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Tiger Eye, Hickory and little cowgirl MEET

Tiger Eye, Hickory and little cowgirl MEET

Windhorse Relations conducts dozens of M.E.E.T. The Mustangs (mustang educational, experiential teachings) experiences each year at the organization’s two locations: Brighton Meadows Equestrian Center in Salt Lake City in the summer months, and Kayenta Korrals in Ivins, Utah near Zion National Park during the rest of the year.

While all experiences revolve around the theme of creating a willing relationship with the American Wild Horse and maintaining its unbroken spirit and loving nature; they are customized to accommodate a wide range of human needs and interests, including:

  • Leadership and interpersonal skill development for personal and professional settings
  • Inspirational and practical teachings for individuals with PTSD, addictive behaviors, stress and emotional disorders, and physical impairments
  • Spiritual and relationship enhancing encounters for visitors to Kayenta Korrals or vacationers at nearby resorts such as Red Mountain Spa or Green Valley Spa
  • Horsemanship skills for both children and adults
  • Transforming conflicted family dynamics into respectful interactions
  • The opportunity to hug the biggest heart you will ever know!

    Navajo and partner at Warrior Adventure

    Navajo and partner at Warrior Adventure

Windhorse Relations Adventure Participants

When the human heart meets the wild horse in love and understanding, the teachings circle back to transform and empower the human spirit. The universality of this truth has resonated for corporate titans to autistic children and all the groups in between who have spent time with the Windhorse Mustang Herd.

Windhorse Relations partners with a myriad of groups that benefit from its unique approach and its invaluable, lasting teachings.

Examples of specific groups who participate in Windhorse programs include:

  • SPLORE – a Utah organization that provides outdoor activities to special needs children
  • Treatment groups for Veterans with post-traumatic stress syndrome
  • Rising American Indian Nations (RAIN)
  • Members of the Ute Tribe

    Dixie and Topaz heart hug

    Dixie and Topaz heart hug

  • Public and Private School groups
  • AXIALENT – a group of international corporate coaches
  • The Bridge – a healing organization for those suffering from debilitating injuries, illness and pain
  • Programs for at-risk youth
  • Treatment programs for individuals with addictive behaviors
  • Erin Kimball Foundation domestic violence program
  • Puakanti Wellness Center
  • Resorts offering personal development and connection to nature
  • Zions Way – Hospice Retreat
  • Mediators, attorneys, social workers, probation officers
  • Autistic Children
  • Children Fearful of animals

    Topaz and Linda at Adventure

    Topaz and Linda at Adventure

  • Women in Prison
  • Breast Cancer Survivors
  • Couples seeking peaceful, intimate communications
  • Families in Crisis
  • Brannigan Consultant Retreat

 

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