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About us 

Set in the tranquil, leafy outskirts of North London, only 11 miles from the busy heart of the Capital, we have the perfect environment to offer our tailored Equine Therapy Programme. Our beautiful surroundings and our programme exist to help a variety of individuals of all ages. From those who are experiencing a range of behavioural and emotional challenges, including: ADHD, autism, anger management, dementia, depression and bereavement, to those who wish to reconnect with themselves and explore an alternative approach to living a fulfilling life.

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What is Equine Therapy?

Horses have been used as part of the therapeutic process since the time of the ancient Greeks and has recently grown in popularity world wide, due to it's experiential approach and the scientific evidence of it's effectiveness.


As opposed to traditional talking therapies, which can sometimes feel intimidating, Equine Therapy allows people to be outdoors and use all their senses, while learning skills such as emotional regulation, self-confidence and responsibility. Furthermore, it has been found to be effective for individuals of all ages, even families and groups.

Equine Therapy offers those who find it difficult to open up and process painful emotions and experiences, an opportunity to re-connect with themselves and those around them. 

What are the benefits of
Equine Therapy?

Using horses as part of the therapeutic process, has a number of unique benefits, including but not limited to:

  • Non - Judgemental and Unbiased - horses are very intuitive animals and will only react to a person's behaviour and emotions, with no judgement or expectation. 

  • Mirroring - horses often mirror an individual's behaviour or emotions. With the support and guidance of a therapist, the individual can start to understand how their behaviour impacts others by first experiencing the horses response and relating it to their own, developing a deeper level of self-awareness.

  • Processing thoughts and emotions - by using the horse as a reference point for processing, individuals are able to talk about difficult feelings using the horse's experience in the moment rather than their own.

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Our Approach 

Our promise to our clients is to create a safe space where they feel able to be themselves in whatever capacity that looks like. We don't put any pressure or expectation on them and our tailored programme allows us to work at the pace of each individual, giving us the time to explore deep-rooted feelings and emotions.

By doing this, we are able to support our guests in areas such as:

  • Emotional awareness

  • Self - confidence

  • Emotional regulation

  • Building trust and empathy

  • Problem solving skills

  • Impulse control

  • Taking responsibility

  • Tackling anxiety, including exam stress

  • Positive family dynamics

  • Developing social skills

  • Changing negative behaviours.

Together, with the horses, we guide and support individuals on a journey of self-discovery, reconnection and fulfilment. 

Interested in the support we can offer and want to find out more?

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