Teenage girls are invited to participate in our 8-week, equine-assisted psychotherapy group. This group offers teenage girls an opportunity to engage with horses in fun activities where they can explore interests, build meaningful relationships, feel understood and experience a sense of belonging.
Our horsemanship program is an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of horsemanship: groundwork, sensory training, bathing, grooming, horse health and riding basics. This is a beginner course, no prior equine experience necessary.
Volunteers are a vital part of Rise Canyon Ranch. Prior to becoming a volunteer, you must attend one orientation session and commit to volunteering for a minimum of two hours per week for six months. Volunteer hours may vary and no equine experience is necessary.
Rise Canyon Ranch strives to make equine-assisted psychotherapy available to all clients. Rise Canyon Ranch is able to fulfill this mission through the generosity of our supporters and the administration of a scholarship program based strictly on financial need.
We conduct workshops that expedite learning, facilitate team development, drive business growth and strengthen leadership skills. These group sessions provide unique opportunities through a series of tasks with horses where participants discover how they truly interact with others and discover their hidden skills.