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Natural
Horsemanship

Private Lessons

At AATA, we have a strong focus on Natural Horsemanship

that teaches a deep horse-human connection,

which can translate to our relationships with people as well.

No prior experience is needed; Open to Adults and Children.

Cost is $60.00 per hour or $100.00 for two hours.

Please feel free to email Maggie Willis to SIGN-UP or with any questions you may have- maggie@appalachian-academy.org.

 

Equine Assisted Learning:

HorsePowered Math & Reading

 

Does your child struggle with reading or other academics?

Equine Assisted learning could be just what they need! 

 

This unique style of learning helps:

  • Promote confidence

  • Self efficacy

  • Creates connections 

  • Increased reading skills

  • Take valuable skills back into the classroom

Art with Horses for both Adults & Children

 

Art With Horses (Adults only)

 

Combine the majestic magic of horses with the therapeutic experience of art and you have a perfect way to spend an evening and decompress from a long week! 

Friday evenings in September from 7-8:30

Spend some time with great people, beautiful animals and an Evening of Art!

 

A Theme and Medium will be given at the beginning of each class,

from there you will enjoy the ambiance created by tranquil music

and beautiful majestic animals.

Wine, tea (hot and cold)  and cheese will be provided! 


Children's Equestrian Art Experience

 

Have your child experience the joy of horses combined

with the beauty of art in one therapeutic session!

A prompt will be given along with a medium each class.

Let your child's creative juices flow in the beautiful Shope Creek Wilderness!

Saturday, August 19th, 26th and Friday, September 15th, 22nd and 29th from 5-6:30

Cost is 45.00 per class or 250.00 for all 5

*10.00 non-refundable deposit

Maggie Willis, our Equine Program Director, also offers Private Horsemanship Lessons. Email her to Sign Up!

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Schedule a Connection Call today

to see which program is Best for your Child and to Ask Any Questions About our Programs

How To Know if Equine Assisted Learning is a Good Fit For Your Child:

  • Your child has a natural curiosity about horses

  • Your child can benefit from socio-emotional confidence building

  • Your child is actively seeking connection with others

  • Your child would benefit in exercising boundaries and/or finding their center 

  • Your child wishes to strengthen their connection to nature

 

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