The struggles you are having in your riding are not your fault.
What is holding you back and disconnecting you from your horse is the way riding is taught.
Specifically, 3 BIG myths. I’m sure you have heard these before…
“You’ve got to show him who’s boss.”
“If you were sitting right, with lower heels, a deeper seat, and your shoulders back, your horse would listen.”
“Try harder, tighten your legs, get back on the horse.”
In my upcoming workshop, we are going to separate fact from fiction. Together, we will investigate each of these riding myths, why they’re holding you back, and what to do instead.
Riding is different than any other activity, because in riding we have the opportunity to trust and connect to the horse, a powerful, intuitive, graceful being.
For me, riding is about communication. It is not just about getting the horse to do what we want, but equally about listening to the horse.
Both in my in person teaching as well as through my online courses and programs, I strive to create a positive environment for students and horses, always looking for ways to make learning fun, and incorporate the newest information and research on psychology and behavior.
I look forward to having you join me!