Therapeutic riding uses equine-assisted activities for the purpose of contributing positively to cognitive, physical, emotional, and social well-being of people with disabilities.
Lessons are tailored to the individual goals of each student and designed to complement a student’s IEP and therapy plans. A typical lesson includes grooming and tacking a horse, warm up and stretching exercises, learning or reviewing a riding skill/concept, a game or activity on horseback, and cool down exercises.
All lessons are taught by an instructor certified with PATH International and/or CHA. Lutheranch is a PATH Member Center.
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