Sessions

What happens before the first session?

There is a chat on the phone before you book, to talk about what you hope to get out of the session and ask questions.  If you aren’t sure what you would like to address in the session, that’s ok. I am here to help with that and can assist with finding what you feel you may want to experiment with in your equine experience.

At your first session, there will be an Agreement to Participate in EAL form to sign along with the Client information form with your details.

Safety guidelines for being around the horses will be given before your session.

This is your experience. You will be the focus of the session.  There will be no spectators, only participants.  If you haven’t driven yourself, please advise your chauffeur that they may stay in their vehicle, away from the session or go and have a cuppa somewhere off site for an hour.

Need to cancel your session?

I require 48 hour notice by phone or SMS or email.  This will be in your Agreement to Participate in EAL

Sometimes life happens, and an appointment needs to be cancelled or rescheduled.

Missed appointments or late cancellations will be charged at 50% of the session fee if not made more than 24 hours away from your appointment.

Equine Assisted Learning Session – 60 minutes             
Each session is tailored for you by talking with you about your thoughts or feelings and specific personal or professional development needs.  

Either my herd of equine assistants (horses) or a single equine assistant will be selected for the particular session.

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Horse Wisdom Sessions – 6 sessions of __ minutes each          

Horse Wisdom is a program for individuals or small groups. Social and emotional learning benefits include:

  • Awareness
  • Boundaries
  • Feelings
  • Relationships
  • Life’s Challenges

What to Wear and What to Bring With You  

This is an outdoor activity so dress accordingly, as you may be sitting or standing in the environment for an hour or so.

Wear: A hat and sleeved shirt for sun protection or a beanie if it is cold. 

Sturdy, closed-in flat shoes are mandatory (runners or boots are good). 

Bring: Water bottle (no glass please).

meet n greet
meet n greet