National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
In recent times, it has been clinically documented that just being around horses changes the brain wave patterns of humans in a positive way. We are able to be calmer, more present and focused when we are around horses.
Horses give us feedback without filters. Their only agenda is safety. A person who is consistent, respectful, congruent, compassionate, purposeful, honest, responsible, confident and able to communicate effectively – both in expressing and listening, is considered by a horse to be safe. Horses are non judgemental and will show us what we need to know and learn to develop these qualities. In fact, these are the very same qualities that humans look for in colleagues, leaders, peers and personal relationships.