Equine Assisted Services (EAS):

a term that encompasses various activities and therapies involving horses and humans, such as Equine Assisted Learning, Horsemanship, and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy.

Equine Assisted Learning (EAL)

EAL is an experiential learning approach, conducted by our certified facilitators incorporating horses (unmounted) in three distinct non-therapy services; in education, organizations (e.g. teambuilding), and personal development.

Horsemanship

Our program leverages interactions with horses, both in the saddle and on the ground, to promote equine partnership, personal growth and emotional development. By focusing on non-verbal communication and empathy, participants improve self-awareness and acquire leadership and teamwork skills, all within a supportive environment tailored to every experience levels with horses.

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP)

(available 2025 or sooner)

EAP involves clients interacting with horses to address emotional and psychological issues guided by professionals. It aids in exploring emotions, enhancing communication, building trust, and overcoming challenges, serving as a complementary therapeutic option for various mental health concerns.