Changing Lives One Ride At A Time

BEAMING Inc.


Phone: 920-851-6160

About Us


BEAMING Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)3

charitable organization based in Neenah,

Wisconsin, and a member of the

Professional Association of Therapeutic

Horsemanship (PATH) International.

Founded in 2004, BEAMING exists to

enhance the quality of life for people with

special needs by developing

relationships between people and

horses.  Since the movement of the

horse closely resembles that of a human,

horseback riding provides riders with a


BEAMING Inc.



Changing lives one ride at a time.



Did You Know:

Horses can perceive minute changes in

people through body language, tone of

voice, and even biochemistry.


Our Mission


To enhance the quality of life for individuals with special needs and their families through developing relationships between clients and horses in a non-threatening, non-judgmental and nurturing environment.

What We Do

BEAMING Inc. believes in the power of therapeutic equine therapy to allow every individual to reach their potential. Our unique equine program has invaluable benefits.

Who We Serve

Riders 4 years of age and up; each is facing a unique challenge. From cerebral palsy, autism, or down syndrome to stroke, spinal and head injuries, blindness, hearing impairments, post traumatic stress, mental and emotional behavioral disorders and more. We are humbled to serve our riders who have a wide range of special needs.

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BEAMING Inc.

2692 County Road GG, Neenah, WI 54956

Office Phone: (920) 851-6160

info@beaminginc.org

www.beaminginc.org



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sensation similar to walking. By involuntarily training their muscles and improving neurological function and balance, participant’s grow skills in coordination and self-assurance while receiving therapeutic muscle stimulation. BEAMING offers therapeutic riding sessions four days per week. We also provide therapeutic riding for special needs students in collaboration with the local School Districts as a recreational outlet to their adaptive physical education program. Finally, we offer lessons specifically for U.S. military veterans through a program known as Horses, Hearts, and Heroes for servicemen and women who may be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or traumatic brain injuries.

Changing Lives One Ride At A Time