Human Horse Harmony

Welcome to Rogerstown House


Human Horse Harmony is run by Yvonne Monahan an Advanced instructor in Equine Facilitated Experiential Learning

Interacting with horses has many powerful benefits for all aspects of living a fulfilled life be it in the corporate sector, family life or personal development:
  • Unleash your potential for excellence
  • Improve collaboration, communication skills and ease of connectivity
  • Expand innovative thinking and creativity
  • Encourage resilience when faced with stressful or challenging situations
  • Boost your confidence and self-esteem

Personal Development:

For finding and living your True Potential.

“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.” ~ Sir Winston Churchill



Sourcing the benefits of positive living and a stress free life.

“In today’s rush we all think too much, seek too much, want too much and forget about the joy of just Being.” ~ Eckhart Tolle.



Discover how to be a dynamic leader in the 21st century.

“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy



Explore the benefits of a fully integrated and functional team.

“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself”. ~ Henry Ford

Latest News


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  This time will be spent in Nature and with horses. It will be an innovative way to take the journey with Mary and Joseph to the stable in Bethlehem…

October Discovery Day

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This Discovery Day is a good opportunity to ask yourself; are-you-living-joyfully ? Click the link for the Flyer


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Just returned from the 2nd week of the Now program in Somerset UK. It was very enlightening and so brilliantly facilitated by Rosie Withey. A lot to think about and…

Summer School

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I came across Yvonne and Equine Facilitated Experiential Learning while tutoring a child with autism. I was unsure of what to expect and the child I was working with was…