Monthly Group Work Days - February
Free Rein Therapeutic Riding Center
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
4 people are interested
Free Rein Therapeutic Riding is looking for up to 10 volunteers to help with prepping for 2021 Session 1 which would include but not limited to:
- Organize and relabel tack room
- Cleaning arena area
- Sweep and level viewing area
- Cleaning of tack
No horse experience or knowledge of horse industry is needed. These tasks will be completed socially distanced.
NOTE: Volunteers must be at least 14 years and up to volunteers at the barn.
About Free Rein Therapeutic Riding Center
P.O. Box 30893, Spokane, WA 99223, US
Our Mission: Equipping riders for life, through adaptive equine activities, focusing on building strength, independence and freedom. Our Vision: To serve as the regions premier therapeutic riding center with dedication to providing education and improving professionalism in the field of equine assisted activities.
To abandon oneself in the dance with a horse is to touch the infinite.
- Katie Solisti
Through the rhythm, movement, and personality of a horse, a rider gains physical, mental and social benefits.
People of all ages and disabilities can experience the feeling of controlling a horse, using their mind as well as their muscles in new ways, forming a bond with an animal that can go well beyond the activity of riding.
The advantage of a strong therapeutic riding center is having a place for riders, their families, and volunteers to learn and grow as well as build friendships and have a camaraderie with others in a caring and fun atmosphere.