Free Mindfulness/Relaxation App for all in need of rest, calm, and grounding.
Leg Up! Register now for Late Summer. An 8 week course for students who have completed the Basis In Natural Horsemanship class who would like to take it “to another level.” Leg Up! begins with a refresher of the basics and then makes application of those principles to mounted work. A great class for beginning riders.
Begin August 1st. Class meets Monday evenings 6:30-8:30 pm. Class size is limited. Cost: $300
Basics In Natural Horsemanship register now for FALL. A 7 week course in basics including herd dynamics, equine communication and the practical application of natural handling and safety.
Beginning September 19th. Class meets Monday evenings 6:30-8:30 pm. Class size is limited. Cost: $250
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PEACE Ranch offers EAGALA Model Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) which employs horses in activities with humans to resolve conflict, find healing and learn healthy coping skills. Clients are seen on a short term basis and a sliding scale is provided to make sessions affordable for all. No prior experience with horses is necessary. More about Individual & Family Therapy.
PEACE Ranch offers EAGALA Model Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) for families and groups. EAL uses the team approach with a focus on personal growth and learning goals defined by the group such as:
- Improved product sales for a company
- Leadership skills for a school group
- Resiliency training for our military warriors
- Self care for first responders
Programs are tailored to participants needs. More about Growth and Learning .
As an EAGALA Military Services Provider , PEACE Ranch has been providing premium Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Personal development services for Veterans since 2013. Services are offered through a unique collaboration with Veterans Health Administration to Veterans all over Northern Michigan. More about Veterans & Military Services.
EAGALA Model Equine Assisted Psychotherapy provided for children and families in crisis in collaboration with area child welfare agencies. More about Kids@PEACE