Q: Do you teach animal communication?
A: Yes, I teach a 4 week beginning animal communication class both online and in the Missoula Montana area.
Q: Why do you only teach a beginning animal communication class?
A: My calling as an animal communication teacher is to act as the bridge for those who are new to the subject, and might even be skeptical about the concept of animal communication. I introduce people to concepts that may not only be new, but alien to them, and help them integrate those new ideas into the everyday of their lives.
Q: How do you teach animal communication and what makes your beginning class different from others?
A: I teach animal communication from what some refer to as the ‘sage’ model of teaching. This model involves working with smaller groups and 1:1 interactions, giving the opportunity to go deeper into areas that will benefit the student. It is a more individualized approach to teaching, thereby allowing more individualized application in real life of what comes up in the sessions. It is often compared to a mentoring or coaching style. The student is always supported via 1:1 conversations and discussions, email support and community support through the group I created on Facebook.
Q: What is your background as a teacher?
A: I AM a teacher 😉 My degree is in music education and I have 3+ decades of teaching both in public schools and privately under my belt. I retired from teaching in 2005 to focus on building my animal communication business. During that time while I wasn’t formally ‘teaching’ I was educating people about animal communication through my writings on the blog, my books and the radio show. It was a natural step to create a curriculum and add classes to the services I offer.
Q: Is your virtual class experiential?
A: Indeed it is. You will be working with at least 6 animals remotely, using their pictures and background information as your ‘calling card’.
Q: Who is the best student to sign up for your class?
A: From what I’ve seen, the ‘best student’ is someone who:
- Is adaptable, curious and has an open mind
- Is thirsting to learn more and experience being in right relationship with our animal kin
- Feels there can be more to the relationship you’re already experiencing with animals
- Loves, honors and respects animals
Q: Can I continue with other techniques as I’m studying with you?
A: Of course. There are no “shoulds” or “musts” in life. Many things are supportive when used in contextual relationship.
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