Talking with the Animals at Midwest Horse Fair
Asia Voight, Professional and International Animal Communicator, will be sharing her knowledge and experience of talking with the animals at the Midwest Horse FairR April 16-18, 2010. This three-day equine expo in Madison, Wis. offers something for everyone. Over 500 exhibitors present unique shopping and educational opportunities for horse lovers and owners. There are hundreds of clinics, seminars, and events that feature top horse professionals from all over the country. Demonstrations and ongoing entertainment appeal to both horse owners and those who just love horses.
Voight has worked with over 32,000 animals during her 11-year career and has been featured on ABC, CBS, and Fox TV. She has been highlighted in numerous newspaper articles, including the front pages of the Wisconsin State Journal and the Fitchburg Star. Voight has also been on the cover of Women Magazine, which was rated the “most popular issue ever.”
Communicating with animals since she was a child, it was a near-death experience from a car accident that propelled her to share her gift of animal communication with the world. Now, Voight wants to share this gift with everyone.
Animal communication, Voight explained, is when a receptive person and animal communicate mentally through images, words, and emotions. It is a telepathic connection that is from the heart and mind — an open channel between the person and animal where information in varied forms can be sent and received. Believing that everyone can communicate on some level with animals, Voight teaches people how to communicate with their beloved animal friends through weekend workshops.
The Midwest Horse FairR has been growing and going strong for over 30 years. Held at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wis., the theme of the 2010 event is “Let the Games Begin.” This is in recognition of the 2010 World Equestrian Games coming to the United States for the first time ever.
The Midwest Horse FairR is owned by the Wisconsin State Horse Council, Inc. All proceeds from the Fair are returned to the WSHC and are used to represent and foster a unified equine industry in Wisconsin, promote the equine through leadership, education, service and communication, and to take a proactive role in the future growth and development of the equine industry.