socially intelligent leadership
equine facilitated learning
Why Horse Sense?
Horses are highly social creatures.
They combine a deep awareness of self and others,
with heartfelt strength and courage.
As people, there’s a lot we can learn from their way of being,
and they have a lot to teach us when we spend time in their presence.
All of their lessons, now more than ever
being backed by quality research and science,
are completely transferable to our human relationships.
We could all use to develop a little more horse sense in life and business.
Horse Sense is emotional agility, healthy expressions of power,
mindfulness, discernment and resilience.
The Horse Sense Advantage allows us to fine tune communication,
effectively navigate challenging situations,
and have the courage to make change.
Through interactive presentations, workshops and coaching,
develop your Horse Sense to improve
personal and professional relationships.
True Presence Horse Sense is your
gym to build emotional and social fitness.
Experience this at your home, in your community or at your place of business.
Want some Horse Sense straight from the source?
Come to our farm in beautiful Muskoka North to enhance your learning
through safe, non-riding horse activities.
What makes us different?
We are more than buzz words and popular themes.
True Presence Horse Sense approaches coaching and facilitation with
unique perspectives, innovative twists and
an authentic drive to connect with who you are.
Carmen has studied directly with Linda Kohanov to become an
Advanced Eponaquest Instructor, one of only a few in Canada.
Combining the Eponaquest model with her own
extensive horse experience and entrepreneurial background,
she brings her distinctive approach directly to you.
Furthermore, we are committed and accountable to working with horses as partners.
They are never seen as tools, and we always treat them with respect.
Discover how you, your team or the entire organization
can create a more cohesive atmosphere, become more effective, and ultimately increase the bottom line
by bringing in some Horse Sense.