ART AND EQUINE THERAPY
A unique approach that supports personal exploration through creative practice that has the horse-human-nature connection as its foundation.
What We Do
By appointment only
Equine Therapy is an interaction between horses and people designed to promote experiential learning in a safe, supervised space.
Art Therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses the creative process of making art to improve a person’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
Eco Therapy on more than 150 acres of bushland and pasture, orchard, nature trails and wildlife. We can offer immersion sessions in nature – with or without a horse or art experience.
We are one of the longest standing Equine Therapy facilities (established 2005) in the Yarra Valley.
We work with children and adults and provide sessions for NDIS and private clients.
Who we are
Wedgetail Equine and Art Therapy is a diverse horse facility located on 150 acres in the beautiful Yarra Valley. We specialise in creating beautiful and conscious connections between people and horses based on the principles of natural horsemanship.
Our horses provide people of all abilities with the opportunity to experience, learn and heal with horses – all in a natural environment.
Wedgetail Equine and Art Therapy is owned by Kim Wren.
- Meet Kim at the Source Disability Expo 1&2 May 2021Meet Kim and find out more about how the Wedgetail Rides Art, Equine and Eco therapy sessions can be of value to you and/or your child. Kim, together with the Australian Equine Facilitated Learning team, will be exhibiting all weekendContinue reading “Meet Kim at the Source Disability Expo 1&2 May 2021”
- New video – all about Equine TherapyHear from Kim Wren of Wedgetail Rides about what makes Equine Therapy so effective and why her herd is so special. We have two wonderful videos to share with you! Enjoy.
- Horses and People article – On Horse TimeWedgetail Rides feels very honoured to be featured in a special article ‘On Horse Time’ in the December/January issue of Horses and People! The magazine is out now and is full of wonderful information. For more info see here. To readContinue reading “Horses and People article – On Horse Time”