• Looking for life - Or the importance of free exploration in nature

    Austin was a little autistic boy, he was very clever.

    Each time he came to the center, he would devote his entire time to looking for insects under every log he could lift with his little arms.
  • Scub: Help Ma bring her sexy back ! Week 1

    Here is an example of a Horse Boy Method activity prepared for Scub.

    Scub beloved Horse Betsy passed away two years ago. Since then he hasn’t really ridden other horses and we wanted to plan a fun way to reintroduce new horses to Scub.

  • Scub: Help Ma bring her sexy back ! Week 2

    Week 2:

    By the second week Scub said “ Let’s go get Ma!”

    He walked over to her field, walked her over to the tack room and took her riding arena.

  • The art of joyful exploration

    John Medina, a world class molecular biologist writes in his bestselling book ‘Brain Rules’ that if we look back at our evolutionary history we will see that the human brain evolved to (1) solve problems (2) related to survival (3) in an unstable outdoor environment, and (4) to do so in nearly constant motion.