Equine Assisted Learning
Equine Assisted Learning gives participants a unique opportunity to learn more about themselves and their relationships with others through interaction with horses.
Participants do not need any previous experience with horses and no horse riding is involved in the sessions.
Equine Assisted Learning can help participants to learn new ways of coping with stress, provide opportunities for change, enable self-belief and develop confidence; all of which is done in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
Gransha EAL sessions help participants to come away with increased awareness about themselves having had a new and meaningful experience with horses.
Gransha EAL development lead is Amy Robinson, please contact her on 07784809976 for more information or to book a 1-1 or group session.