Horses Helping Humans Grow
Equine Assisted Learning programs focus on incorporating horses experientially for educational and personal growth and development.
Equine Assisted Learning provides ground-based activities with the horses which are designed to meet a group or individual’s specific learning skills or educational goals.
Alternative approaches are used to engage and create positive learning experiences for children, youth and adults.
Horses are social animals and have defined roles within their herds. These herd relationships are similar to the relationships in people’s lives.
The horses provide opportunities for metaphorical learning which also creates a natural learning opportunity for clients to examine their own relationships.
Equine Assisted Learning sessions are unique. Even people with no horse experience or who are afraid of horses can take part.
Sessions do not involve any horse riding, activities are all ground based.
Equine Assisted Learning Focuses On:
Developing personal confidence
Learning the value of non-verbal communication
Trust – in self and in others
Establishing personal boundaries
Building relationships with family and others
Understanding the true value of leadership
Creative thinking and problem solving for everyday life
Goal setting, planning and actions to achieve those goals
Finding your inner motivation and experiencing change
Self respect and respect for others to gain the most out of your life
Understanding how to manage anger and become resilient when confronted
Equine Assisted Learning Can Benefit:
Individuals for personal growth and development
Groups in understanding the real value of working together
Youth at risk to understand the impact their behaviour has on others
School students dealing with bullying
Disengaged youth to rekindle their enthusiasm for life
Not for profit, community based organizations, by adding value to their clients
Individuals and groups seeking confidence and leadership skills
Sessions are available by appointment only.