Easter fun on the farm.

Easter fun and frolics down on the therapy farm in Woodford Halse

Spring has definitely sprung in Woodford Halse.

Friday, 2nd April 2021, 8:46 am
Updated Friday, 2nd April 2021, 8:48 am

There's been plenty of Easter fun and frolics at Stable Mates Therapy.

The business, for adults and children, is run by Kate Kee, who took these beautiful photographs from around the farm.

She said: "Animals help us reconnect with our true instincts.

"The powerful consequences of tapping into this ancient and underestimated skill set are more important in today's world of technology, than they have ever been. The animals give immediate and non-judgmental feedback on how our energy is felt, and clues on how to improve it. The therapy helps deal with everything from anger management to people suffering from depression, anxiety or bereavement. Results show an increase in confidence, self-esteem and positive thinking. At Stable Mates, we predominantly use horses and dogs to aid us work through issues, however a variety of animals are available if appropriate."

For more information, visit www.stablematestherapy.com

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