Just Say Whoa

This group is geared toward teens who are repeat juvenile offenders or display behaviors such as truancy, substance abuse, anger management problems, depression and low self-esteem. Equine-assisted learning activities are utilized to develop communication skills and appropriate boundaries. Participants are encouraged to identify feelings and explore positive expression of emotions and needs, develop leadership skills and a sense of appreciation and empathy for themselves and others.

Next Group: Tuesdays beginning February 13 for 8 weeks.


Investment: $495/session

Contact: medicinehorsedirector@gmail.com for more information.


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The Functional Family Workshop

Next Session: TBA

Cost: $150 per family of 2-5 members

Limit: 3 families

A family workshop that is fun and informative. Using games, art and horses to reveal family styles of interaction, this workshop promises to teach communication techniques that insure everyone has a voice. Explore roles in the family and how they affect everyone. Make better choices about empowering one another and create a wheel that demonstrates where your family is compared to where they want to be. Set up a workable plan to achieve your goals.

Contact Lauren Munger to sign up: laurenmunger@msn.com



Self-care According to Horses:
Caregiver Group

Date: Saturday, January 13
Time: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Investment: $50

Take a morning away from your caregiving commitments to give to yourself. Coaches Paula and Cathy will guide you through some self-exploration with the help of our healing horses and supportive group. This is a time to take a breath, reflect, laugh, and let go of some stress that, if you’re a caregiver, you might be feeling.

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Contact: Paula Karen, 720-289-8443, paula@hawkflightcoaching.com



Traumatic brain Injury Group

This Therapeutic riding program is based on the latest
scientific research. Using Mindfulness practices on horseback and their connection with horses, participants will feel empowered in their
relationships and their lives by reconnecting with themselves
and others.

6 Mondays 2-4 p.m. starting 11/6/17

Cost: $90 per ride. No experience needed. Click here for more information.

Contact: Catherine Mathon, MA, Certified Riding Instructor Path Intl.
720-507-6725, catherine@opalcounselingcenter.com



A Hero's Journey With Horses

Facilitated by Lauren Munger

Investment: $99

November 11,  9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This group is for kids ages 7-12

A Hero’s Journey With Horses is a workshop in self-discovery. Developed from years of studying horse behavior, in this workshop horses help humans discover their own heroic qualities and learn self-respect and respect for others.

The exercises in the workshop teach the participants about feelings and how to communicate effectively and contact with the horses offers loving support and how to be in the moment. The result is unequivocally that which inspires the human to believe in themselves.

This work is for all ages, for families, adolescents, teens and adults. It is beautifully orchestrated with group and individual exercises and interactions between the horses and the humans, all conducted on the ground. Tools are taught in the areas of leadership and communication and experiences are provided addressing fear and trust.  

A fun yet meaningful and often profound experience of oneself in relation to others, this workshop is a must for anyone who is seeking a better understanding of themselves and who has a desire to discover their very own Hero inside.

Contact Lauren Munger to sign up: laurenmunger@msn.com


Mother Daughter Retreat- Next Session TBA

If an entire day of (phone-free) FUN with your teen daughter sounds like heaven (and a great way to stay connected as the new school year gets rolling!), join us for a day of soul-nourishing mother-daughter bonding at our beautiful Boulder ranch. You’ll enjoy interactive activities with horses including a trust ride & unique partner yoga that will give you and your daughter new self- awareness and insight into your relationship.

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If you are you ready for a day with your daughter you’ll never forget, click the link to register now:

With love,
Brianna & Annette

The HopeFoal Project™

The HopeFoal Project™ is designed to address issues of low self-esteem, depression and suicidal ideation in adolescents who live in our community.

These at-risk youth are paired with rescued foals, newly separated from their mothers, to provide a unique opportunity for personal growth. Giving the young adults the responsibility of "gentling and handling" the foals, who have had a rough start in life and need great amounts of love and kindness, helps provide them with a reason to live, thrive, and mature. Through this unique partnership, adolescents from the HopeFoal Project™ can learn to embrace life once again, while the foals flourish from their newfound trust in humans.

Next Group: TBA



Through horse activities, creative expression and body movement, this EAP program addresses the psychological, emotional and social aspects of individuals with developmental disabilities. Through connection with horses and other participants, a good time will be had by all.  Medicine Horse Program partners with Imagine! to offer this program.

Next group TBD