Our therapists, equine professionals, and instructors understand the unique therapeutic value of the human-horse bond.
They have chosen to pursue additional training and certification with internationally recognized organizations, the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) and the American Hippotherapy Association (AHA), in order to expand their professional skills and maximize the benefits for the wide variety of clients we serve.
ADAPTIVE RIDING INSTRUCTOR
Beth has more than 20 years of experience working with special needs individuals in schools and therapy programs.
She is a PATH Intl. Certified Adaptive Riding Instructor with many years of experience with horses.
Married with three children (one with autism), Beth is also employed at Hope Lutheran Church as a
Beth is very active in her community working at a special needs ranch and socializing service dogs.
Loryn attended Western Technical College and received her degree as a PTA. She has always had a passion and mindset for wanting to help others live their best lives, and she has found that through physical therapy.
Loryn has been riding horses since she was eight years old and has always had her eyes set on working at Exceptional Equestrians. This job fulfills her dream of working with horses and using her skills to help others.
When Loryn isn't working at EE, she is working at one of her other three jobs, attending barrel races, trail riding with friends, playing with her chocolate lab or enjoying quality time with her husband and family.
According to Loryn, "Working with horses, changing the lives of others and seeing the smiling faces of clients as a reward? I can't think of a better job!"