Wild Horse Yoga

Each member of the Wild Heart herd has much to teach us about heart connections and living life in the present moment. Through their own traumas and willingness to forgive humans, each horse has something to share. The horses resonate with those who visit the sanctuary on many levels. We are not open to the public on a daily basis, but do offer a variety of experiences where you can tap into the wisdom of the wild ones. 

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During the summer, Wild Heart Sanctuary hosts several yoga classes with some of Park City's favorite yoga teachers. Sign up for our newsletter below to get dates, times, instructors and RSVP details. Click here to see our current schedule.

Experience the heart connections of the Wild Heart herd up close! The horses energetically communicate through the earth and love to make connections with our yoga tribe. If possible, use a blanket for our classes to get the full heart experience. When traditional mats disturb her work, Noble Moon has been known to rip the mats out from under those with whom she wants to work!

See what you missed in our Horse Journey Yoga photo gallery.

From time to time, Wild Heart Sanctuary hosts workshops for small groups interested in engaging with the Wild Heart herd and various spiritual guides. Past retreats have included full moon gatherings, one-day horse heart connections, shaman encounters and more.

We are offering one or two retreats later this summer that you won't want to miss! We are currently working out the dates and details. The groups are small so sign up for our newsletter in the form below to receive workshop and registration details.

Holistic Equine Care

Wild Heart Sanctuary founder Sonya Richins is a certified and highly experienced holistic equine care provider and teacher. The Wild Heart herd is cared for with many organic practices.

In the near future, a holistic equine care course will be offered, including topics such as working with essential oils, heart vibrations, and meridians and chakras. Let us know you're interested by contacting us on contact page.

If you own or care for horses, this is a course that will give you in-depth knowledge of holistic equine practices.

Scheduling a Visit to Wild Heart Sanctuary

We occasionally welcome guests who want to see the eight wild Mustangs who were rescued and are now living a peaceful and safe life at Wild Heart Sanctuary. Offering sanctuary as well as being advocates for the wild horses in captivity and those still allowed to run wild is our primary mission.

We reserve time first for paid sessions and events throughout the month for those who seek to connect to the heart wisdom of the Wild Heart Infinity herd. We allow only a few additional guests to visit each month due to our limited resources and the energy it takes for the horses to interact with people.


For one hour visits, a minimum donation of $50 per person is required either in advance of the visit or upon your arrival. For a full equine therapy session with Sonya and the horses, please inquire about the rate using the Contact page form.

Your donation will show as reinfree.org on your credit card.

You may also donate by sending a check payable to Reinfree.org. PO Box 332, Park City, UT 84060

Wild Heart Sanctuary is a registered 501(c)3 and exists primarily through donations.

If you are unable to make a donation, please consider volunteering, offering an in-kind donation or providing something on our wish list

Preparing for Your Visit with the Wild Heart Infinity Herd

Please prepare for your experience by reviewing and signing our Release Form. 


Make sure to wear close-toed shoes and bring water. You will want to make sure to also drink plenty of water after your visit. Leave your cell phone in your car--the horses are sensitive to cellular activity and it may decrease their willingness to approach. Food is also prohibited around the horses.


Directions will be provided once a visit is scheduled. Please park in front of the barn (to the right of the house) and wait for Sonya to meet you. Do not enter the barn alone. Although they are in sanctuary, these are still wild animals.


Then, experience the grace, beauty and heart wisdom of the Wild Heart Infinity herd. You'll learn their stories, hear about the plight of the wild horses currently in held captive in deplorable conditions and what you can do to help protect the remaining horses in the wild.