Articles Tagged 'Equestrian Therapy'

Dream Jobs: Life Skills Instructor

Expert Equestrian Articles — July 18, 2012
By teaching life skills through the aid of horses, Sara Crum helps at-risk youth with her equine career. by Karen Braschayko Sara Crum’s career with horses began when she volunteered at a therapeutic riding center and was inspired to learn more. Nearly 10 years later, she has earned certification as a… Read more »

Dream Jobs: Helping Others as a Therapeutic Riding Instructor

Expert Equestrian Articles — January 15, 2012
by Karen Braschayko Have you ever wanted a job that makes you feel completely satisfied at the end of the day, knowing you did something good and helped others? Jan Vescelius has this gratification every day as director and head therapeutic riding instructor at Therapeutic Riding, Incorporated (TRI) of Ann… Read more »

Ten Reasons to Get Involved with Therapeutic Riding

Expert Equestrian Articles — November 30, 2011
Help individuals with special needs to learn about horses, and you just may help yourself as well by Karen Braschayko It can be dirty, it can be difficult, and you may occasionally end up sweaty hot or shivering cold, feeling a bit frustrated or absolutely elated, but here are some… Read more »

A Real Twist on a Boy and His Horse

Darley's Travel Blog — January 26, 2011
by Darley Newman I read every day, literally, about the benefits of therapeutic riding. There are stories published in small town newspapers, blogs and on the radio. (I know because I have my google alert set for it. It's a topic of interest to me.) One story sent to me… Read more »