In the Field & Flow With the Wild Nokota Herd

Kathleen, along with Dr. Lance and Jeannette Wright, founders of Flowtrition, began a program for the wild Nokota herd in North Dakota in August, 2018 and again in 2019.

Flowtrition is a gentle touch that allows for the integration of life experiences stored in the body as tension. Finding rapport to encourage growth and evolution of the individual, helps shift a holding pattern of tension due to an emotional or physical trauma, past or present. The perception may be we have moved on; however, the body may be responding as if it is still occurring, as every experience is communicated to us through the nervous system. The healthier the nervous system, the healthier the communication. Giving the nervous system the opportunity to change through this rapport becomes beneficial on a physical, spiritual and emotional level.

Dr. Lance worked with the stallions of the show Cavalia, as well as Frédéric Pignon and Magali Delgado and the crew to bring them into harmony and alignment. Templado, the famous stallion from the show, was transformed through the work of Flow.

We introduced Flow to the Nokota herd for the first time and the horses welcomed this offering as we stood in the grace of their presence, there was a beautiful exchange of heart and wisdom that moves beyond words.

"Lance's gift to the world is a body of work - profound and pure in its transformational healing for animals and humans. Like a modern-day alchemy, Flow begins to demystify our commonly-held assumptions and beliefs about the nature of healing. You will be awed and thrilled when you begin to experience its results!"

- Christina Jurzykowski, Co-founder of Fossil Rim Wildlife Center


Remembering Horses ~ Crossing Borders to Ancient Kinship


Kathleen is collaborating on a program in Wales for young, Kurdish refugees, who are seeking to rebuild their lives after the war in Syria. These young men are from a devoted horse culture and are severely displaced as refugees seeking asylum and suffering from PTSD. Together with dear friend and gifted Equine Facilitated Psychotherapist, Miranda Carey, a 4-phase retreat and pilot will be offered with the horses to restore the well-being, confidence and hope, for these young men.

Photos by Kayla Waskiewicz