Healing with Horses Ranch
where horses heal, ... body, mind and soul!
|Raise the Roof!|
Help us raise $'s to build stalls and a covered arena so that we can give lessons year round in any weather!
|Meet the Staff|
Healing with Horses Ranch instructors go through extensive training and are certified by PATH Intl. Annually they must complete a minimum of 20 hours of continuing education annually. In addition, they are CPR and first aid certified.
Meet the Horses
February 14th - Happy Valentine Day!
February 16th - Volunteer Training 1-4 PM
March 5th and 6th from 6PM-6PM - Amplify Austin 24 hours of Giving
March 15th - The Gold Stirrup Horse Show - Travis County Expo Center
April 5th - Happy Easter - Easter Egg Hunt and brunch - 10 AM-12 PM
April 12th - Regional Special Olympics - Taylor Rodeo Arena
April 15th - Happy 28th birthday Holly!
April 30th - Happy 14th birthday Dawn!
Horses are very social animals. Social interactions are developed between the horse, therapist, instructors, volunteers, and other students. Click here to read more.
|How does it Benefit|
Horses Heal . . . Body, Mind, and Soul!
Body The rhythmic, three-dimensional and symmetrical movement of the horse provides physical benefits including enhanced: ... click here to read more.
|What is Equine Facilitated Learning|
Equine-Facilitated Education (EFL) benefits at-risk youth, those that have experienced trauma, or those affected by PTSD, veterans and their families by offering them a safe, accepting, non-judgmental space in which to work in.
The History of Healing with Horses Ranch
Horses carry the wisdom of healing in their hearts
by Kayla for Patty and Playboy
Healing with Horses Ranch provides equine assisted therapies to students with diverse challenges including:
It is not clear when riding for disabled people became a specialized field, but history records people with disabilities riding horses as early as the days of the ancient Greeks. Orbasis of ancient Lydia documented the therapeutic value of riding in 600 B.C. Click here to read more.