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Alla Hirsch
Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning (FEEL) Practitioner
Advanced FEEL Practitioner
Honors S.S.W. Diploma (Georgian College)

Horses have been a constant source of support and friendship since I was a child.  The idea of working with horses to help people was just the most exciting thing that I could imagine.  I began building my practice in 2009 and became certified as a FEEL(Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning)® Practitioner in 2010 and in June of 2018 have Advanced FEEL Certification, having graduated from the advanced training, to further enhance the spiritual connection experienced by people and horses. 


For the past 40 years I specialized in children's mental health. I have extensive training and expertise in understanding human behaviour and in crisis intervention.  My passion is experiential learning and energy work as a means of discovering the unlimited potential and beauty of people and animals.  My skill is to help people take life a little less seriously, find love and joy both in themselves and others, and to love nature . Along with my work experience, I completed a Social Service Worker diploma from Georgian College.


The horses and I look forward to working with you, your family and friends.  May your life path be enriched!

Beverly (Bev) Sheremeto (she/her)

Volunteer Firefighter, Severn Township

Registered Riding Coach

EAL Developmental Coach

Equine Technology Diploma


Bev will be the first to tell you she has a love for horses that originates from her childhood.  She can recall fond memories of learning to ride a horse through trial and error, of trail rides, and a sense of belonging.  Bev has experienced first hand the quiet calm, honesty, and forgiveness that horses have toward people and how they can help people through adversity. Today, she shares her life with her partner Rob and their two American Quarter Horses, Sheza and Dude, and her newest additions to her horse family, Thunder and Annie. .  


Bev followed her passion for horses, and in 1989, she obtained her diploma in Equine Technology from New Liskeard College. 


Bev has more than 20 years experience in the horse industry including training horses, showing, teaching riding, and developing and co-facilitating workshops on horse trailering safety and as an assistant instructor in large animal rescue with Equine Guelph (University of Guelph). 


In addition to completing the requirements to be a Registered Riding Coach with Equine Canada, Bev obtained her EAL Developmental Coach certification in 2022. In 2023, Bev joined her long-term friend, Alla Hirsch at Horses Are Magic where she is offering individual sessions to youth and adults and collaborating on the development of programs and services for youth and adults with neurodevelopment disorders Bev's program, Wholesome Horsemanship,offers a unique way to connect with the horse as well as self-reflection, prior to riding.

Let Bev introduce you to the many benefits of interacting with horses and nature! 

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