Year in Review

Year in Review

This year, we tried on a new look and feel as an organization. The Center for Equus Coaching (CEC) has a new name and new branding, but at its core, has maintained the same culture, values and people that make the Equus Coaching community so valuable and unique. In...
The Koelle Institute is now The Center for Equus Coaching

The Koelle Institute is now The Center for Equus Coaching

As you may have noticed, the team and I have been creating new experiences to maximize the impact of this work we all love. We’ve worked to build relationships with others in the coaching and horse worlds, offered continuing education courses to expand our skill sets,...
The Value of Adding Equus Coaching to My Life Coaching Business

The Value of Adding Equus Coaching to My Life Coaching Business

International Coaching Federation (ICF) featured blog Read on coachingfederation.org When I first started Equus Coaching, my son was six years old and we often struggled. He acted out and I put a lot of focus on trying to control his behavior. But trying to control...
Q&A with MaryCay Durrant, Master Facilitator

Q&A with MaryCay Durrant, Master Facilitator

What inspired you to become an Equus Coach? Horses literally changed my life. My first equine experience was almost 20 years ago. With the horses, I could let go of old narratives about who I was because I had a safe space to practice a more genuine, authentic...
Meet the Pets!

Meet the Pets!

LD (Little Dog) and LinkOwner: Jennifer Voss, Instructor LD’s primary job is to patrol the house for squirrels, chipmunks, bunnies, birds, or anything else that he can sniff out. He might be little in size, but he is big in persistence. Link is my grand-dog who...