YOu seem like a really social person, so whatever way you take, I think you find more fulfillment out of being part of a real life social bond. Whether it's part of a barn that does Parelli together (I have friends that do this and they really love working togehter and support each other) Or, having a trainer come to your place and work with you.
Natural horsemanship is built on developing feel and timing, and without someone to show you personally, it is really hard to find it. Watching a video you cannot find the place where the trainer decided to change the angle of their feet, or apply more or less pressure or notice that an ear is on them; all the finer points of round pen work. From personal experience, what seperates the good trainers from the poorer is this highly refined, I mean exquisitely refined, sensitivity to feel and timing. Cannot be learned from books.
Anyway, you would have so much fun SHARING yours and Georges journey with a one on one person (and us too!)