Let Your Light Shine (Teens)

Teen Empowerment Weekly Program

The “Let Your Light Shine” program for teens (ages 13 – 17) is a program for youth who would like to gain valuable skills to help with things such as feelings, stress, self-esteem, and relationships.

As we engage with the herd, participants are paired with a horse that suits their energy and needs. Whether reserved and unsure, outgoing and excited or somewhere in between, you will find an equine partner here. Embark on a personal journey of well-being through this empowering and unique approach to personal development.

Let Your Light Shine is an interactive way to learn about important topics in the presence of horses. This program helps participants to see that other youth go through similar struggles and it gives them strategies and tools to cope with everyday stressors. This program is also a great way for youth to develop new friendships with other young people.

Join us and walk your own path… flourish… find your passion and a place to belong.

In a small group setting, we engage in activities such as mindfulness and breathing exercises, learning to connect energetically with the horse, setting boundaries, finding your leadership voice, handling the horse, and equine-assisted activities for fun, stress relief and learning.

After an introduction with the herd, you are paired with a horse who is suited to your energy and needs. In this small group, you will share a one-to-one connection with your horse. Activities are typically done on the ground or walking alongside the horse. There may be some mounted exercises (as appropriate). It is not a riding program.

Program Description

GroupTeens (13 – 17 years)
Cost$240 + gst
Duration4 sessions, 1 hour each
DatesTBC
LocationLegacy Ranch
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For youth who are not currently struggling, these tools may be helpful in the future to limit the negative impact of stress, or to help a friend in need.

Teens and youth must be able to participate in the workshop mentally and physically and be able to function in a group. If you are unsure, please reach out to discuss your teen specifically.

Anyone can find out about the program including youth, parents, guardians, teachers, friends or community members.

If you believe you, or someone you know, would benefit from our youth workshops, please connect with us.