Gale Falcongreen is a Certified Holistic Counsellor, Vegan, Lover of the Earth and Nature, Graduate Gemmologist, Artist, and Qualified Riding Coach. Specialising in systemic constellation work, somatic horsemanship, breath work, connection, mindfulness, grounding / earthing, non-verbal communication, groundwork from the equine perspective, experiential learning, and Equine Assisted Therapy.
Gale is passionate about all sentient beings, and incorporates animals, nature, art and Equine Assisted Therapy & constellation work in her programs.
Gale continues to develop her expertise as a Holistic Therapist through continual study to further her education and knowledge base of various modalities.
Gale believes strongly in Trauma Informed Care. She believes everything and everyone deserves a second chance and a place to feel at home.
"We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are. "
I am privileged to work with many diverse clients; one of which is Zane. He is an absolute inspiration to me and teaches me as much as I teach him. Here is some footage of Zane developing some wonderful connection with Elk. - Gale
A few words from Zane's Mum:
Zane is a wonderful young man with Autistic Spectrum Disorder who is essentially non speaking. Don't be fooled, this doesn't mean that he cannot understand or communicate. Actually he has a great intellect and a cheeky sense of humour. He also has dyspraxia (a movement disorder) which affects a lot of things we take for granted - the ability to speak, everyday tasks such as eating or chewing, using a knife and fork, holding and using a pen, dressing and undressing. It’s the reason he can’t smile on cue for photos. None of these movements are natural for his body and are hard for him to do. It's not an involuntary act for him and is very fatiguing to try and plan these movements. He can develop new skills, despite being easily distracted – it just takes consistency, patience and time. Over the years Zane has had many therapies to improve things he finds difficult. Anxiety is ever present for most autistic people. I looked at how equine assisted therapy has been used to help people with PTSD and wondered if it could do the same for Zane. I knew he needed to be calm around the horses, or they would not be comfortable around him or do as he asked of them. It's been eye opening for us to see how relaxed he is and how his confidence has grown. One day I hope he is able to go for a gentle ride with Gale. This will take a lot of time, patience and Gale's expertise. Getting there will also improve his posture, core strength and co-ordination. I look forward to seeing what he is able to achieve. His dad and I are very proud of him.