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Therapeutic horseback riding instructors (TRI) must be able to verbally instruct riders how to ride a horse. They must be able to prepare written lesson plans, goals and objectives for each individual student. TRIs must be able to manage volunteers and equines. TRIs must be able to arrive 1/2 hour prior to each lesson to prepare for lessons and stay 1/2 hour after each lesson to clean up after lessons and write evaluations of each student's lesson. Instructors must also be able to work amicably with lesson volunteers and abide by procedures as prescribed by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International. Prior horse show experience also a plus.
6407 Dana Avenue, Jurupa Valley (formerly Mira Loma), CA 91752, US
We are dedicated to improve the bodies, minds, spirits and quality of life of persons with physical and/or developmental disabilities and/or mental illnesses through equine-assisted activities.
We provide equine-assisted activities and therapies and teach horseback riding to adults and children with special needs. We are a PATH Int'l Premier Accredited Center and we use the EAGALA method of equine-assisted psychotherapy and learning. We have adaptive horseback riding equipment to assist those who have difficulty walking and we have a wheelchair-to-horse lift to help transfer riders to horses.
We'll work with your schedule.
6407 Dana AvenueMira Loma, CA 91752
June 15, 2020