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Equine-assisted therapy (EAT) has been linked to a spectrum of benefits, such as - improved respiration, circulation, balance, and body metabolism along with greater muscle strength and agility.
Since the ancient Greeks, horses have been utilized as a therapeutic aid. Freedom riding aims to promote physical, occupational, and emotional growth in children with a multitude of mental health complications, as well as veterans who have difficulties readjusting to society.
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Freedom Riding is a local advocate for those who would benefit from sensory-based engagements. We want "to help all those we can" through equine-assisted recreation and therapy in order to support those who defend us (veterans), and those who deserve defense (children.).
by working with our horses in equine-assisted therapy (EAT)
Helping people heal and reach their highest potential through therapeutic equine activities
Assisting those whom might benefit from equine-assisted therapy isn't limited to only professionally trained therapists. Anyone can help by donating funds or riding equipment. Additionally, devote an afternoon to helping out on the barn and see first-hand the families we help daily.