The Animal Communicator


Welcome to an exploration of interspecies communication – a journey of discovering ways to restore a deep relationship with all of life.

Human and animal communication creates a valuable bridge between human and non-human animals. By connecting with our intuition, we can engage in meaningful dialogue and remember how to hear the subtle messages from those whose space we share in our lives and our natural environment. Coming from a place of respect and reverence for all life, we can learn to understand our wilder relatives, honour their truths and live in greater harmony.

Anna’s role is communication, guidance and mentoring. She is based in the Western Cape, South Africa and offers workshops in various locations as well as consulting via phone and email for local and international clients. The goals of any consultations, public talks, animal communication workshops or nature retreats are increased awareness, empathy, compassion and mutual understanding.

Watch this brief introductory message:

Anna Breytenbach

Anna is a professional animal communicator who has received advanced training through the Assisi International Animal Institute in California, USA and has been practising for 12 years in South Africa, Europe and the USA with domestic and wild animals. Her conservation experience includes working with cheetahs, lions, wolves, baboons and elephants in educational and rehabilitation programmes. Anna's goal is to raise awareness and advance the relationships among humans and other species, on both the personal and spiritual levels. She’s also the subject of the documentary movie “The Animal Communicator” due for international release in 2013. In her communication and conservation work, Anna lives her personal mission of being a voice for the animals and the wilderness.





23-29 January 2018, or 
5 - 11 August 2018

This 6-day/night excursion is an exclusive opportunity for 18 guests to join Anna and James in the largest private reserve in South Africa: Tswalu. This conservaton area is in the southern Kalahari semi-arid desert. The Tswalu Motse camp is our exclusive base for our workshop group, ensuring a level of privacy and immersion unprecedented in safari travel.  

Led by animal communicator, Anna Breytenbach, and expert guide and naturalist, James Kydd, we explore the lives of wild animals in their natural habitat. During our stay participants learn telepathic animal communication and put this into practice themselves with mentoring from Anna.  

Combining daily game drives, guided meditations, practicing intuitive communication, tracking skills and some bush walks, this is an opportunity to experience animals at a closer and more profound level (without any actual physical contact with wildlife, of course). Previous animal communication training is not necessary.

Price:   ZAR R138 470.00 per person sharing
             ZAR R226 920.00 per single room
             (please convert into your own currency at today's rate if need be)

For ALL APPLICATIONS for this trip, please first read the relevant Itinerary below or download the PDF at the bottom.

23-29 January 2018, or
5 - 11 August 2018

If you are sure you are able to attend, fill out the application form HERE.

To be fair to all who wish to join - given our large mailing list and global time differences - we have a lucky draw process in which a random selection of applicants leads to places being offered on these workshops. Applications close on Wednesday 29 March 2017 and successful applicants drawn at random will be notified on how to secure their place by paying a deposit. 

For any specific questions, contact the organisers via email [email protected]