Allie Peck has been riding and working with horses for 18 years. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor's degree in Equine Studies: Industry & Management in 2020. During her time at UNH she completed a 9 month course in the Principles of Teaching Horsemanship. She is the assistant trainer and one of the Beginner instructors here at Honey Brook Stables.
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Lisa Pulliam helps individuals, families, and groups embrace the growth process by providing traditional as well as equine-assisted coaching and learning opportunities from a trauma-informed perspective.
As a passionate educator and seasoned life coach, Lisa equips her clients with practical skills to navigate through anxiety, fear, insecurity, hurt, shame, mental blocks, leadership weaknesses, and relational conflict as she simplifies the brain-body-relationship connection that shapes mindset and habits. Her goal is to see her clients become resilient in the face of challenges and uncover the life they were made to live.
Lisa is a certified Natural Lifemanship Trauma-Informed Equine-Assisted Coach and Equine Specialist, Life Breakthrough Coach, Highlands Ability Battery Consultant, and is currently pursuing a Masters in Clinical Counseling with a Trauma concentration from Eastern University.
Kristina Runyeon has been riding horses for over 20 years. Her passion for horses started when she had her first riding lesson for her 8th birthday party. Since then, she has trained and competed in hunters, equitation, jumpers, and dressage. She spent several years successfully competing along the east coast and on the Arabian circuit.
Kristina teaches elementary special education full-time and teaches riding lessons part-time. Using her experience as a schoolteacher, she individualizes instruction and utilizes strategies that work for each student. She takes the time to get to know each student, their strengths, and their goals. In addition to teaching, Kristina is also passionate about continuing her own education through taking riding lessons regularly and attending clinics. Professionally, she received her bachelor’s in pre-k through 4th grade education and pre-k through 8th grade special education in 2014. She is currently enrolled in graduate school for her master’s in education.
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