Understanding your horses will help you determine how often, when and how to incorporate them in sessions.
Learn how to get your 1st participants and share your program with your community!
Don’t worry if you don’t have a covered arena! We operated for 12 years without a covered arena. Learn some o four secrets so you don’t have to cancel sessions due to rain!
When deciding what populations to serve you will want to take inventory of your passions, experience, talents and skill sets.
What to do with horses that are highly trained and may make it too easy for participants.
What to do when you can’t share God’s Word in sessions with participants.
It is inevitable that you will encounter difficult personalities from time to time while providing equine assisted programming. Learn best practices for handling challenging situations and people.
Understanding how many facilitators are needed for an equine assisted session.
Understanding the difference between directive and “indirective” equine assisted programs.
Trying to decide what a great first session would be for a new participant? Well look no further!