We offer equine assisted experiential learning and/or therapeutic interventions in three different areas:


Coach and horses for the 21st Century
One-to-One Sessions and group sessions in Equine Assisted Learning and/or Therapy. 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 in personal development, transformative learning and nature connection. We offer one-to-one equine assisted coaching and counselling sessions, and also group sessions and courses

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Step into the world of the horse
Young people from 10 yrs upwards can learn horse skills, life skills, calmness and self confidence in small groups or one-to-one in equine assisted learning and the 'Art of Horse Whispering'

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We can provide a safe, non-judgemental environment with horses for young people and young adults from 10 years upwards struggling at school, college, work or in other areas of their lives

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Step out of the office and into nature
Leadership, Team Building and Business Coaching: Work experientially with horses to develop effective co-creative leadership and presencing. Explore new perspectives on how to move your organisation forward and remain resilient in times of change. 

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Awareness with Horses

 

WHAT’S in a name?

 

Quite a lot actually, which is why we have decided on a name change to more accurately reflect the nature of our social enterprise. We are changing our name from Adventures with Horses to Awareness with Horses.

Awareness with Horses describes what we do much better, we facilitate groups and one to one sessions in learning and growth through the naturally occurring therapeutic and transformative opportunities horses can provide, in order to create self awareness and well-being, and develop potential and skills which transfer forwards into peoples everyday lives.

Sue Blagburn, Founder and Managing Director explains why: "Adventures with Horses was born rather quickly in June 2014 - I wasn't really planning to start quite so soon but I was given the opportunity of renting 9 beautiful acres and some lovely old farm buildings on Dartmoor just above Holne near Ashburton - on hindsight Awareness with Horses would have always been a much better name."

"Equine facilitated or assisted learning and therapy is still a relatively new intervention. It involves participants working with the horses on the ground but with no riding, A major drawback of the name “Adventures with Horses” was that it created a misconception that people would be participating in horse riding or some kind of natural horsemanship training.

Sue added: “We don’t do anything like that. Obviously, to run a business like this we need to be very experienced and knowledgeable about horses, but our clients do not. We work as facilitators, coaches and counsellors and our clients – who include people of all ages - learn experientially and experimentally from the horses, which act as the guides and teachers.”

Our website will still be at http://www.adventureswithhorses.co.uk/ for a few weeks but by the end of May 2019 a new website will be born www.awarenesswithhorses.co.uk

 

Contact Sue Blagburn for more information or to book a session or a course/workshop

07831 865259 or email adventureswithhorses@btconnect.com