Healing women from abuse with the Help of Horses


Selena Gomez changed my life!
She produced a Netflix show, which made me realize that the #Metoo movement needs more power!
Horse power!
Horses saved my life.
Horses can save the lives of millions of other women too.

After 20+ years working in marketing, sales & customer care, I finally fulfill my childhood dream of working full-time alongside horses.


What is Abuse?


When I started my business in February 2019, my main focus was on sexual and physical abuse.

Yet, after studying abuse for several months I made a significant discovery.

Abuse is so much broader than I initially thought.

Abuse goes on all around us & can take many different forms.

Emotional, verbal, sexual or physical happens in families, at work, in friendships, etc.

Emotional abuse can feel as destructive and damaging as physical abuse, and can severely impact your mental health.

Physical violence is often seen as being more serious than emotional abuse, but this simply isn’t true.

The scars of emotional abuse are real and long-lasting.

As well as having a negative impact on your self-esteem and confidence, emotional abuse can leave you feeling depressed, anxious or even suicidal.

How do YOU define abuse?

A way out of the abuse cycle


There is a way out of an abusive relationship. I have been where you might be right now and I made it out of there. And so can you.

I will share with you how I did it, what helped and what did not help and I am here to support you finding a good way out for you too.

Often, once you have managed to leave an abusive relationship the sexual and/or physical abuse may have stopped, yet the verbal and emotional abuse keep continuing. This is especially the case, if you have children with your former abuser.

I am intensively studying abuse and I am busy developing sustainable approaches to prevent the vicious cycle of abuse taking over not only personal, but also professional relationships of women’s lives.

Freedom & Inner Peace


In almost every case abuse does not only come from one single person in your life.

There are patterns inside of us which attract abuse.

How can you define who in your life is behaving abusive towards you & who is not?

Where & how do you draw the line?

What can you do to prevent further abuse from ever happening to you again?