HRF

 

Horse Rhythm Foundation's

April 23rd, 2016

3rd Annual
We Believe Gala
With Silent and Live Auctions

Social Hour begins at 5:30 PM and Presentation of Colors at 6:30 PM with Dinner at6:45 PM

More information coming soon!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mission Statement

Through HRF’s educational center provide equine assisted therapy to veterans and first responders.  HRF works with individuals and/or groups utilizing experiential therapy, thereby allowing the interactions between the client and horse to facilitate emotional and physical healing.

Goals:  The ultimate goal of HRF is through the use of educational tools, equine therapy, and self-awareness enable our clients to develop self-sufficiency skills; such as accountability, responsibility, self-confidence, problem-solving, and self-control.

 

 

Welcome to HorseRhythm.org

HRF’s programs help active military, veterans, and first responders find their transition into healing using equine assisted services, ultimately supporting them and giving them back freedom and independence.

Research shows wounded warriors, who participated in equine-assisted activities, can experience physical, emotional, and psychological rewards.

Participants with impaired mobility experience increased balance, muscle control, and strength.

Riding and equine interaction motivates participants with learning or intellectual impairments (traumatic Brain Injury-TBI), and helps to increase concentration, calmness, and independence.

The key to the success of these programs is done through partnerships with supportive military related organizations and communities. They serve as horse leaders, side-walkers, morale boosters and program volunteers.

Our programs, through utilizing equine assisted psychotherapy/learning, therapeutic riding, and equine driving facilitated learning, allow us to help our military, and first responder personnel find their transition into healing.

Changes are coming!

Please be aware that we are currently in the process of some major changes. HRF will soon be operating as Warrior Institute of Neurowellness (W.I.N.) and will have a new web site -- AZWIN.ORG. For more information regarding this change please contact sahika@horserhythm.org. We appreciate your patience while we work to make these exciting changes.