Equine Assisted Learning

Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) also called equine experiential development (EED) is similar to ropes courses but the horses serve as the ropes. EAL uses a specialized coach and equine specialist to assist participants.  Learning is the focus and there is no therapy involved.  Participants do not need to have any experience with horses.   Experienced horse professionals find EAL to be quite challenging.  Sessions are customized for the needs of the individual or group.  The following are a few areas where EAL can be used:

  • Mental Health Provider Groups
  • Students and Interns
  • Church Groups and Staff
  • Residency Programs
  • Adult and Adolescent Recovery Groups


Corporate Team Building

Equine assisted team buildings are a unique and unconventional way to challenge your team to deeper insights and execution of new skills.  Sessions are based on the positive aspects and strengths of your team.  Each team building is custom designed for the specific needs of your group.  All work is done on the ground and can be used with participants that are expert horse persons or those with no experience. 


Equine Facilitated Teambuilding Can:

  • Increase awareness of verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Improve attention, mindfulness and focus
  • Identify boundaries in self and others
  • Increase cohesiveness of the group or team
  • Incorporate new methods of operation and direction for your team
  • Create innovative problem solving solutions
  • Identifies strengths of team