Adrienne Youngblood

After raising her 3 children and seeing 2 foster children to adulthood, Adrienne closed her Southern California advertising agency of 15 years, and she and her husband moved their tribe of 6 Morgan horses and menagerie of beings to a 40 acre ranch in the Sierra Foothills of Northern California. Adrienne has spent the last 6 years cultivating a healthier lifestyle through organic farming, love of the land and the study and practice of Ayurveda and Jyotish. Adrienne grew up on a ranch in Illinois and having had horses all of her life, her passion is in caring for the horses and “extreme trail riding”. “Throughout my life, there has been no greater teacher, guide or healer that has impacted me the way horses do. It seems the message of nearly every poignant lesson that I have learned through joy or sorrow, has been made clear to me through my Gurus, the horses.” She became involved with the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers several years ago, and was honored to host Nepalese Grandmother Aama Bombo at her home. “Aama stayed for several days offering healings to our community. It was a profound, delightful experience.” She is again honored to carry out this request of Grandmother Margaret’s. “There is amazing Spirit at work here and I am grateful to serve the horses and the intention of healing the Earth and all of Her beings. We all have a part in creating the ripples of change. You have to go where you’re called when the voice is strong. This is where I have found myself. I am grateful to serve, and excited to see where we are being led, while holding the intention of going home.






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