An Introduction To Equine Assisted Learning

What Is Equine Assisted Learning (EAL)?

Lynzie and Charlie EAL is a unique learning experience that uses horses as active participants. It does not involve riding and no prior experience with horses is required.

Why Horses?

Horses make perfect learning partners as their natural responses give immediate and honest feedback about how we are interacting with our surroundings. Horses respond instantly to our energy and body language without judgement or prejudice to provide an accurate reflection of our current behaviour.

EAL Activities

Clients can undertake a variety of enjoyable activities and exercises with our horses, enabling them to learn new skills as they develop a partnership with the horse based on trust and mutual respect. Activities may include:

What Are The Benefits of Equine Assisted Learning

Including horses as part of the learning experience is an especially powerful method to:

With these skills we can be successful at home, work or school and in life generally.

Who Can Benefit From Equine Assisted Learning

EAL can help people from all kinds of backgrounds, including:

However, you do not have to have a problem or special need to come to us. Some people attend for personal development, to build confidence or increase self awareness.

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