TRANSFORMATIVE EQUINE AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPIES THAT CREATE LIGHT BULB MOMENTS
Welcome to EquiShui!
At EquiShui, we are creating a culture of connection by bringing people to an environment that heals, nurtures and supports renewal and connection.
We provide Equine-assisted Psychotherapy (EAP), Equine-assisted learning (EAL) and other experiential learning programs that provide a unique, creative, and fun learning environment for developing life skills like team-building, resilience, self-care and confidence. Horses have been proven to be uniquely successful for psychotherapy, as they respond to and mirror human behavior. By fostering a special connection with our horses, we teach the importance of trust, awareness, and patience.
Explore our programs and services below.
OUR PROGRAMS IN A NUTSHELL
Service Men and Women
Our veteran's program is a trauma-informed equine-assisted psychotherapy (EAP) program developed to serve the needs of veterans who have struggled with issues around transition from military life to civilian life.
HEAL THE HEALER
The Equishui heal the healer program takes helping professionals on an inner and outer journey of renewal toward reconnecting to their vocation and those they serve.
Wellbeing for people in need
Our wellness programs are designed to help individuals reconnect to all aspects of themselves and promote connection to community. Our signature Equine Assisted Meditations , promises a unique meditation experience.
There is no riding involved with equine-assisted psychotherapy and activities. Rather, the focus is on presence, attention, connection, mindfulness, boundaries, social cues, and more.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAMS
Participants should dress in a weather appropriate fashion and always wear sturdy-soled boots or close toed shoes. Participants will not be allowed to work with horses if they are not properly dressed.
Please be on time for your scheduled visit. If you are unable to keep your scheduled visit due to unforeseen circumstances, please let us know as soon as possible by calling us so that we can provide sufficient notice to staff and volunteers.