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Horses move four dimensionally - up and down, side to side, back and forth and through space - all simultaneously. These planes of movement are transferred up from the horse's pelvis to the rider's pelvis and core system. Strengthening these core muscles provide stability in balance, improves breathability, ambulation and digestion.
The unique bond formed with the horse has also shown to aid in improved interpersonal relationships for those with psychological or emotional disabilities. As a result, all riders can experience increased self esteem and coping skills.
Raemelton is proud to offer our Military Heroes (active, inactive or retired) and their families this Horsemanship Program at no cost.
Veterans may choose from Therapeutic Riding or Equine Facilitated Learning classes.
Equine Facilitated Learning is an educational approach that incorporates equine facilitated activities using the experience of equine/human interaction in an environment of learning and self discovery. This model encourages human growth and development.
Equine Facilitated Learning allows students to work in a positive environment and achieve positive results.
Trust, teamwork, relationship building and leadership can all be fostered in developing a partnership between an individual and their horse.
for youth at risk of not achieving their full potential
This one-on-one equine-facilitated non-mounted class explores aspects of life skills to enable youth to meet challenges in their lives, while giving them a safe place to explore possible solutions. The activities with horses are designed for self discovery. Success is not always about meeting a standard goal, but allowing the exploration of a process, making adjustments along the way, to examine what may be the best fit for their unique life circumstance. This learning model encourages personal explorations of feelings and behaviors to help promote human growth and development.
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