Multi-Award Winning Leicestershire Equine Facility that Helps Individuals to Survive, Strive and Succeed.

The Way of the Horse is a not for profit social enterprise Equine facilitated learning company that has developed self-help programs for children and adults who have suffered emotional trauma with the assistance of our sentient friend ‘The Horse’.

Achieving Self Fulfillment

We take you on a journey to self-discovery, connecting your mind and body with nature. As a result, you find new methods to achieve self-fulfillment and generating a passion for growing from within. We do this in partnership with our team of nurturing horses, which allow you to look deep inside yourself for a way forward.

Dina Shale, Founder, Director and Master Instructor


The Founder and driving force behind this amazing organisation, Dina is the highest qualified Medicine Horseway Instructor in the midlands.  She has been featured on BBC & Daily Mail for her outstanding contribution in Mental Health & Trauma Healing. With the perfect combination of personal experience and relevant professional qualifications, Dina can read early onset of mental health conditions in vulnerable individuals. Dina has been developing and delivering interventions across Leicestershire for the past 4 years and has successfully delivered for 100’s of clients.

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We pride ourselves on the results we deliver and know how effective the equine techniques are.

Often, people take life for granted, take themselves for granted – we allow you as an individual to reconnect with yourself, learning sustainable methods to keep you on the right track for life. For more information, please get in touch with our team.

Dina also offers a masterclass in trauma healing through virtual sessions.

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East Midlands Women Awards

The East Midlands Women’s Awards celebrates the regional contribution of women across Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, and Northamptonshire. The purpose of these Awards is

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