Therapeutic Horse Riding is a global term that encompasses all horse-related activities for people with disabilities. Historically, the therapeutic benefits of the horse were recognized as early as 460 BC and have been recognized as physically, psychologically, socially, and educationally beneficial.
Some of the benefits of Therapeutic Horse Riding are an improvement in physical health, relaxation of tight muscles, an increase in balance, building of muscle strength, mobilization of trunk and pelvis, sharpening of hand/eye coordination, improvement in social skills, and a gain of sense of control and self-confidence as the rider experiences a freedom which has often never been felt before.
At TROtt we offer 3 main types of program with the opportunity to tailor classes to the individual needs of the riders. The most suitable program is chosen after the completion of an assessment and trial period.