The Therapeutic Horsemanship Centre

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Therapeutic horsemanship benefits a wide range of adults and children looking for a new way to improve confidence and self-awareness, including people with behavioural challenges, mental health problems and learning difficulties.

Therapeutic work with horses has been shown to:

Join us at our Therapeutic Horsemanship Centre, conveniently situated just off the A17 between Boston and Spalding in Lincolnshire.

Private and group sessions are available for adults and children on a long-term or short-term basis.

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:

The horse activities are carried out in a safe, non-judgemental environment in a way that encourages personal development. Working outside with horses also stimulates an appreciation of the countryside, conservation, wildlife and maintaining a sustainable natural environment for the horses and the local community. It is possible for clients to incorporate other interests, such as photography, art, mindfulness or craftwork into their activities. For schools, we can integrate activities with their existing curriculum.

Therapeutic horsemanship does not involve riding and no prior experience with horses is required.

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