On the ground. Through horsemanship and a horse-handling practices that promote:
Humans who spend time learning from Horses, experience an Equine Guided Education.
Such learning can powerfully shape our young people, through holistic experiences in awareness, sensory stimulation, executive functioning acquisition and age/stage appropriate coaching and supports.
Horse-Play camps are an excellent opportunity to provide both beginner and intermediate horse lovers a safe, meaningful and diverse equine experience.
SUMMER Week long Day Camp Investment $497
SUMMER Weekend Camp Investment $297
JUNIOR LEADERSHIP SUMMER CAMP Investment $597 (Includes: room & board, small group lessons, daily trail rides)
JULY 11 – 15th HORSE-PLAY SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW UNDERWAY
SPACE IS LIMITED to 6 participants per camp.
AUGUST 12, 13, 14 (Weekend Camp) 8:00am – 12:00 pm $297
REGISTER NOW at the link below
Welcome to the sport of Equestrian Vaulting. If you’re curious about what Vaulting is check out EVA BC’s website – HERE
This is the Equine Vaulting Association of BC’s website. It’s the best place to explore what happening in the vaulting world and find answers to questions you may have about this sport.
As a certified and insured therapeutic, recreational and competitive Vaulting coach for over 15+ years – This is what I’ve discovered over 20+ years in the Equine Industry;
Vaulting is the very BEST way to introduce equine enthusiasts (of any age & ability) to the art AND sport of riding horses.
All vaulting sessions include:
Vaulters cycle through 2-4 turns on the horse over a 90 minuet small group (4-7) session.
Private sessions are 75 min length and address any number of issues or skills the individual is seeking support with.
MONDAYS 4:00 – 5:45 Competition/Performance Vaulting Club
WEDNESDAYS 3:30 – 5:00 Recreational/Beginner Western Riding & Horsemanship Class
75minuet private or small group sessions that introduce participants (ages 5 – 65) to the art and sport of riding horses.
Perfect for a first time equine mounted experience. No riding expertise is needed.
An affinity for movement practices (dance, acro, yoga or pilates) is a bonus – but not a necessity.
This farm is located in the territory of the Okanagan Nation, home of the SnPink’tn first nation peoples.