About Wynter WorsthorneInter-species Communicator
Wynter started her journey into the world of interspecies communication in 2001 when she met Amelia Kinkade, author of “Straight from the Horse’s Mouth”. After doing a mentorship with Amelia for two years she started working as a professional Animal Communicator.
Her work took her to the UK, where she lived for 4 years and started teaching people how to understand their own animals on a deeper level.
She moved back to her beloved South Africa in 2006 and together with Anna Breytenbach pioneered the interspecies communication movement in the country.
Wynter has since created her own On-Line Academy which offers different levels of teaching, up to and including a Practitioner’s course. She is committed to making sure her students maintain a level of ethical and compassionate practice, which upholds international standards of the Interspecies Communication profession.
She teaches workshops in South Africa, UK and Europe.
Her book “Where is Biggles?” is a popular, practical guide book which has helped many people be reunited wth their animal friends.
The ability to communicate with the animals is not limited to a special few.
We are all able to listen to and understand all animals on a subtle, energetic level, from the smallest ant to the mighty lion.
All we need is love and respect for all beings and a willingness to open our minds.
Although Wynter still works with domestic animals, her passion is African wildlife which is under so much threat in today’s world.
Wynter is a trustee of Baboon Matters Trust and works closely with the Global White Lion Protection Trust. She started “Star Lion Journeys” as a way to support the project and help bring a deep awareness and understanding of the African Lion and Africa.
Wynter is now based in Cape Town, South Africa and lives with her husband, step-children, dogs, cats and chickens.