Experience for yourself the grounding energy and healing power of the horse that is available through Equine Assisted Learning (EAL).
Have you wondered what is involved when you refer adults, teenagers or children with to an Equine Assisted Learning program? How do you know if it is the right program for your clients?
Although EAL is not therapy, the outcomes for participants include improved self esteem, increased confidence and more. Using the horse as a partner and guide is a key to the EAL process.
If you are curious how this works, Emerge Equine is offering an information session for you to learn more about EAL programs and to experience firsthand the benefit of working with a horse. This does not involve riding and safety is at the forefront for all individuals.
This 90-minute session will include background information on EAL, an overview of the various programs offered and an opportunity to participate in an exercise with a horse.
To find out more about our programs and our team, visit our website at www.emerge-equine.com
|Group||Referral agencies & professionals|
|Cost||$20 – all proceeds will go toward sponsoring a teen|
to attend a personal development workshop
|Date||Wednesday May 19, 2021|
|Time||1:30 pm – 3:00 pm|
|Location||Legacy Ranch – 10 minutes south of Langdon|
|Register||Connect with us|