Our work divides into three areas:


• Business Groups and One-to-One Sessions
• Adult Groups and One-to-One Sessions
• Young People Groups and One-to-One Sessions

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Business people work experientially with horses to develop effective co-creative leadership, presencing and team building. Explore new perspectives on how to move your organisation forward and remain resilient in times of change.  Click here to find out more...

Coach and horses for the 21st Century

Gain insights and awareness into how to get from where you are to where you want to be by engaging experientially with horses. We invite the horses to become our guides whilst being coached or facilitated in personal development, transformative learning or nature connection. We offer courses and workshops, and one-to-one coaching and counselling sessions. Click here to find out more...

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Children and young people learn essential life skills that cannot always be learned in the class room or other traditional settings. We provide a safe learning environment with horses on Dartmoor for children and young people from 9 years upwards.  Click here to find out more...

 

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Leadership and Teambuilding Talk and Demonstration...

21st Century Horse Power getting business people and organisations from where they are to where they need to be.

 

Adventures with Horses is offering some exciting new programmes for businesses and organisations this summer looking at how to be sustainable and resilient in times of change. Sue Blagburn the founder and director of Adventures with Horses brings her own experience running a marketing communications business for many years with her work in equine learning and therapy and ecopsychology, with her expertise as a facilitator and a coach. She brings into her work the latest ideas on complexity, theory U, living systems, conscious business and mindfulness. Including the wisdom from internationally renowned thinkers such as Daniel Goleman, Otto Scharmer, Peter Senge, Margaret Wheatley and Giles Hutchins - into the field with horses.
 
She will be starting her programmes and workshops with a lecture and demonstration at the Erme Valley Riding for the Disabled near Ivybridge on 17th July from 6pm to 9pm, there will be a chance for some of the participants to work experientially with the horses first hand. Anyone can come and the evening will be framed around leadership and building teams, this will include first working with the horses building presence and connection, and then moving into working with self organisation and chaos theory.

The well known writer and management consultant Meg Wheatley who studies organizational behaviour through systems thinking, theories of change, chaos theory and leadership says “I think a major act of leadership right now, call it a radical act, is to create the places and processes so people can actually learn together, using our experiences” Sue is applying this to her work with horses.
 
There will be refreshments half way through the evening with a chance to network and share ideas with like minded people. All profits will go to the Erme Valley RDA and Adventures with Horses CIC including offering equine assisted learning, coaching or counselling sessions for people who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford it. Tickets are available in advance at £25 or on the door at £30.
 
On a Adventures with Horses programme, course or workshop participants gain new insights into how to authentically step into a co-creative leadership style and practice and embody presence and authenticity. They will get to experience being in a place of power with, rather than power over, or no power at all, in the many different leadership positions and situations you find yourself. The intent will be that participants will gain a clearer vision of how to move forward from where you are to where you need to be in time of change and uncertainty.
 
Sue has worked with sustainable business consultant, public speaker and author Giles Hutchins, in his book Future Fit he writes about her work: “Returning our senses to our social herd-like nature is not a sign of weakness, but a place to gain personal responsibility through wisdom and courage. As we gain wisdom we increase our ability to become conscious co-creators for ourselves, each other and all of life. In this way, working on our leadership presence with horses provides a rich opportunity to refine our natural leadership qualities. We deconstruct our rationality constrained ideas of leadership and learn that everyone has leadership capabilities and responsibilities."