Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) is an innovative and unique approach that combines the power of horses to promote personal development through experiential learning.
Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) provides a unique approach to experiential learning, offering our clients a safe environment for both emotional and physical engagement with our herd.
EAL focuses on emotional, social and cognitive skills working alongside horses as often a metaphor for life.
In contrast, Equine Therapy is a type of therapy that incorporates psychotherapy models.
Individual and group sessions are tailored to the individual or group needs of clients and the goals they wish to achieve.
Depending on the herd, weather, and the individual, activities may include observing the herd and individual horses, interacting with them at liberty, touching and grooming, leading with obstacles, mindfulness exercises with the horses and much more.
Equine Assisted Learning can:
No sessions will involve horse riding. Most sessions involve horses at liberty, as the horses are given the opportunity to freely choose to participate in sessions.