Youth Life Skills Day Camp

*** this is not a riding program. No previous horse experience is required

July 28, 29
Youth Life Skills Day Camp 8-12 yrs.
Facilitators: Gina Bowler and Denise Arnold
Gina (cell) 306-861-1569
e-mail gina@risinghoofs.ca for prices and to register

Imagine what the future would hold if we equipped our youth with the foundational tools for life? Skills development is essential to building resilience and long-term quality of life. Life skills development prepares our youth for whatever life throws at them!

Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) is a learner-based educational method to develop life skills where the horse is the teacher- YES, A HORSE. The value of working with horses in the teaching of young people will increase self-awareness and self-development maximizing their full potential. The skills acquired in the arena are easily transferred to experiences in everyday life.

This one-of-a- kind internationally certified program provides & challenges participants with the opportunity to maximize their potential by discovering what lies within them to successfully navigate the course of life.

Why a horse? A horse constantly reacts to the participant’s internal emotions. They don’t judge, they are honest, they don’t lie and they provide instant and honest feedback because they do not overthink a participants motive. Our teachers deliver irrefutable results!!

This unique experiential learning program for youth is not only educational but has been designed for youth to acquire strength based skills such as communication, listening, problem solving, a better understanding of body language, personal boundaries, trust, empathy, confidence and more!

Two days of valuable Life Skills being taught by their teacher “A HORSE”. With each session, safety in horsemanship, building relationships, along with Life’s Skills of confidence, trust, respect, teamwork, boundaries, problem solving and empathy are learned to establish personal growth. This fun interactive learning experience in the arena transfers to everyday life *** this is not a riding program. No previous horse experience is required