Listings Release - 2021 Tag Sale
With Every Purchase Hug a Donkey and Receive 10% Off Activities Booked Before Labor Day
Richmond, MA, June 2021 – Horse riding gear, athletic clothes, furniture and more will be available for purchase at Berkshire HorseWorks’ annual tag sale. The nonprofit is raising funds for its Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy and Equine-Assisted Learning programs, which benefit at-risk populations around the Berkshires. Veterans, special need individuals, inmates, active-duty service members, frontline healthcare workers, students, families and more come to the 7-acre ranch in Richmond, MA for healing and wellness, as well as fun, engaging activities for the whole family. The tag sale will take place Friday June 25th from 1p.m. to 6p.m. and Saturday June 26th from 9:30a.m. to 2:30p.m. (no early birds please) at 101 Patton Rd in Richmond, MA. To find it, take the entrance off 295, then go to the end of Patton road (a dead end) and make a left up the hill. Look for the horses to know you have arrived.
Everything must go. Shutters, linens, antiques trunks, designer clothes, shoes, Ralph Lauren couches, new leather jackets, wicker, and jewelry. A bake sale will also take place on site, offering cakes, cookies, and lemonade. As a bonus, free with any purchase, guests will be able to pet the donkeys and receive a 10% discount off any Berkshire HorseWorks activity booked before Labor Day.
Berkshire HorseWorks offers a range of activities available to the public. While Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy, Equine-Assisted Team building and Equine-Assisted Life skills development for all ages are central to the BHW mission, additional outdoor activities supplement and support psychotherapeutic programming. Offerings such as Family Team Building, Yoga in the Paddocks, Meditative Hikes with Horses, Free-Range Donkey Play, birthday parties, picnics with wine/beer and exclusive Trail Ride experiences are available. Despite COVID, and closures of various establishments, we have stayed open as a COVID clean facility, helping the community and look forward to continuing to do so. All services integrating horses in mounted and non-mounted activities are open to the public on a sliding scale and are booked by appointment only.
Berkshire HorseWorks, Inc.
101 Patton Road,
Richmond, MA 01254
Berkshire HorseWorks’ programs offer the tools to cope, heal, compete, challenge, communicate, lead, empathize and thrive in today’s world. BHW brings the powerful EAGALA Model of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) and Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) 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 a vibrant workforce.
Hayley Sumner, Owner Berkshire HorseWorks - Equine Therapy in Massachusetts
Founded in late summer 2013 by Hayley Sumner, a NY/CA transplant and cancer survivor, Berkshire HorseWorks operates out of a 7 acre ranch located at 101 Patton Road, in Richmond Massachusetts, with hiking trails, outdoor paddocks, a vernal spring and sun patio, walking meditation trails and quiet reading hamlets.
Highly effective, evidence-based, and experiential, EAP and EAL are offered seven days a week through individual sessions, workshops and retreats with EAGALA Certified professionals. The Model has a diverse application from helping in the healing process of the children, families and first responders affected by the Newtown tragedy, to assisting military personnel and veterans with PTSD reintegrate into society, to cultivating empathy in Fortune 500 companies, motivating an organization’s sales force or even teaching anti-bullying techniques in schools.
Having owned a public relations firm for more than 20 years, Sumner recognized the importance of investing in and supporting her associates in their personal growth. “We would go on rafting trips to Costa Rica to help us all develop a sense of trust and teamwork. They became great leaders and listeners. Had I known about horses at that time I might have traded in the rafts for hooves. We can work on just about anything in the arena that one would do in boardroom trainings or on a therapist’s couch. Bringing it to life allows for hands-on metaphorical learning that is very powerful for staff development, employee retention and overall wellness,” states Sumner, an EAGALA Certified Equine Specialist for 9 years.
This is not a riding or horsemanship program: all legs are on the ground, human and horse side by side, ready to learn. The emphasis is on non-mounted activities which incorporate horses and require individuals or groups to discover and apply certain skills. Participants learn about themselves and others by connecting with the horses and then observing and discussing the team dynamics, behaviors, and patterns that arise. What happens in the arena is often a metaphor for one’s life, family or group interaction.
“My hope when starting this business was to be able to help organizations and our community concurrently. If we can offer a new way for people to honestly examine themselves and their impact on team dynamics while facilitating change through effective communication, increased problem solving and creative thinking, then that will lead to more productive and healthier relationships all around,” said Sumner, Founder and Executive Director of Berkshire HorseWorks.
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