Equine Assisted Learning
Participants engage in hands-on learning that utilizes the horse as a partner in exploring positive development of communication, self respect, confidence, trust, accountability and conflict resolution. Sessions incorporate a variety of ground work and general horsemanship activities such as grooming, leading and herd observation.
The Equine Assisted Learning programs can be tailored to specific individuals, populations, groups or organizations.
Please note that the EAL program is strictly a ground work (no riding) program
What can you learn from Equine Assisted Learning? Boundaries, Trust, Self-Awareness, Leadership, Teamwork, Enhanced verbal communication, Enhanced non-verbal communication, And much more...