Stretch, strengthen and center yourself in the beautiful setting of Longview Farm Park and Town Square. New classes in the Longview Barn!
Nourish in Nature - February 19
Winter Self Care - March 22
TO EXPAND COMMUNITY CLASSES
AT LONGVIEW FARM PARK
Starting in Spring 2020, Equine-Assisted Therapy (EAT) will be hosting its popular Equine-Assisted Learning classes at Longview Farm Park in Town and Country.
Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL) classes are hands-on group experiences, in which a relationship with a horse is a path to self-discovery and growth. EAL classes are not typical horseback-riding classes. Instead, participants interact with horses using natural horsemanship ground-skill methods to help them deal with life’s issues. Whether children or adults, we all experience complex issues that can leave us feeling unable to fully participate in and enjoy life. This program can help by giving a new awareness of self and developing personal growth through relationships.
EAT is a member of PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International), Spirit Horse and Equine Connections. Our team of certified instructors & trained volunteers work with the riders and horses to promote the confidence and growth that can be experienced through therapeutic horsemanship.
Community groups seeking fun team-building activities next year for corporate service days, nonprofit mixers, civic club events, school field trips and church group or scout troop outings are invited to call EAT at 314-971-0605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule their Longview Farm Park day and time.
Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc. provides horsemanship experiences to persons with mental, physical, and psychological disabilities in order to enhance the quality and productivity of their lives. EAT is the only therapeutic horse program in St Louis County, with two convenient locations to serve the entire Greater Metro area. For more information, call EAT at 314-971-0605, email email@example.com, check out EAT’s program offerings and participant/volunteer applications on our website at www.eatherapy.org or like Equine-Assisted Therapy Inc. on Facebook.