Mandala World Global Equestrian Academy (MWGEA) new teaching system is a neuroeducation teaching methodology called Brain Targeted Teaching™ (BTT). This teaching method is applied to equestrian related subjects and is presented in relation to horses in an environment that is harmonious with nature. Equestrian courses offer the students the opportunity to learn skills in caring, maintenance of equines, horsemanship, horse anatomy and horse welfare. Students who enroll into the equine courses will develop essential life skills about equines such as: patience, empathy, compassion, discipline, care-taking, understanding, self-control, dedication and etc. Mandala World Global Equestrian Academy teaching philosophy designates Six Brain Targets for student learning process and for student education mastery.
MANDALA WORLD GLOBAL EQUESTRIAN ACADEMY
Mandala World Global Equestrian Academy offers an advanced educational program for the well-rounded development of students (K-12). As an educational institution, we look at the holistic approach to educating students utilizing the methodology of the Brain Targeted Teaching™ (BTT). Brain-Targeted Teaching™(BTT) takes into consideration the emotional aspect of a student, as well as their physical surroundings to bring about a more meaningful educational experience.
Mandala World Global Equestrian Academy: Discipline and Dedication
Mandala World Global Equestrian Academy (MWGEA) Courses
Mandala World Global Equestrian Academy is more than simply learning about equine. Students will learn nutrition, equine care, equine fitness and will have the opportunity to apply hands-on experiences with horses. Hands-on experiences will empower students with mastery of equestrian subjects.
Mandala World Global Equestrian Academy methodology focuses on the importance of the students’ emotional and environmental wellbeing such as:
- Empowering students to develop social boundary skills
- Understanding the importance of distress tolerance
- Improving emotional and social awareness
- Promoting independence
- Aiding with emotional control
- Boosting confidence and self-esteem
- Enhancing focusing abilities
- Perfecting communication skills
- Assisting with overcoming aggression
- Helping with identifying and coping with feelings
- Promoting communication and interpersonal skills
- Achieving skills in overcoming fears
- Developing skills in building trust
Equine teaches students to trust, to respect, to be responsible and to be accountable. Horses mirror emotions in which trained therapists can come up with strategic plans to help students balance their emotional self. The horses take on the role of a large biofeedback machine and provides students and instructors important insights for achieving goals in working towards self-improvement. Horses and humans share similar pelvic movement patterns, so a person riding a horse receives a simulated walking experience with the horse movement. Often the rider can receive up to 160 bilateral, symmetrical and rhythmical impacts in just one minute providing a biofeedback opportunity for the neuromuscular system (brain, nerves and muscles).
Mandala World Global Equestrian Academy goal is to empower students to change their educational destiny. MWGA will continue developing its advanced neuro-science curricula and equine research regarding students emotional climate, physical environment, designing the learning experience, teaching students for mastery, teaching students for application and evaluating students’ learning.