Our Services

At Miracles in Motion Therapeutic Equestrian Center we use horses to work effectively with adults and children who, due to disabilities or complex medical conditions, need assistance in developing the kinds of everyday skills that allow them to function more independently at home, school, or work.

We offer several options for people with physical, motor, social, or cognitive disabilities, including therapeutic riding classes, hippotherapy sessions, un-mounted programs, or a combination of these experiences to aid in rehabilitation, therapy routines, and strengthening. We also offer some scholarships.

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Adaptive (therapeutic) riding classes focus on building strength and confidence for riders with social, motor, or other developmental challenges.

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Adaptive Horsemanship lets students focus on building a strong relationship with the horse. This course includes all sorts of ground work including grooming, leading, and learning about horse health, confirmation, gaits, tack and other equipment, body parts and colors, hoof care, as well as how horses sense and how to understand horse body language. All students are encouraged to expand their horse knowledge and experience by participating in Adaptive Horsemanship.

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The MVECS program is designed with not only the veteran in mind, but also the family or partners who provide support and are also experiencing challenges and changes.

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Hippotherapy is a treatment strategy used by trained physical, occupational, and speech therapists as part of an integrated therapy plan of care.

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A limited number of scholarships are available for our therapeutic riding and Horse 101 classes.

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