Instructor Blog on industry hot topics, instructor development, teaching theory, and more!
Instructor Chats that are live-stream videos giving quality tips and information on various topics that apply to adaptive riding instructors.
Resources and Links page that includes some of our top recommendations for books, arena games, disability information, equine management, and external resources.
Newsletterthat gives you a quick summary of the top information HF&FF has recently shared.
Professional Services that are Affordable and Accessible
We offer a wide variety of services that have been geared specifically for the busy adaptive riding instructor and centers:
The Intuitive Instructor Club is an online educational membership platform that has hours of videos and presentations on all things relating to Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies
1:1 Instructor Development & Coaching that challenges you to grow and refine your teaching methods, student interactions, and equine management to provide topnotch lessons to your students of every ability.
Mentoring & Supervised Teaching Hours for those individuals working towards therapeutic riding instructor certifications. We have a tried and true method that has been honed over the past decade that sets you up for success and less stress during the certification process.
Clinics offered at your barn our ours covering teaching methodology of students with disabilities, formal instruction techniques, skill progression, equine management, arena safety, and much more.
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through SAFE, QUALITY, and PROFESSIONAL adaptive equine activities.
Hoof Falls & Footfalls was founded to provide high quality and professional education, resources, and coaching for Instructors that teach adaptive equine activities to students with physical, cognitive, and emotional diagnoses.