Equine Empowermentis our newest program designed especially for children between the ages of 7 and 18.
Does your child have difficulty in regulating his emotions? Managing her anger? Accepting "no" as an answer? Needing to build his confidence, teamwork and resiliency skills? Then Equine Empowerment is just what you are looking for!
Children are partnered with a horse to complete on-the-ground activities in an out-door arena. No previous horse experience is needed. No riding involved.
March program cancelled due to the weather
Equine Empowerment for boys & girls ages 7-18
Step out of the therapist's office and into the corral. Learn to view and experience life in a new positive way while interacting with horses, your therapist & equine specialists.
Equine Assisted Learning is similar to EAP, The focus is on education and learning specific skills (goals) as defined by the individual or group. These skills might be to improve communication skills between a couple, family members or mentoring group, leadership and team unity for a sports team, or developing resiliency in overcoming an addiction. Or perhaps, you are seeking direction/clarity for your life.
Coaching workshops can range in one hour time to three hours, depending on the size and needs.
The focus is not horsemanship nor is any riding involved. No previous horse experience is needed. The focus of EAL involves setting up ground activities involving horses which will require the participant or group to apply certain skills. Non-verbal communication, creative thinking, teamwork, taking responsibility and attitude are several examples of the tools utilized and developed by Equine Assisted Learning.
All activities are conducted in an out door arena.
An interacting equine-assisted parenting class allowing parents to build a better relationship with their children. Skills include: conflict management and communication.
Step out of the classroom and into the corral with HorsePowered Reading - Math - Ponies & Preschool Not only do children work on academic skills, but they work on the issues that keep them from learning in the classroom.