Signature Programs

Just Say Whoa

This group is geared toward teens who are struggling with behaviors such as truancy, substance abuse, emotion regulation, and low self-esteem

Exploring Gender Identity for Teens

This group is for participants who are questioning their gender. This group is open to anyone between the ages of 9 and 18.

Wholeness with Horses

a new program for women impacted by breast cancer, including those who have recently received a diagnosis, those undergoing treatment, and those who consider themselves survivors.  

Operation Be Herd

A group for active service members and veterans of all branches of the military. 

Other Programs

Caregiver Group: Self-care According to Horses

Cost: $75

Monthly, Saturday 9 am to 12 pm (Contact facilitator for

If you are caregiving at home or at work, whether for aging parents, a partner that is ill, a disabled child, or as a nurse, teacher, or in-home care provider, this monthly gathering is for you. Take a morning away from your caregiving commitments to give to yourself. This group provides a safe environment to replenish yourself as you travel through your caregiving journey. Self-care is always important, even more so when you’re busy taking care of others.

Join this group to focus on caring for yourself, particularly if you spend a lot of time caring for others. Coach Cathy will guide you through some self-exploration with the help of our healing horses. This is a time to take a breath, reflect, laugh, and let go of any stress that you might be feeling. To register, contact: Cathy Steiner, 303-449-4982 or Cathy@RiverbendLifeCoaching.com.

No experience with horses is necessary. Our focus is on being with the horses rather than riding them. Please wear closed-toed shoes and dress for the weather.


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Writing and Riding

What does it mean to connect? To ourselves, our environment, to the present moment and to others? Relationships are hard, and yet the most important part of our lives. They are satisfying and challenging, nourishing and painful. In this group, we will explore how we show up in relationship. We will partner with the horses in a variety of ways, both on the ground and mounted, to learn how to be more grounded, aware, and whole, both with ourselves and others. Through weekly creative journaling, we can connect to our voice, track our growth and integrate our experiences. Process and explore learnings as part of this mindful and supportive group.

When: Wednesdays, March 6-May 1, 5-7pm
Where: Medicine Horse Program, 8778 Arapahoe Rd., Boulder, CO, 80303
Who: Anyone interested in exploring relationship, 18 and older
Cost:: $75/session
Facilitator: Stephanie McBride, MA

For more information, please email smcbride@reroottherapy.com

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Here and Now with Horses

An hour of meditation and mindfulness with the Medicine Horse Program herd. No experience necessary and kid friendly.

The fourth Sunday of each month from 10-11:30am

Cost: $20

Email info@horses-heal.net for more information


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Let Go: Body-Centered Meditation with Horses

We will connect with ourselves and the horses through our bodies using QiGong, breathing, and mindfulness practices. The horses will be our guides, mirrors, and companions.

The class is ongoing. The cost is $20.00. All are welcome.

Email info@horses-heal.net for more information.

Fridays, 9:00-10:30am



ASBC Exploring Gender Identity Support Group for Youths with Disabilities

Sponsored by Autism Society of Boulder County

Who: Youth ages 9-18 who have a disability
When: Third Wednesday of every month, 5:00 - 6:30pm

This group is for participants who are gender non-conforming, transgender, non-binary or are questioning their gender and who also have a disability.  This group is open to anyone between the ages of 9 and 18 with a disability and is not exclusive to those on the autism spectrum.

Facilitated by Stephanie McBride

Please let us know if you are joining us. Email smcbride@reroottherapy.com for more information.