinarians, who seek personal transformation or teams aiming for better collaboration. Focused primarily on Equine Veterinarians, Debra's retreats address the critical issue of work/life balance.
What to Expect
Debra Redman's retreats are more than just a getaway; they offer a journey into self-exploration and personal development. Participants can expect to achieve improved mental clarity, a stronger mind-body connection, enhanced emotional regulation, increased resilience, and potentially, profound spiritual experiences. Through breathwork, clients access new perspectives and personal insights, unlocking therapeutic benefits for self-growth.
Debra's decision to add retreats to her life coaching practice aligns with her comprehensive and holistic approach. Recognizing the synergy between life coaching and breathwork, she aims to offer a more rounded experience that caters to both cognitive and emotional aspects of personal development. This unique blend not only enhances client outcomes but also sets her practice apart in the competitive market of personal development.
Her strategy to grow this new venture involves reaching out to a targeted audience, like acquiring the AAEP list, which includes 3,000 names interested in related services. Debra is also exploring avenues like speaking engagements and writing articles to establish her presence in this new field. Her commitment to offering transformative experiences makes her retreats a promising addition to her already successful life coaching practice.
Breathwork is a proven method for improving mental health and a technique we teach at our retreats. Learn more about this ancient strategy to re-center, even in high-stress environments.
Why Should You Attend the Retreat?
Did you know that veterinarians and equine practitioners are more susceptible to mental health illnesses based on their profession? In a recent study of 11,000 veterinarians, here's what we found...
More Likely to Die by Suicide
Suffer from Depressive
Have Thoughts of Suicide or Suicide Ideation
Veterinarians, including equine practitioners, are 4 times more at risk of dying by suicide than the general population.
Experience depressive episodes due to their workplace environment and professional nature.
Of those interviewed, 17% experienced suicide ideation, and 1% said they had actually attempted suicide.
Pendle Hill Retreat Center
September 30, 2024-October 4, 2024
Debra Redman's retreats offer a unique fusion of breathwork and equine-assisted therapy, specifically designed for Equine Veterinarians and individuals seeking holistic personal growth. These retreats provide a serene environment where participants can engage in transformative practices, fostering mental clarity, emotional balance, and a deeper connection with themselves and nature. Through guided sessions, attendees experience profound insights and a renewed sense of well-being, all under Debra's expert guidance and the serene backdrop of nature's tranquility.