Combining the ground-breaking work of the Eponaquest model of equine learning - with the science of trauma recovery and sustainable change. We offer a range of individual, group and team-building workshops, as well as a specialized Facilitator Training Program.
Horses are prey animals, and because they live in the present moment they’ll adjust to their current environment and the beings around them; they accurately assess the authentic emotions that surround them.
Horses are prey animals, because they live in the present moment; they adjust to their environment and the beings around them; they accurately assess the authentic emotions that surround them. Equine Assisted Learning Center offers a range of individual, group and team-building workshops as well as a specialized Facilitator Training Program. For more detailed information about our current offerings please follow the links provided.
Horses are among the best teachers and guides for personal growth and development. Being sensitive to the environment for their survival, horses respond to both positive and negative changes in posture, stance and breathing with other animals and people. Horses provide constant feedback through their whole body to incongruence between feelings and behaviors. This allows them to respond honestly and to be non-judgemental mirrors and teachers of our conscious and unconscious feelings and behaviors. Individuals learn how to use emotional, mental and physical cues within themselves and others to support their personal development. This creates an opportunity for profound healing in all aspects of their lives.
The experiential nature of Equine Assisted Learning Center (EALC) provides an opportunity for people to fully participate with their mind, body and spirit. EALC is based on the belief that people learn best through direct and purposeful contact with their learning experience, and can alter the way they feel, think and behave beyond habitual barriers and resistance accumulated through life.
THE FOUNDERS & FACILITATORS
Equine Assisted Learning Center was created by Sarah Janosik and Lynne Silver. They both trained at Eponaquest over 10 years ago. They choose to join together their therapeutic training and experience to create programs that integrate the science of change and therapeutic growth and the knowledge and experience of their Eponaquest training.
Sarah Janosik, LCSW, AAI, Advanced Approved Instructor of Eponaquest Assisted Learning, is the co-founder of Equine Assisted Learning Center, Relate Center - where she is in private practice, and Program Director for Horselink. Sarah brings her 20+ years of experience from clinical practice and has been facilitating years of EAL and therapy workshops and individual sessions for over 10 years.
Lynne Silver MA, LPC, AAI Advanced Approved Instructor of Eponaquest Equine Assisted Learning, is the co-founder of Equine Assisted Learning Center and Program Director for Horselink. Lynne draws on her 20 years of clinical practice and 10 years of Equine Assisted Learning and Therapy experience to facilitate workshops and private sessions.