Edith Rampa

EAL Facilitator, Founder of Serendipity Ranch

Edith ‘Edee’ Rampa is a Registered Nurse and has for many years studied and learned about natural horsemanship as taught by horsemen legends Tom Dorrance, Ray Hunt and Buck Brannaman.

A life long love for horses combined with a desire to help people find healing and wholeness lead her to complete the certificate in Equine Assisted Learning. The intensive course qualifies her to offer the one of a kind BuildingBlock™

Certified Equine-Assisted Learning Program© on her property in Queensland. The successful program will teach your group how four-legged teachers assist participants in learning the power and strength of non-verbal communication and change within themselves.

“I am also a mother of 4 and a grand’mother of 5 Grand children.

I grew up in the Swiss Mountains where my parents had a small hotel/ cafe/bakery and therefore familiar with the gastronomy and tourism area.

Married to a hardware and software developer with a successful business, I am also familiar with family dynamics and business visions and cultures and the lack of it.

I immigrated February 2009 to Australia, I am an expert in starting a new life in another continent with a different culture and language.

I see myself as a trailblazer, and giving up and being defeated was never an option through all the hardship of loosing everything and having most of my family members living literally on the other side of the world

20
Years Horseback Riding and Horse Experience
2017
Certification to be a John Maxwell Coach
2015
Certified EAL Facilitator
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International John Maxwell Certification

Edee is an Independent Certified Coach, Teacher, Trainer and Speaker with The John Maxwell Team.

Equine Facilitated Human Development for Personal Growth, Leadership and Teambuilding

Contact Edee

“There was a time, when I did not know that I have choices, and I realised that my biggest issue in life was to overcome fear.

My involvement with horses started rather late in life when I already had my 4 children.

I was very scared of horses, even the little ones; but then my beautiful journey began and all I’m dreaming of is helping people to discover themselves, and to find new skills.”