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  1. The Ride: Equine Influence and Inter-species Performance

    Contributor(s):: Kimber Sider

    The question of animals and performance defines the crossroads of the academic fields of Critical Animals Studies and Performance Studies, giving rise to the proposition of inter-species performance. But are all performances that integrate animals into the production inter-species? Or are there...

  2. Horsefeathers Therapeutic Riding, NFP

    Horsefeathers is a supportive treatment program for people of all ages and all abilities. All sessions are conducted one-on-one in a calm, non-competitive environment. Using the unique, powerful movement of the horse to awaken and enhance neuromotor function, we help our riders achieve successes...

  3. Horsefeathers

    Horsefeathers Therapeutic Equestrian Center, Inc. strives to enhance the quality of life for people who are challenged with disabilities and/or situations in their lives that are debilitating.Horsefeathers is a member center of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship...

  4. Equine Assisted Therapy Through The Eyes of a Child

    Contributor(s):: Katherine McNutt

    The focus of this study was to gain insight into the experiences of children who participate in equine assisted therapy (EAT). The study used a qualitative child-based approach focused on accessing the perspectives of children and their experience participating in EAT. A thematic analysis...

  5. Discovering the Meaning of the Experience of Interacting with Horses

    Contributor(s):: Suellen Joan Mills

    The literature on the human-animal bond is vast and has focused mainly on the bond between humans and their pets or small companion animals. However, within the literature, few studies exist that explore the human-horse interaction. Furthermore, studies that specifically examine the human...

  6. Dusty Dreams

    Dusty Dreams started with a dream.  We want to encourage each and every one of you to follow your dreams.  Sometimes that can be a scary thing because life holds so many uncertainties.  Yet, you will never truly be the person you were created to be unless you find the happiness...

  7. Gateway HorseWorks

    Gateway HorseWorks, a 501(c)(3) public charity, offers transformative Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Services to children, adults, and families in a healing, farm-based environment.Since 2011, Executive Director Kristen de Marco has been providing EAGALA Model ® Equine Assisted Growth &...

  8. Dream Power Therapy

    DreamPower Therapy, Inc. is a non-profit organization working with physically and mentally challenged clients from age 3 to 80. Dream Power offers therapeutic, sport and recreational horseback riding in outdoor arenas as well as on our beautiful trails. Dream Power Therapy is a member of the...

  9. Sunrise, Inc. Therapeutic Riding Center

    Sunrise, Inc is a not-for-profit corporation, established in Wayne County in 1980, whose purpose is to promote the health and social development of physically, mentally and socially disabled people through therapeutic horseback riding.Sunrise is a Professional Association of Therapeutic...

  10. Reins and Rainbows

    Reins and Rainbows, INC. serves children, youth, adults, and families by providing emotional and behavioral support through experiential learning and cognitive behavioral therapy.Assisted by equine partners who provide stability and unconditional regard, a safe and supportive environment is...

  11. Therapeion Therapeutic Riding Center

    Therapeion was founded in 2007 to provide therapeutic riding services for persons with disabilities and youth facing difficult life challenges. Our pilot program was held in the summer of 2007 and from there we have grown to offering services March through October to approximately fifty riders...

  12. Stir-n-Up Hope

    Stir-N-Up Hope is a Not-For-Profit organization that provides free therapeutic riding sessions to handicapped individuals. The program is seasonal, running from spring to fall. Riders are taught to groom, tack, lead, and ride. Games are also incorporated to work on areas of special needs.Riders...

  13. Oak Hill Farm

    Oak Hill Farm is a non-profit service organization focused on providing horseback riding programs for those with and without disabilities. It is a member of PATH International and instructors are PATH international-certified therapeutic riding instructors.

  14. EquiVenture Therapeutic Riding Inc.

    EquiVenture Therapeutic Riding Inc. (EVTR) is a non-profit organization that offers therapeutic horseback riding to disabled individuals in the Kokomo, Indiana region.

  15. Galloping Toward Recovery: An Interview with Dave Beck of Cirque Lodge

    05 Jul 2016 | Posted by Katie Carroll

    Cirque Lodge Director of Experiential Therapies Dave Beck Many recovering alcoholics and drug addicts feel powerless and shameful.  When they first enter Cirque Lodge, a residential...

    https://habricentral.org/members/2412/blog/2016/07/galloping-towards-recovery-an-interview-with-dave-beck-of-cirque-lodge

  16. Effects of horse-riding exercise on balance, gait, and activities of daily living in stroke patients

    Contributor(s):: Yong-Nam, Kim, Dong-Kyu, Lee

  17. Effects of horseback riding exercise therapy on hormone levels in elderly persons

    Contributor(s):: Sung-Hyoun, Cho, Jin-Woo, Kim, Seon-Rye, Kim, Byung-Jun, Cho

  18. Hippotherapy as a treatment for socialization after sexual abuse and emotional stress

    Contributor(s):: Guerino, Marcelo R., Briel, Alysson F., Rodrigues AraÚJo, Maria Das GraÇAs

  19. The influence of horseback riding training on the physical function and psychological problems of stroke patients

    Contributor(s):: Dong-Kyu, L. E. E., Eun-Kyung, K. I. M.

  20. Stability in children with cerebral palsy...Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association Conference, 3-4 October 2015, Hong Kong

    Contributor(s):: Prakash, R. Harihara, Jayachandran, R.