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Joy and humor aid healing on a neurological and physiological level. Laughter increases oxygen to our organs and muscles, and releases the feel-good chemicals into our brains. It can provide a sense of overall well-being and temporary relief of pain. A smile can lower...
It feels like a storm with no water this summer. Challenging conditions rain down yet the grass stays crunchy beneath our feet. The changing winds of the pandemic, the flurry of wildfires, the rustle of page after page of unpleasantness in the newspaper. It is easy to...
Are We There Yet? Riding out this last stretch (we hope) of the pandemic certainly feels similar to the common child call out from the back seat of the car “Are we there yet?” A common answer is “no…and stop kicking your brother (sister, car seat, etc. ). We will be...
“Magic happens behind those barn doors” When a parent writes something like this I can honestly say that I read it more than once and share with whoever will listen. This kind of feedback is the joy that coincides with our challenges. This winter has brought many...
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Natalie has been riding with Janet at Hold Your Horses since she was four years old. Today was another amazing day at the barn as she worked on improving her endurance and strength after her heart surgery last year. Thank you HYH for the enormous impact you have had...
HYH is seeing Phase 2 clients who require minimal supervision for in-person sessions and also providing mental health and occupational therapy through telehealth.
HYH has a brand new store full of fun items featuring every member of our herd (and maybe a cat or two).
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Hold Your Horses is a Minnesota nonprofit dedicated to moving lives forward from trauma and disability with the help of a horse.
Hold Your Horses
5265 Woodland Trail, Loretto, MN 55357, USA