Most of us have heard a little, or perhaps a lot, about the ever-growing field of Equine Assisted Therapeutic Practice. Few of us, however, have really had the opportunity to experience or receive a thorough understanding of what takes place in an actual session.
Horses live in the present moment, one hundred percent of the time. They are naturally gentle, calming and sensitive, forgiving and non-judgmental. Horses will always tell the truth and provide us with the most honest and authentic feedback and insights about ourselves. This realization, along with being able to enjoy the present moment, can be a real eye-opener - but taking this information back with you into your real world is what's most important.
Sierrah Acres is offering for the first time, full day
EAL Canada, Associate / Information Workshops
An incredible value and unique opportunity for those who want to learn what Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) is all about - firsthand and in a nutshell!
WHY HORSES AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Sunday, April 22, 2018: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday, April 29, 2018: 10:00am - 4:00pm
This workshop is ideal for:
- Professionals who are seeking information for additional or alternative treatment options for emotional, behavioural or mental health issues
- Parents or caregivers considering EAL options for a loved one, or themselves
- Human resource departments seeking information for a unique corporate team outing
- Those who are considering working or volunteering in the field
- Anyone with an interest and a simple curiosity
Your investment: $125.00 all-inclusive.
A 50% deposit is required at the time of booking to reserve your spot in the workshop.
- The morning is spent in the classroom viewing a presentation. You will receive EAL Canada's workbook to follow along.
- The afternoon is spent outdoors involving demonstrations and hands-on experience with the horses.
Coffee, light breakfast items and lunch is provided.
Question and Answer periods.
You will receive a certificate for your participation in the workshop.
*Please note: Minimum age of 16 is required. No experience with horses is necessary.