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Equine Facilitated Learning

 

As high sensory intelligent beings and non-predatory herd animals, horses can assist us in becoming more sensitive to our thoughts, emotions, and body sensations.  Horses are experts at reading human body language and emotion and are capable of offering us instant and observable feedback to what is going on so they make excellent teachers. Embodying strength, freedom, spirit, gentleness, compassion, and grace, they fully immerse in the present moment, always ready to explore new opportunities.

Equine Facilitated Learning is an experiential journey where the horse, as co-teacher, assists people in identifying where they are in life and what steps are necessary to move forward, revealing their path with heart. Deepening emotional intelligence, self awareness, and purpose, partnering with Horse inspires compassionate and courageous action resulting in the cultivation of authentic power and influence.

Open the doorway to understanding your self better, finding solutions to problems, and experiencing more integrated awareness. This program is unique because we are also a horse rescue - dovecreekequinerescue.org. Our horses all have their stories, some full of trauma while others just need another good home due to unfortunate circumstances in the lives of their owners. The horses who work in the Led By Horses program are very wise and compassionate souls, willing to assist humans in reaching their potential.

Equine Facilitated Learning and Coaching transforms the human heart and spirit. All sessions are experienced on the ground in our indoor arena or in a nearby enclosure. Each session has a facilitator and horse handler in addition to the horse and client. All sessions contain the opportunity to experience humility, compassion as well as challenge, transforming what seems to be obstacles into opportunities for self growth and discovery.  Step into a new arena of life with horse – and access new insights, dancing your dreams awake!

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