Horses are classified as one of the most empathetic animals. Horses, have the ability to understand and relate to energy. They are constantly in the moment and quite grounded. We know they make us feel better! That magnetic energy causes us to be drawn to them and creates a mutual appreciation for us. Attending a horse workshop is a whole lot of fun, and we are learning by doing! These workshops begin with a one to one consultation making sure that a workshop is the best fit for you, or your loved one. This workshop supports individuals in the discovery of how they learn. We use a developmental approach to learning differences.
This workshop creates understanding directly related to improving grades. It improves study skills and time awareness leading to more efficient management of school work. Students may see a decrease in anxiety, OCD, sensory issues and other issues that may be common with ADD/ADHD and Autism.
We then meet for 6 – 90 minute sessions. You or your child will be immersed in a totally hands on experience, where they will learn techniques improving their awareness of identity of self, ability to focus, time management, confidence, self esteem, order and responsibility. These ideas taught and learned in the workshop then carry over to their everyday life and school.
Students need to be able to sit in a saddle on their own. Sitting in the saddle with equal weight placed on both feet is an important part of the learning process, which brings the body into physical balance. This is a 1 hour trail ride, where we will be applying specific concepts, taught in the hands on learning part of the workshop.
The Learning with Horses Workshop is held June 11-22. We meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:20 am to 12:00 pm. All supplies are provided but a initial consultation must be held before attending. Please contact Tina S Kramer at 1-812-614-7614 or email@example.com to set up a free consultation.
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