On this page you can download and print our Participant Packets if you are interested in any of the following services.
Regular riding lessons are also offered in Western and Basic English disiplines. For interest in scheduling or attending a Centered riding clinic with level III or IV Centered Riding Clinician, contact Kiki for hosting information.
Our Therapeutic & Adaptive riding programs encompass several areas of EAA
Therapeutic Horsemanship: involving equine activities that are organized and taught by our knowledgeable and skilled instructors to people with disabilities or diverse needs. Specialty disciplines taught include riding, driving, and vaulting
EFL: Includes equine activities incorporating the experience of equine/human interaction in an environment of learning or self-discovery.
EFP: Equine assisted sessions that involve equine/human interaction with a Licensed Health Professional, addressing psychotherapy goals set forth by the mental health professional and the client.
Who Can Benefit: General Indications for Hippotherapy Population
Children and adults with mild to severe neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction
Medical Conditions / Autism Spectrum Disorder / Cerebral Palsy / Developmental Delay
Genetic Syndromes Learning Disabilities / Sensory Integration Disorders
Speech-Language Disorders / Traumatic Brain Injury / Stroke Impairments
Abnormal muscle tone / Impaired balance responses / Impaired coordination
Impaired communication / Impaired sensorimotor function / Postural asymmetry
Poor postural control / Decreased mobility
Limbic system dysfunction related to arousal and attentional skills.
About Centered Riding®
Centered Riding is a new way of expressing the classical principles of riding, using body awareness, centering, and imagery. Centered Riding encompasses all seats and styles of riding. The Centered Riding process allows clearer communication between horse, rider, and instructor.
Centered Riding is based on a knowledge of human and horse anatomy, balance, movement, and on understanding how the mind affects the body and how both affect the horse. Through increasing body awareness, inhibiting old patterns, and replacing them with a more balanced, free, and coordinated use of self, both horse and rider can move more freely and comfortably, and develop their best performance. (Centered Riding.org)
For interest in scheduling or attending a Centered riding clinic with level III or IV Centered Riding Clinician, contact Kiki for hosting information. Scheduling now available for Centered Riding open clinics, private equine facilitated therapy and Western/English lesson plans.