With the emphasis on you, learn how to use Biomechanics to maintain a safe and secure riding position when riding outside on uneven footing; and when riding up and down hills. Kelly will explain how to use Biomechanics to easily do lateral movements across the trail, and how transitions can improve your horse’s balance.
Learn to use the natural impulsion of the trail—point-to-point—to motivate your horse. Or if your horse has too much go, learn what to do in your body Biomechanically to relax both of you. The workshop will help you develop your confidence, and your horse’s in open spaces and on the trail.
This workshop is open to anyone who wants to have better balance, a deeper seat and a more effective riding position. You do not need to be studying Natural Horsemanship to benefit from this workshop, but would be helpful if you have an understanding of the principles.
Cost: $200 including day stall for your horse, with hay and shavings. You are responsible to maintain and strip your stall. Turn out may be available, but not guaranteed.
Overnight accommodations: $30 per person per day of a shared bunkroom or camping/camper/trailer.
Overnight horse accommodations: $30 per horse per night.
Special Rate: Combine lesson with workshop: