Welcome to Manx Equitherapy

Equine Assisted Learning and Personal Development 

About us

Find out more about us and what we have to offer!

Manx Equitherapy is a not-for-profit charitable organisation with a mission of providing personal growth and change through a variety of social and therapeutic services. Manx Equitherapy provides a safe and fun environment in which participants can broaden their experience and develop their self-knowledge. Our most important values include respect for all, the courage to try new things without judging the outcome, personal growth and learning. We use a variety of equine assisted approaches tailored to the participant through which they interact with the horse in a unique way enabling their goals to be met more swiftly and efficiently than through using more traditional methods. 

The family team at Manx Equitherapy have a depth and breadth of knowledge about human and horse psychology and bringing the two species together in a unique connection, the team are able to provide insight and enlightenment giving a new approach to learning and a safe space to reconnect and re-balance.

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Why Horses?

Horses are dynamic, kind, extremely sensitive and powerful beings. They are a herd animal and are naturally inquisitive. Within their herd they have a hierarchy and each horse knows their place in the group. Like us, they enjoy each others company and can feel vulnerable and frightened if they feel alone.

Although they are a prey animal, their size , presence and power make them naturally intimidating, particularly to us humans! For some people, this presents them with a challenge as soon as they start an equine assisted programme- to overcome this fear. Combating the initial issue can be incredibly liberating and helps to boost feelings of confidence and self-esteem. Accomplishing tasks and gaining the trust of horses only continues to reinforce these feelings on empowerment.

What do we offer?

The MET Centre 

Equine Assisted Therapy Programmes 


Personal Development and Training Programmes

Horse-back Riding Programmes