Upcoming Workshops

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A workshop geared toward preteen girls (10-13) based on the common struggles of today's youth and finding their individual strengths to develop more effective communication, self-awareness, self-image, self-management, social-awareness and relationship-management. There are 1 and 2 day workshops available for sign up.


Experiential Education with Horses:

• This is not horseback riding and the focus is not on developing horsemanship skills. Participants interact with horses through structured activities. No prior horse experience is necessary and those with horse experience are equally challenged. 


• Experiential, goal-oriented activities are used to target beliefs, habits, and behavioral responses. These are examined during activity debriefing so participants can gain greater personal insight about themselves and how they interact as a group to accomplish goals. The experience with the horses is reflected back to day-to-day living in environment and relationships to draw parallels and establish metaphors. The basic premise of the experience is that how we interact with the horses is an indication of how we interact with others.


• During the workshop, an environment of non-judgment and acceptance is created. There’s no right or wrong way of doing the activities. This is a powerful experience and the pillar of our program. 


1 Day Workshops

June 20, 2019  -  9 am-4:30 pm

July 9, 2019   -   9 am-4:30 pm

July 18, 2019   -   9 am-4:30 pm

~Snacks and lunch provided~


2 Day Workshops

July 31, August 1, ​2019   9 am-4:30 pm each day

~Snacks and lunches provided~


2 Day Workshops and CAMP OUT!

June 29-30, 2019   -   9 am-4:30 pm

July 13-14, 2019   -   9 am-4:30 pm

~Snacks and lunch provided both days, Dinner provided for day 1 ~


Call to schedule soon, limited spots available.  All paperwork and necessary information is due a minimum of 14 days prior to workshop for design purposes

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