Find A Deeper Connection When Riding Your Horse
As a female horse rider over 40, your body can't do what it used to do.
Are you experiencing any of these:
Lack Of Confidence
Not Feeling Balanced In The Saddle
Feeling Disconnected From Your Horse
Join the Riding To Connect Program! You can choose the option that works best for you.
This Is For You If You Want To...
Here is what you will get:
Breathing, Centering, Balance, Soft Eyes – become more balanced and safer in the saddle.
Get in sync with your horse’s movement for a subtle communication with your seat. You won’t need your reins as much.
Become a well-balanced rider that your horse enjoys carrying.
Get your horse into a good balance to keep him happy and healthy.
Find a soft contact with your horse’s mouth that creates real connection between the two of you.
Improve your horse’s self-carriage for more ease and beauty in your riding.
Bronze topics PLUS:
Only with a consistent rhythm of your and your horse's movement will both of you be able to relax and find a swinging gait.
Too tense? Too loose? - A common struggle for riders. You will learn how to find the correct balance between relaxation and positive tension by learning to use your core. You will also learn how to help your horse relax and find positive engagement of his topline.
You will learn about correct lateral work, which is a key ingredient for symmetry and balance.
You will be working on a soft, steady contact to the horse's mouth where you feel this subtle, precious connection to the horse, and understand what it really means when the horse is "on the bit".
This should be in every rider's tool kit!
Cavaletti (ground pole) work is an amazing "workout" for your horse. And a ton of fun for horse and rider!
In this last step of this program, we are going to work on collection, meaning true self-carriage.
Bronze and Bronze & Silver topics PLUS:
Learn how to feel the energy from the hind, how it’s going through the horse, where it’s getting stuck, and what to do about it.
Where does your horse bend well, too little, too much? What’s the difference between Flexion and Bending? Improve your horse’s flexibility and strength.
Canter is different to the other gaits. It’s asymmetrical and usually more energetic. It can be intimidating. Make canter part of your riding in an enjoyable way.
What does your horse’s shoulder do? Where are the hind feet going? Learn how to “talk to” your horse’s body parts to get them into alignment, and good balance, so that they are harmoniously working together for healthy biomechanics.
What exactly does a soft contact feel like? What head-neck position should your horse be in to move in a healthy way? What can you do with your hands to improve contact and self-carriage? And what should you not do?
This last topic brings everything together towards the ultimate goal: unity between you and your horse. Learn how to use every moment of your ride to set yourself up for harmony and balance.
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