School of mothers and parents

Life begins with mothers and fathers

Life begins with mothers and fathers, and this is how we want to start this School of Life, offering a space for mothers and fathers.


Life also has an order, wise and firm and when this order is altered conflicts emerge, which are opportunities to learn and grow, restoring this order. These movements are the basis of the systemic methodology, from this perspective on relationships, with us, with others and with our environment, where we will create spaces in nature and between horses, to learn to live with more awareness and more capacity to flow with the events that life brings us.


The conflicts resolved by mothers and parents have no longer to be resolved by their children. This emotional work supports the present and ensures the future of their descendents.


Knowing the systemic methodology is to walk in favour of life and understand our relationships in a broader and more inclusive way, without judgments or exclusions.


We propose weekends to get to know and enjoy the systemic methodology.

We do not intend to be a school for mothers but a School of Life.


  • What is systemic methodology?

  • How can it help us?

  • How to look again at the couple's relationships.

  • How to look again at relationships with daughters and children.

  • How to look again at the relationships of mothers and parents with their parents.


When daughters and children seek out their identity from the family.


Adolescence, beyond physical and sexual maturation, includes the transition to social and economic independence, the development of identity and the acquisition of the aptitudes necessary to establish healthy relationships. It is also a stage of risk, from the search for experiences outside the family nucleus.


We offer you a space, in nature and among horses, to listen to your voice.


With different exercises and proposals related to horses, we can learn many of the emotional competencies necessary for life: self-knowledge, trust, respect, space management, limits, emotional regulation, leadership, empathy and other complementary ones.