Do you have the key attributes of a skilled rider?
What are they?
Are some people born with them and others not?
Can they be acquired through dedication and practice?
Through these presentations, you will learn how to “find your flow” and become your own best coach!
Dr Gerd Heuschmann: The skilled rider – learnings and insights from a challenging trip through a rider´s life
Mary Wanless: How to build the identity and behavior of a skilled rider
Dr Sue Dyson: Perspectives on the qualities and characteristics of a skilled rider from both a rider´s and a veterinarians perspectives
Alexis Martin-Vegue: The theoretical knowledge + physical techniques to become a skilled rider
– I really liked the incorporation of anatomy, saddle contribution and presentation of riding skills being a lifelong journey
– I liked how the type of movers were explained – understanding balance and suppleness of a horse depending on its working purpose. Showing how it looks on the horse from outside.
– I really appreciated the wealth of knowledge conveyed in a way that is easy to understand
– I liked everything!
– I really appreciated how the presenters shared some techniques to incorporate into your riding skill as part of the presentations. I liked the bringing responsibility back to the rider and personal awareness and also discussion on fascia lines!
– Loved it head to toe!
– Was fun to have done some practical movements during the presentation.
– Excellent and very thorough. Relatable to everyday riding problems with solutions.