Equine Assisted Learning is objective based and each session presents the participants with a number of groundwork challenges. This team-based interaction creates an environment for learning. It’s about setting up the participants to discover new learning with the horses as teacher’s and certified facilitators to step in and guide if required.
Each challenge has a desired goal or objective in mind, tailored to meet the needs of individual participants.
EAL is not a riding program; it is about working as a team with a horse on the ground. Reading and understanding the body language of the horse is a key part of the learning process.
Most of all, EAL is fun and engaging. It is based on the understanding that learning can and should be fun.