Through workshops and retreats in team building and skills development for organizations of all kinds, Berkshire HorseWorks offers the tools to cope, heal, compete, challenge, communicate, lead, empathize and thrive in today’s stressful world. We bring the amazingly powerful modality of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Equine Assisted Learning to the community to help augment, in a new way, the wellness and vitality of one’s own heart, the heart and soul of others, and the heart of our vibrant workforce.
The Derby Gala! : July 14, 2018
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New Activities for Families and Groups
Team Building *NEW!*
Yoga on the Farm
Hiking with Horses
Trail Ride Experiences
Pony Paint Parties *NEW!*
Book Now and we will donate one session to an at-risk child or family!
Hello! I’m Rose Battista, a new volunteer at Berkshire Horseworks from Miss Hall’s School. I plan on writing blogs on recent discoveries about mental health ,development and teambuilding in hopes we at BHW can be of some help. Social, verbal and physical bullying throughout elementary,
Heart pounding, inability to breathe, sweating, stomach aches, sound familiar? I hate anxiety and I have been SO anxious lately, what is going on!? After taking to the internet for some answers it seems I am not the only one with heightened anxiety these days.
Berkshire HorseWorks, and its founder Hayley Sumner, were recently featured in The Berkshire Eagle. The article discussed BHW’s mission, and raised awareness of equine-assisted therapy programs. Please support BHW and The Berkshire Eagle by reading the full article here https://www.berkshireeagle.com/stories/berkshire-horseworks-therapy-no-couch-needed-just-a-saddle,544645
BHW’s annual event, “The Derby Gala”, was recently featured by The Berkshire Edge. You can read the article here https://theberkshireedge.com/berkshire-horseworks-gala-the-derby-to-benefit-equine-assisted-therapy-programs/
Miss Hall’s School students, Anna Kim and Tiffany Luu will host “Girls Aloud! Advocating Girls Empowerment,” from 12:30 to 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 29, at The Barn at the Egremont Village Inn, 17 South Main Street in Egremont. Proceeds from the show will benefit
We here at Berkshire HorseWorks are starting to get out equines back into shape after they had a few months off due to the weather and our move! We are seeking one or two experienced riders (must be at least intermediate level) to help us
“Thank you so much once again for such an amazing time! It was so special to me and Jenny that we got to do this. When you asked if this weekend was for anything special I couldn’t say it at the time but this was actually the weekend that I proposed to Jenny. Getting to know and ride both Gunner and Dubs was the second best part of our trip” -Jared Jenevein
“Lori had a wonderful time playing with the mini donks today! I don’t know how to thank you enough for doing this for her. It means so much to her and improves her life so greatly to be with the animals. Lori asked me to thank you for her since she couldn’t do it in person herself. By the way, she was ecstatic all the way home”