Our commitment. our clients.
Emerge Equine provides equine assisted learning and personal development programs to individuals, groups, companies and non-profit groups. We empower people to move forward in life through this transformational work.
Children are resilient... or so we're told.
In today's world, we are seeing that, more than ever, children need to be supported in becoming healthy, well adjusted adults. Everyone processes life experiences in their own unique way, and if a child is struggling to deal with life, horses offer a quiet space for processing, figuring out how to manage in life, or just to be. This equine method of experiential learning promotes well-being for sensory processing, balance and motor coordination, and being the leader with their equine partner empowers children. In this case, a non-clinical setting is just what the doctor ordered.
Connected but not connected.
Everything is changing... emotionally, socially, physically. Low self-esteem, heartbreak, anxiety, peer pressure. Where can a teen go to get away from these pressures?
Emerge Equine offers a space of caring and acceptance with a flavour of what it is to be responsible. When a horse is with a person, the horse picks up on emotions and feelings. They nurture the hurts and soften the pain of sharp words. They depend on us and give us everything. Teens can break free and just be. As the walls come down, the future appears. Fun and movement facilitate growth.
Early adulthood, middle age, the golden years... this journey we call life brings new challenges, priorities and insights at every stage. Whether you seek clarity for career or family direction, healing from difficult experiences, or transitioning into a more mature time of life, time spent with horses can provide insights for everyone. Horses connect with their handler and reflect emotions, thoughts and feelings in the most remarkable ways. Exercises are designed to bring attention to areas of importance and participants are able to apply findings to their unique situations and priorities.