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Ravenheart Farm, Humboldt, Saskatchewan: a retreat to rave about!

Ravenheart Farm is a picturesque retreat in the peaceful prairie lands of Saskatchewan. Carol Marriott, the owner, is a woman with huge enthusiasm, energy, compassion and imagination. She has used these gifts to create a magical retreat at Ravenheart. The farm house is tranquil, clean and well supplied with healthy foodstuffs and an excellent collection of books and CD's on personal development and spirituality. Carol is happy to negotiate WOOFing tasks: mine included cooking, house cleaning, feeding and caring for the animals - 5 horses, 2 cats & 2 dogs, as well as gardening, administration and accounting.
Carol is a professional Equine Assisted Learning practitioner and whilst there I attended and WOOFed on a number of workshops. The herd of 5 horses (including Mystic, a minture foal with bags of personality) are well looked after and I gained practical experience and guidance about horse care. In addition, as a result of the workshops (and earlier work with Valerie Bienvenue in Brome), I experienced fascinating (non-cerebral) insights and connections with the other (2- and 4-legged) beings.
Carol also provides facilitation of a number of other healing disciplines, including Reiki, Voice Dialogue and Manifesting. I also took the opportunity to invest in some of these during my 6 month stay, and found her to be an insightful, sensitive and highly professional practitioner.
Ravenheart Farm brings together the traditional corral, herb/veg. garden and farmhouse with a Ducks Unlimited nature reserve area and magical woodland trails. Add to this the prairies' 'Living Skies' and brilliant sunsets and you have a place of extraordinary peace and great energy.
One word of warning for WOOFers - Carols' last 2 WOOFers fell in love at Ravenheart and are now together in Germany with their new baby; likewise I met my fella at Ravenheart and am now exploring immigration to Canada! Love is certainly in the air at Ravenheart Farms!

Kate OReilly

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