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It's More Than Just Loving Horses

Being an Equine Assisted Coach isn't just about loving horses—it's about embodying certain qualities that help both horses and clients thrive. Here are some key traits that make an Equine Assisted Coach truly exceptional:


  • Empathy: Understanding and sharing the feelings of both clients and horses is crucial. Empathy builds trust and deepens connections.

  • Patience: Progress in equine-assisted coaching can take time. Patience ensures a supportive and encouraging environment for everyone involved.

  • Intuition: A strong intuitive sense helps coaches respond to subtle cues from both horses and clients, facilitating breakthroughs and healing.

  • Communication Skills: Clear and compassionate communication fosters understanding and growth. It’s essential for guiding clients and working harmoniously with horses.

  • Adaptability: Each session is unique, and being adaptable allows coaches to tailor their approach to meet the needs of the moment.

  • Knowledgeable: A deep understanding of equine behavior, psychology, and coaching techniques ensures effective and safe practices.

  • Passion: Passion for helping others and working with horses drives a coach to continually improve and inspire those they work with.


We feel each of these traits is important, which is why when you immerse yourself in one of our courses, you'll discover a transformative journey guided by these traits. Our Equine Assisted Coaching program equips you to understand and connect with clients and horses on a profound level, fostering growth and healing in a supportive and dynamic environment.


If you're ready to make a lasting impact in the field of Equine Assisted Coaching we invite you to join us for an upcoming class!




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