Mounted police opt for equine transportation so that they don't have to deal with the squad car's wailing thirst for gas and justice. Harness real horsepower with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $45 for one horseback-riding lesson for one (a $105 value)
- $79 for one horseback-riding lesson for two (a $210 value)
- $129 for three horseback-riding lessons for one (a $315 value)
- $99 for a therapeutic horseback-riding package with an initial evaluation and three lessons (a $285 value)
Equine Tranquility Wellness Center
On this nonprofit stable’s 21 acres, a gaggle of horses helps visitors with and without physical, mental, and emotional struggles expand their self-confidence, bolster social skills, and improve quality of life. Therapy is the center's primary mission, pursued via lessons tailored to each rider's pace and needs. Stroke patients, those with visual and hearing impairments, and people with depressive and autism-spectrum disorders are all welcome.
Centered riding combines classic principles of riding with body awareness, centering, and imagery. Certified instructors also use rider biomechanics in lessons for beginners to intermediate to help improve core strength, balance, and harmony with the horses.
Though not officially part of the center's therapy techniques, a host of additional programs use horseback riding to nurture mental and physical well-being. Offerings include Yoga on Horseback, Mommy and Me sessions, and Silver Saddle lessons, which are geared toward older riders and discerning horses looking to incorporate more bling into their wardrobes.
“Great teachers and very well behaved horses to learn on! My girls loved it. ”
“Dress warm! Wonderful experience and we will definitely be returning.”
“Great place. They really are very professional and thorough and care.u son had done therapeutic riding before. Those experiences were basically being walked in a...”
“Great place. They really are very professional and thorough and care.u son had done therapeutic riding before. Those experiences were basically being walked in a circle. These folks had my son groom the hose, put the saddle on and teach him. Great!”