Two Hearts One Language Foundation
- Equestrian Center
- Horse farm
- Team Building
By participating in various activities with the horses, participants learn about themselves, their thoughts, behaviors, and relationship patterns. Horses communicate with humans and other horses primarily through their body language. A person's body language affects the horse's behavior thus changing the horse's body language. Participants are given an immediate response to their actions, because horses act as their mirrors reflecting their true selves. Once presented with their true personal attributes, they are able to compare the experience to other personal situations and relationships.
Horses are social animals, and, like humans, have individual personality traits and attitudes that define their role in the herd. Also, nature has established horses as the hunted and humans as the hunters, or predators; therefore horses need us to be clear, consistent and confident leaders that they can trust to protect them and always keep them safe. Participants are taught to interact with horses in the clear and honest language that exudes confidence, calmness, assertiveness, and responsibility. If people change themselves for the better, horses change and respond in a positive way. They choose to be with us as we choose to move past our dysfunction and past traumas and continue forward in our lives.
Whom to Contact
- Christine DavisVolunteerPhone: (704) 591-0227
- Carole HartBoard MemberPhone: (704) 302-7813
- Janie SmithFounderPhone: (704) 591-0227