Where horses help people raise up above life's valleys.
An equine assisted learning program.

About Us

According to Mental Health America in 2023 Tennessee ranked 41st for mental health care for youth. This means that youth have a higher prevalence of mental illness and lower rates of access to care. Even if care was available, some still have a stigma that hinders their ability to take advantage of it.As an equine-assisted learning (EAL) program, we help individuals develop better communication skills by learning to understand the subtle cues and body language of horses, which translates into improved interpersonal relationships. Moreover, it aids in managing stress and anxiety by providing a calming and therapeutic environment that encourages mindfulness and emotional regulation. Furthermore, EAL can be beneficial for individuals struggling with behavioral issues, as working with horses fosters accountability, responsibility, and patience. Horses offer immediate and honest feedback to human behavior, mirroring emotions and responses, which creates opportunities for self-reflection and personal growth. The experiential nature of EAL allows participants to learn by doing, engaging in hands-on activities that promote active learning and skill-building.To learn more about who we are, what EAL is/isn't, our story and our credentials, click here.


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