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Riding Beyond’s September sessions open for registration

Riding Beyond is a Rogue Valley nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide free interactions with specially trained horses to breast cancer survivors.
August 16, 2023

Free interactions with specially trained horses available for breast cancer survivors

Ashland.news staff report

Riding Beyond, a Rogue Valley nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide free interactions with specially trained horses to breast cancer survivors, has several openings during September, according to a news release.

You can view a nine-minute video about Riding Beyond’s services at ridingbeyond.org. The website contains a wealth of information from the standpoint of volunteers and participants, including research.

Four weekly three-hour sessions, held either Tuesdays or Wednesdays, start at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5 at Little Creek Ranch, 2900 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland.

For more information or to register, visit ridingbeyond.org/participating, call 541-482-6210, or email Trish Broersma at ridingbeyond@gmail.com.

In the course of a year, Riding Beyond offers free spring and fall four-week sessions to breast cancer survivors, Saturday monthly sessions May through September for the general public, and weekly meditation circles with horses to the general public throughout the year

Source: Riding Beyond news release. Email Ashland.news at news@ashland.news.

Riding Beyond is a Rogue Valley nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide free interactions with specially trained horses to breast cancer survivors.
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