Adaptive Horsemanship: An equine-assisted activity for the purpose of contributing positively to the cognitive, physical, emotional, and social well-being of individuals who are participating. With support from volunteers and instructors, participants work with their horse to learn horsemanship skills like grooming, tacking, and riding, while gaining life skills that last long past their class-time each week.
Recreational Horsemanship: A fun, educational, and challenging series of horsemanship lessons for children and adults who do not need the extra support offered in therapeutic horsemanship. The safe, comfortable, and easy-going atmosphere of the Healing Reins barn allows participants to learn at their own pace without feeling rushed or pressured.
Equine Assisted Learning: An experiential learning approach that promotes the development of life skills for educational, professional, and personal goals through equine-assisted activities.